Suzuki Ozark 250 and Quadsport Z400 ATVs Launched in India

The India arm of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan has launched two new ATVs for the domestic market. Suzuki was the leader in the development of four-wheeled ATVs back in 1983 as other manufacturers followed suit. The two ATVs that have been launched here are – the Ozark 250 and the Quadsport Z400. These are the first ATVs Suzuki has launched in India and reflects the company’s intent to cater to the Indian enthusiast. In this post we will tell you more about the Ozark 250 and the Quadsport Z400 Suzuki ATV India price and other relevant details.


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Model Price
Ozark 250 INR 5,45,000 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi)
Quadsport Z400 INR 8,50,000 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi)



Ozark 250

Powering this leisure ATV is 246cc, 4 stroke, single cylinder air cooled motor mated to a 5-speed transmission. The Ozark 250 boasts of an automatic clutch, front disc brakes and a kerb weight of 199 kg.

LenghtxWidthxHeight 1870x1070x1140 mm
Ground Clearance 210 mm
Kerb Weight 199 kg
Engine Displacement 246cc, 4-stroke, Single Cylinder
Transmission 5 forward with reverse
Brakes Front – Disc

Rear – Drum

Tyres Front – AT22x7-11, tubeless

Rear – AT22x10-9, tubeless

Price INR 5,45,000


Quadsport Z400

This high-performance sport ATV is powered by a 398 cc 4-stroke single cylinder liquid cooled engine with Suzuki fuel injection.

LenghtxWidthxHeight 1830x1190x1145 mm
Ground Clearance 265 mm
Kerb Weight 193 kg
Engine Displacement 398cc, 4-stroke, Single Cylinder
Transmission 5 forward with reverse
Brakes Front – Disc, twin

Rear – Disc

Tyres Front – AT22x7R10, tubeless

Rear – AT20x10R9, tubeless

Price INR 8,50,000


Commenting on the launch of the two ATVs, Mr. Masayoshi Ito, Managing Director of Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. said, “With the goal of expanding our product line in India, we have decided to launch two of our popular ATV models in the market, hence showcasing our expertise across
various categories. We intend to make a strong foothold in this growing market and pave the way for future launches in India.”

Suzuki will sell its ATVs through authorised dealers in major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata, Jodhpur and Hyderabad in the first phase. The company began operations in India in February 2006 and has been selling superbikes, commuter bikes and scooters in India since.


Stay tuned to Ride Talks for more news on the Suzuki ATV India price and other updates from the world of two wheelers.

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