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I have battery issues. The battery on my king Quad does not last. I am on my fourth battery. I use a battery tender for the winter but just letting the machine sit for a month will run the battery down. I have had several Yamaha's with out any thing like this happening. Is this a problem with the King Qad or with all Suzukis?

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Its the King Quad. I have the same problem. Don't expect Suzuki to do anything about it once the warranty is up. They are terrible. I used to love Suzuki, but will never buy one again.

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