ATV Launched

Suzuki ATVs launched in India at Superbike Festival

Suzuki Ozark 250

Launch of Suzuki ATVs took place at the India Superbike Festival held at Amanora Park Town in Pune.

Japanese manufacturer Suzuki’s Indian arm, Suzuki Motorcycle India ventured into the All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) segment with two models Suzuki Ozark 250 and Quadsport Z400.

India Superbike Festival held at Amanora Park Town in Pune this past weekend saw Suzuki Motorcycle India launch two ATVs. Suzuki Ozark 250 is priced at INR 5.45 lakhs, while the Suzuki Quadsport Z400 is priced at INR 8.5 lakh – ex-showroom Delhi. Sales will be conducted through company authorized dealers in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata, Jodhpur and Hyderabad.

Suzuki Ozark 250 (image above) is ideal for leisure activities. It boasts of standard features with automatic clutch and high ground clearance. The vehicle weighs 194 kgs and is powered by a 245cc four stroke, air cooled engine mated to a 5 speed transmission. Performance is at its peak while design speaks of a contemporary styling promising low maintenance.

Suzuki Quadsport Z400 is best suited for high performance off-roading activities. It is powered by a 398cc four stroke liquid cooled engine mated to a 5 speed transmission. Total weight is at 193 kgs while ground clearance is at 265mm. Disc brakes, sporty chassis, smooth power output and good throttle response are hits highlights as it borrows state of the art technology from Suzuki’s superbike range.

Both Suzuki Ozark 250 and Quadsport Z400 ATVs will compete against the ATV lineup from Polaris while since ATVs are not road legal in India as on date, the vehicles will be exclusively for private use only.

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Pearl Daniels

Pearl Daniels

Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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