The 750AXi features four wheel independent suspension that delivers a crisp, comfortable, sporty ride. The Suzuki isn't quite as plush as some of the other big bore competitors on the market, but it also doesn't have the tendency to wallow like those machines when ridden aggressively. If you're going to buy a King Quad, save your pennies to buy the Power Steering model. Before Electric Power Steering became available back in 2009, King Quads earned a reputation for being easy, but completely unpredictable to steer over rough terrain. The EPS reduces steering effort, minimizes rider fatigue, and fixes all the steering gremlins that previously hurt its reputation. Unlike other EPS systems, Suzuki's is very conservative. The EPS assist remains nearly invisible until the front wheels impact a trail obstacle. After some of the logs and giant rocks I hammered, there is no question that the same ride on a non-EPS model would have ended quite differently.