Suzuki Ozark 250, Suzuki QuadSport Z400 – Auto Expo 2016

Posted on: Feb 10, 2016 - 9:02pm IST

Launched in India last year.

Suzuki Motorcycle India presented the Suzuki Ozark 250 and the Suzuki QuadSport Z400 at the Auto Expo 2016 in Greater Noida. These are the first ATVs of Suzuki in India which were launched at the India Superbike Festival in Pune in December 2015.

Suzuki Ozark 250

Suzuki Ozark 250 front Auto Expo 2016

The Suzuki Ozark 250 is priced at INR 5.45 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is powered by a 246 cc air-cooled single-cylinder OHC engine that is mated to a five-speed gearbox with a reverse gear. It has a wheelbase of 1,140 mm, ground clearance of 210 mm, seat height of 785 mm, kerb weight of 199 kg and fuel tank capacity of 9.7 litres.

The ATV rides on 22×7-11 tubeless tyres at the front and 22×10-9 tubeless tyres at the rear, has disc brakes upfront and drum brakes at the rear, and features independent, double wishbone front suspension with oil damped coil spring shock absorbers, and swingarm type rear suspension with coil spring, oil damped shocks.

Suzuki QuadSport Z400

Suzuki QuadSport Z400 front quarter at Auto Expo 2016

The Suzuki QuadSport Z400 is a high-performance off-road vehicle that is priced at INR 8.50 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi). It features the same type of suspension and brakes as the Ozark 250 but rides on 22×7-R10 tubeless tyres upfront and 20×10-R9 tubeless tyres at the rear. It has 1,245 mm of wheelbase, 265 mm of ground clearance, 810 mm of saddle height, 193 kg of kerb weight and 9.1 litres of fuel tank capacity.

The Quadsport Z400 is powered by a 398 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with DOHC that is offered with a five-speed transmission with a reverse gear.

Suzuki Ozark 250 at the Auto Expo 2016 – Image Gallery

Suzuki QuadSport Z400 at the Auto Expo 2016 – Image Gallery

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