|Overall length:||1870mm (73.6in)|
|Overall width:||1070mm (42.1in)|
|Overall height:||1070mm (42.1in)|
|Seat height:||785mm (30.9in)|
|Kerb Mass:||199.0kg (438.7lbs)|
|Fuel capacity:||10.6litres (2.3 UK gallons)|
|Ground clearance:||210mm (8.3in)|
|Hitch capacity:||330kg (727.5lbs)|
|Engine:||4-stroke, air cooled, SOHC|
|Bore:||66mm x 72mm|
|Ignition:||Electronic Ignition (CDI)|
|Fuel system:||Mikuni BS29SS|
|Starter:||Electric & Recoil|
|Transmission:||5 x 1 speed with reverse|
|Front suspension:||Independent, double wishbone, coil-sprung, oil-damped. Spring preloaded, 5 way adjustable|
|Rear suspension:||Swingarm, coil-sprung, oil-damped|
|Front brakes:||Dual discs, hydraulically operated|
|Rear brakes:||Drum, mechanically operated|
|Front tyres:||AT22 x 7-11, tubeless|
|Rear tyres:||AT22 x 10-9, tubeless|
The Ozark provides a great form of off-road transport and it’s tougher than you might expect with handy luggage racks and a remarkable towing capacity for its size. The 250’s compact dimensions make for easy manoeuvrability and the 2-wheel drive provides light steering, both of which you’ll appreciate after a full day of leading trail rides or running around the estate.
Whether you’re blasting up and down hill paths or dashing through woodland trails you can bank on the Ozark being up to the job. Its reliable 246cc engine will fire-up at the touch of a button and run consistently all day long. You’ll also be able to rest safe in the knowledge that you, your customers or farmhands and any other riders are always in control, with dual disc brakes on the front providing consistently strong stopping power
Engine and transmission
A reliable and efficient 246cc engine works with a 5-speed manual transmission to help tackle all terrain.
Front disc brakes
Powerful dual front disc brakes ensure you remain under control, even when carrying or towing a load.
Lightweight and low centre of gravity make the Ozark 250 very stable, manoeuvrable and easy to ride.
Mudguards and floorboards
Big mudguards and full skid-plate offer protection from the terrain, while full floorboards prevent wheel spray from reaching the rider.