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SUZUKI Ozark 250 LTF250K Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 2006
 

2012 - 2013

If a maneuverable and dependable quarter-liter ATV is on the shopping list, you should definitely not spend your cash until you've tested the 2012 Suzuki Ozark 250. With a small profile making it easy to laod into almost any pickup truck, this quad sports a rugged construction, this quad comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox mated to an automatic clutch making everything easier even for begi...




 

2011 - 2012

A nifty middleweight mixture of a sporty character and versatility, the 2011 Suzuki Ozark 250 is a quarter-liter ATV which can serve a multitude of purposes, work and play, alike. With a small profile yet a rugged construction, this quad can do pretty much any others in bigger classes can, if at a scaled level. However, it still comes with a 5-speed manual gearbox mated to an automatic clutch m...




 

2009 - 2010

Created by Suzuki to show how sport and utility have to be mixed, the 2009 Ozark 250 5-Speed brings in the best of the two worlds. A comfort-oriented design allows riders to spend more time in the saddle with less fatigue, and this is good fro both work and play, while the 5-speed manual-shift transmission is neatly complemented by an automatic clutch which makes transitions smooth and reduces p...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2008 Suzuki Ozark 250 4x2 is a lightweight sport and utility ATV which can serve as a hard working partner and a fun-machine, too. The air-cooled 246cc single is fed through a 29mm carburetor and is tuned for exceptional mid-range torque, better suited for the average riding styles, and capable of delivering solid power without abusing the throttle. This makes is also suitable for middle-exp...




 

2006 - Present

With an engine that punches above it's weight, the Ozark 250 has a broad spread of power and a load of mid-range torque. Smooth transitions between the bodywork, seat and fuel tank make it easier to move back-and forth or side-to-side when riding. Incredibly practical and versatile.