How fast does a Suzuki 250 four wheeler go?

How fast does a Suzuki 250 four wheeler go?

Engine & Lubrication

Engine Type 4-Stroke OHC
Top Speed 50-63 mph (80.5-101.4 km/h) – owners’ claim
Starter System Electric/recoil
Air Filtration Polyurethane foam element
Lubrication Wet sump

What years did Suzuki make the Quadrunner 250?

The Suzuki 250 quad price ranges from $300 to $1,950, while Suzuki Ozark Quadrunner 250s in good working condition would typically be models produced from 2002 to 2006 and would cost around $1,675 tops.

How much HP does a LTZ 250 have?

Suzuki QuadSport Z250 Engine and Transmission Technical Data
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Number of valves per cylinder
Camshaft Valvetrain Configuration SOHC
Maximum power – Output – Horsepower 329.89 HP (240.8 kW) @ 4000 RPM

What year did the Suzuki QuadRacer come out?

In 1985 Suzuki introduced to the industry the first high-performance four-wheel ATV, the Suzuki LT250R QuadRacer. This machine was in production for the 1985-1992 model years. During its production run it underwent three major engineering makeovers. However, the core features were retained.

How many horsepower is a 250cc four wheeler?

2017 Recon 250 HP – 15.6 at 6,500 RPM.

How much is a Suzuki 250 Quadrunner worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $4,899 $830
Options (Change)
Total Price $4,899 $830

How much does a Suzuki 250 Quad weigh?

The 250 Quadrunner was 83.1 inches long, 44.5 inches wide and 41.9 inches tall. The wheelbase was 45.3 inches and the seat height was 31.5 inches. There was 7.9 inches of ground clearance under this ATV, and its dry weight was 557 pounds.

Does Suzuki make a 250 quad?

Even though both model names ended with “250R”, the Honda walked away with the nickname. The LT250R setup is what is commonly used in today’s sport quads, such as: 2-wheel rear drive with a solid axle. “A-Arm” front suspension….1985.

Specifications 1985 LT250R
Dry Weight 293 lbs
MSRP $2299

Are quadzilla any good?

Easily the thirstiest machine in this test at 18.6mpg, using over 70% more fuel than the Honda round the same course. Disc setup gives average stopping performance, but lever feel is poor. Feels crude alongside the other petrol quads. But firm suspension has reasonable travel and damping, so ride quality is OK.

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