Suzuki GB’s Marine & ATV Divisions are joining forces to exhibit at The Game Fair that is taking place at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire on the 23 – 25 July.
The show is three days dedicated to celebrating the great British countryside in all its glory. Suzuki will be showcasing its range of outboard motors and utility ATVs, which are utilised in a number of outdoor pursuits and activities such as fishing, agriculture and land management.
Suzuki is a manufacturer of motorcycles, automobiles, outboard motors and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) for the global market. The Suzuki trademark is recognised by people throughout the world as a brand whose products offer quality, innovation, reliability and originality. Suzuki stands behind this global symbol with a determination to maintain this confidence in the future, never ceasing in its efforts to develop ‘value-packed products’ with a focus on the customer.
In 1983 the Suzuki QuadRunner 125 was the ATV that started an industry! It was the first ever production 4-wheel ATV and became a top-seller. This ATV boasted a friendly design that was easy to use and an outstanding cost-performance ratio. It was to be the catalyst that started a future of 4-wheel ATV technology.
Now Suzuki’s range currently comprises of three versatile models; the KingQuad 500 and 500XP as well as the KingQuad 750XP (XP denotes power steering). These robust utility ATVs are the culmination of years of refinement and their high levels of technical specification and ease of handling make them suitable for a number of applications including hill and lowland farming, estate management and use on equestrian properties.
Suzuki’s range of four stroke outboards spans from the lightweight and portable DF2.5 to the awesome power of the award-winning DF350A. Uniquely, the engines used to power its range of outboards have always been designed specifically for the rigours of marine use, which means that they all deliver quiet, fuel-efficient operation without sacrificing on performance.
Visitors to the Suzuki stand at show will find out just what makes them the ultimate outboards and why they are so popular for use on boats at sea and on inland waterways for both commercial and leisure use – in particular, fishing.
Suzuki’s experts will be on hand to talk to visitors about its market-leading Lean Burn Fuel Control System, which supplies the engine with the correct air/fuel mixture for the operating conditions. This results in a significant improvement in fuel economy across the entire rev range, not just one particular ‘sweet spot’.
Mark Beeley, Head of Marine & ATV for Suzuki GB, said, “We are really looking forward to getting back out and exhibiting at events such as the Game Fair which provide us with an invaluable opportunity to talk to people that use our products to access various areas of our natural environment.”