July 16, 2012

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Suzuki recently announced the addition of the Ozark 250 utility ATV to the 2013 Suzuki lineup. The Ozark 250 joins the previously introduced 2013 KingQuad utility ATV models.

The Ozark 250 is geared toward those looking for an entry-level utility ATV. Powering the Ozark is a 246cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC engine designed to produce mid-range torque. It features an electric start, a semi-automatic clutch, wide-ratio 5-speed transmission and a reverse gear. The engine utilizes rubber engine mounts to reduce vibration.

The Ozark 250 has a 30.9-in. seat height for an ergonomic riding position. The ATV has 8.3 in. of ground clearance and a towing capacity of 728 lbs.

“The Ozark 250 is a versatile entry-level utility ATV,” said Suzuki senior communications manager Steve Bortolamedi. “Whether it’s tackling tough chores on the farm, ranch or job site or riding a rugged trail, the Ozark 250 is the perfect lightweight entry-level utility ATV that’s always ready for fun when the work is done.”

The 2013 Ozark 250 will be available in Terra Green and Flame Red and will be available at Suzuki dealerships in fall 2012. 

Pricing on the 2013 Ozark 250 starts at $4,499. More information about the 2013 Ozark 250 can be found at: suzukicycles.com

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