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In its final year of production, Suzuki announced the 1987 Suzuki Quadrunner 250 4×4 (LT-4WD), which provided consumers with terrain-conquering capability that wasn’t present in previous models. Its drive system allowed the rider to select between 2WD and 4WD modes.Are 1983-1987 Suzuki QuadRunner ATVs hard to find?
1983-1987 Suzuki Quadrunner (LT125) models are very hard to come by, even in online auctions. Most of what previous owners are reselling is Suzuki 250 ATVs, which come from the Midwest and mid-Atlantic U.S. regions.What kind of engine does a QuadRunner have?
Engine – The Quadrunner is powered by a four-stroke, air-cooled dual-valve engine with single overhead cams. It has a bore-stroke ratio of 58 mm x 60 mm.How much does a 1983 Suzuki QuadRunner LT125 cost?
A 1983 Suzuki Quadrunner LT125 would cost anywhere from $465 to $2,575. Given that it was the first of its kind, it now sells at twice its original MSRP of $1,188. Another example would be a Suzuki Quadrunner 500 priced at $3,000 – complete with winch, hauling racks, and aftermarket wheels and tires.