Suzuki Ozark 250 Review [Top Speed, Specs & Price]

Suzuki Ozrak 250

Suzuki introduced the Ozark 250 in 2003 and then discontinued it in 2014. It is an easy-to-use ATV with greater power available at an economical price. Its racks and a trailer hitch let you tow and carry things with you. It will give you a sporty feel due to its dual-A-arm front and swing-arm rear suspension.

There are many other features of this utility ATV. If you want to know more about this Suzuki Ozark 250 Review, Top Speed, Specs, and FAQs, then read the complete article for a better understanding.

Suzuki Ozark 250 

Suzuki Ozrak 250

Suzuki Ozark 250 has a 246 cc four-stroke engine. It has an air cooling system that prevents the engine from overheating. Ozrak comes with a six-speed transmission with an automatic clutch. It has CDI ignition that can start the engine without any effort.

With the 22 inches Dunlop tires on the front and rear side, it has oil-damped shocks that are made for long rides and offer a comfortable ride to its rider. It is a lightweight ATV with perfect weight distribution, so you can easily handle it even when speeding.


Here are the specifications of the Suzuki Ozark 250 written below.


Suzuki Ozrak 250 Engine

The Suzuki Ozark 250 has an OHC 246 cc four-stroke engine with a top speed of 50-63 mph. It is a single-cylinder quad with Mikuni BS29SS x 1 29 mm constant velocity carburetor. Its carburetor provides an ideal amount of air and fuel mixture to the engine, which results in better performance. The air cooling system prevents the engine from overheating, so you can ride it for as long as you like.

Vibration-reducing rubber engine mounts and low mechanical engine noise provide a comfortable ride. You can increase the engine performance by using the tuned exhaust system and larger air box.

Engine Type4-Stroke OHC
Cylinder ArrangementSingle cylinder
Carburetion SystemCarburetor, Mikuni BS29SS x 1
Engine CoolingAir cooling
Top Speed50-63 mph


Suzuki Ozrak 250 Transmission

Initially, it had a five-speed transmission with an automatic clutch, but in 2014, Suzuki upgraded it to a six-speed gearbox. Its automatic clutch allows a smooth gear system.

Bore x Stroke Ratio66 x 72 mm (2.598 x 2.835 in)
Compression Ratio9.2:1
ClutchWet multi-plate, automatic, centrifugal type
Transfer, Transmission Type5-forward & 1-reverse, manual
Gearshift PatternForward – All up (foot lever operated); Reverse (foot/hand lever operated)
Drive SystemShaft drive
Displacement246 cm³ / 15 in³
Valve Diameter Intake32 mm (1.30 in)
Valve Diameter Exhaust28 mm (1.10 in)
Valve Clearance Cold Intake0.03 – 0.08 mm (0.001 – 0.003 in)
Valve Clearance Cold Exhaust0.08 – 0.13 mm (0.003 – 0.005 in)

It has a bore x stroke ratio of 66 x 72 mm (2.598 x 2.835 in) with a compression ratio of 9.2:1. Moreover, this ATV starts in gear, and its automatic transmission is not fully automatic. Still, the rider has to click the transmission to change the gear.

Primary ratio: 3.250 (65 / 20)
Gear ratios 1st: 3.083 (37 / 12)
Gear ratios 2nd:1.933 (29 / 15)
Gear ratios 3rd:1.388 (25 / 18)
Gear ratios 4th:1.095 (23 / 21)
Gear ratios 5th:0.913 (21 / 23)
Gear ratios: reverse:2.833 (34 / 12)
Secondary ratio:1.062 (17 / 16)
Final ratio (front): 3.090 (34 / 11)
Final ratio (rear):3.647 (62 / 17)
Sub trans super low:3.176 (17 / 18 x 37 / 11)
Low gear:1.480 (37 / 25)
High gear:l.l12 (11 / 25×43 / 17)


Suzuki Ozrak 250 Ignition

It has an electronic CDI system with an ignition timing of 5° BTDC at 1,500 RPM. You can effortlessly start it with its electric start option. This quad is powered by the 12V 36.0 kC (10 Ah) and a 20 amp fuse with a 150/200W charging system. Furthermore, its battery dimensions are (L x W x H) 6.00 x 3.44 x 5.12 in (150 x 87 x 130 mm). Lastly, it has NGK DR7EA or DENSO X22ESR-U spark plug.

IgnitionElectronic ignition (CDI)
Ignition Timing5° B.T.D.C @ 1,500 RPM
Starter SystemElectric/recoil
Spark PlugNGK DR7EA or DENSO X22ESR-U, Gap: 0.6 – 0.7 mm (0.024 – 0.028 in)
GeneratorTriple-phase A.C. generator
Generator Max Output14.0 – 15.5V 150 W @ 5,000 RPM (200 W for LT-F250K6)
Fuse20 Amp
Battery12V 36.0 kC (10 Ah)/10 Hr. YTX12-BS format
Battery Dimensions (L x W x H)6.00 x 3.44 x 5.12 in (150 x 87 x 130 mm)


Suzuki Ozrak 250

It has a length of 1,800 mm / 70.9 inches with a height and width of 1,070 mm (42.1 in) and 1,045 mm (41.1 in), correspondingly. You will get an average seat height of 785 mm (30.9 in). It gives a smooth, bump-absorbing ride with its 1,140 mm (44.9 in) wheelbase. 

Feel free while going through hills, rocks, mud, and creeks, as it has 210 mm (8.3 in) of ground clearance. You will get a good leg space between the foot paddle and seat as it has 9° 30′ caster size and 42 mm (1.65 in) trail size.

Length1,800 mm (70.9 in) – E-03, 28, 33
1,870 mm (73.6 in) – E-17, 24
Width1,045 mm (41.1 in) – E-03, 28, 33
1,070 mm (42.1 in) – E-17, 24
Height1,070 mm (42.1 in)
Seat Height (Unloaded)785 mm (30.9 in)
Ground Clearance210 mm (8.3 in)
Wheelbase1,140 mm (44.9 in)
Track (F / R)790 mm (31.1 in) / 790 mm (31.1 in)
Caster9° 30’
Trail42 mm (1.65 in)


ATVs are made for fun rides, so its tire must be good for a better riding experience. It has 22-inch Dunlop® tires on both front and rear wheels. Both front and rear tires are tubeless. 

The front tire suggested air pressure is 25 kPa (0.25 kg/cm2, 3.6 psi), and for the rear tire, the suggested air pressure is 20 kPa (0.20 kg/cm2, 2.9 psi). Both front and rear tire tread depth limit is 4 mm / 0.16 inches.

Front Tire, off-roadDunlop® AT22 x 7-11, tubeless
Road air pressure25 kPa (0.25 kgf / cm2, 3.6 psi)
Rear Tire, off-roadDunlop® AT22 x 10-9, tubeless
Road air pressure20 kPa (0.20 kgf / cm2, 2.9 psi)
Tire Tread Depth (F/R)Limit: 4 mm (0.16 in) / 4 mm (0.16 in)


Its suspensions are for a long ride with an extra smooth riding experience. It has oil-damped shocks for both the front and rear sides. It has an independent, double wishbone, coil spring, oil-damped, 140 mm (5.5 in) shocks on the front side, and Swingarm type, coil spring, oil-damped, 140 mm (5.5 in) shocks on the rear side. The front shock has 140 mm / 5.5 inches travel, while the rear shock also has the same wheel travel.

Front Suspension Type, TravelIndependent, double wishbone, coil spring, oil-damped, 140 mm (5.5 in)
Rear Suspension Type, TravelSwing arm type, coil spring, oil-damped, 140 mm (5.5 in)


It has a dual hydraulic disc brake on the front side of the vehicle, and a sealed drum brake on the rear, all fitted with parking brakes. Its front disc brakes are 6.3 inches, and the rear drum brake is mechanically operated, but these brakes will give you a smooth, high-quality feel and a solid braking system.

The powerful dual front disc brakes help you keep your Suzuki Ozark 250 ATV under control even when carrying or pulling a load.

Front Brake TypeDisc brake, twin
Rear Brake Type(Expanding) Drum brake


It is a lightweight ATV with a dry weight of 403 lbs / 183 Kg, which benefits the rider as he can easily handle it in any terrain. You can even take it anywhere with you by hauling it on the back of your truck.

Dry Weight403 lbs / 183 Kg – E-03, 28, 33
Wet Weight427 lbs / 194 Kg

Fuel System

Ozrak Fuel system

It has MIKUNI BS29 fuel system. Its body is designed for the smooth transaction of fuel. You will get 10.6 L/2.8 US gal of fuel capacity with 2.6 L / 0.7 US gal reserve. You can go a long way with this much fuel capacity.

Fuel systemMIKUNI BS29
Fuel Capacity10.6 L/2.8 US gal
Reserve Capacity 2.6 L / 0.7 US gal


Suzuki Ozrak 250 Electronics

The Suzuki Ozark 250 is loaded with an electronic speedometer, trip odometer & computer, indicator lamps, emergency off switch, ignition switch, taillight, position light, horn button, and license light. It also has a headlight with low and high beam 12V 30/30 W x 2 12V 35/35 W x 2 (LT-F250K6 to K8 models) 12V 30/35 W x 2 (LT-F250K9 onwards) option. 

Electronic SpeedometerStandard
Indicator LampsStandard
Trip Odometer & ComputerStandard
Emergency Off SwitchStandard – E-17
Ignition SwitchStandard
Brake Light/Taillight12V 21 / 5 W
Indicator Lights12V 3 W (reverse, neutral)
Backup Light12V 21 W – E-17
High Beam Indicator Light12V 3 W – E-17
Turn Signal Indicator Light12V 3 W – E-03 (’07 models)
Turn Signal Light (F/R)12V 21 / 18 W x 2 – E-03 (’07 models)
Position Light12V 4 W x 2 – E-03 (’07 models)
License Light12V 5 W x 2 – E-03 (’07 models)
Horn ButtonStandard – E-17, 24

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Suzuki Ozark 250 is a lightweight quad that can be both a sports and Utility vehicle at the same time. If you are willing to buy this quad, it has 22 inches front and rear tires with dual-A-arm front and swing arm rear suspension that absorbs all the bumps and provides a smooth and calm ride. Along with the 50-63 mph top speed, it has an excellent braking system for the rider’s safety. You are going to enjoy this ATV for sure. 

It has a lightweight 248 cc engine with midrange torque and easy handling. You can even jump on this ATV but avoid high jumping. There’s nothing to say bad about it, but there’s one thing that can be a real pain for you: its unavailability. It is rarely available in the market.  

You can use it on trails and farms as a utility quad. It can do whatever you want. It has an electronic speedometer, trip odometer & computer, indicator lamps, emergency off switch, ignition switch, taillight, position light, horn button, and license light. With all these features, it is only available for $1,320 – $2,825. It can be a good option if you find it in good condition and price.


Here are the frequently asked questions about this ATV and their answers written below.

What is the Top Speed of the Suzuki Ozark 250?

The top speed of the Suzuki Ozark 250 is 50-63 mph. It has a mighty engine that has the ability to take you anywhere. You can use this powerful machine in your farm work or enjoy its speed and smooth handling by riding it off-road.

Is Suzuki Ozark 250 Fast?

Due to its quick throttle response and powerful engine fitted with the five-speed transmission, it can defeat all of the 250 cc category ATVs and even some of the 300 cc utility ATVs. It performs best on high rev and gives a sporty feel. It has the ability to perform on dirt and bumpy road with easy handling.

What is the price of the Suzuki Ozark 250?

Suzuki Ozark 250 is $1,320 – $2,825 in the retail market. If you have luck, you may find its 2003 to 2006 model in the market, as this ATV is very rare. It is also a rare chance that you can find these utility ATVs without any defects. You are fortunate if you find this ATV in working condition with zero defects.

Suzuki Ozark 250 Price
Year – Trim – ModelList PriceRetail/Trade-In Values
2003 Suzuki Ozark LT F250K3$3,499$1,320  –  $2,125
2004 Suzuki Ozark 250 (LT F250K4)$3,499$1,410  –  $2,175
2005 Suzuki Ozark LT F250K5$3,499$1,545  –  $2,305
2006 Suzuki Ozark LT F250K6$3,499$1,590  –  $2,370
2007 Suzuki Ozark LT F250K7$3,499$1,635  –  $2,530
2008 Suzuki Ozark LT F250K8$3,499$1,710  –  $2,600
2009 Suzuki Ozark LT F250K9$3,899$1,800  –  $2,780
2012 Suzuki Ozark LT F250L2$4,499$2,155  –  $2,835
2013 Suzuki Ozark LT F250L3$4,499$2,200  –  $2,895
2014 Suzuki Ozark LT F250L4$4,599$2,145  –  $2,825

Can I use the Suzuki Ozark 250 for Jumps?

Yes, you can use the Suzuki Ozark 250 for the jumps, but don’t be too aggressive. A fun ride may become miserable because its suspensions have less travel, so avoid harsh riding. It is different from other ATVs that lose their balance after the jump, as it has proper weight distribution, and due to its lightweight, the chances of being unbalanced become less.

Can I use the Suzuki Ozark 250 on trails?

Yes, you can use Suzuki Ozark on the trails; it is a perfect idea to enjoy its ride. Due to its lightweight and compact size, you can even go on tight trails. Because of its engine midrange torque, it will give you a joyful trail experience. Due to its lightweight and powerful engine, Ozark 250 will wheelie in the lower gears if you let it. It is also up to the mark regarding its bump-absorbing suspension. 

What about the Suzuki Ozark 250 handling?

It is a lightweight ATV with proper weight distribution, making it a perfect and easy-to-handle bike. You can easily hold this ATV on the trails, providing exceptional corner grip. Its bump-absorbing suspensions and adequate braking system make its handling even better. So overall, you will get a long-lasting, pleasing experience riding on this ATV.

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