Suzuki has announced the release of its 2013 Ozark 250 utility ATV, featuring a 246cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled, SOHC engine.
The ATV has electric start, a semi-automatic clutch and a smooth-shifting, wide-ratio, 5-speed transmission with super-low first gear and reverse. Rubber engine mounts are used to reduce vibration, and specific design features reduce mechanical noise. The ATV also features a 30.9-inch seat height, 8.3 inches of ground clearance, a 728lb towing capacity and lightweight maneuverability.
"The Ozark 250 is a versatile entry-level utility ATV," Suzuki senior communications manager Steve Bortolamedi said. "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 Ozark 250 will be available in Terra Green and Flame Red, and it will hit dealerships in the fall.
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