Suzuki farm ATVs
Until the end of June, Suzuki is offering special ride-away pricing on its KingQuad range of farm ATVs at participating dealers.
Backed by Suzuki’s ATV development and experience across 30 years, Suzuki says its KingQuad range is built tough to handle the demanding Aussie conditions.
Features include fuel injection, push-button 2WD/4WD selection, in-gear starting, digital instrumentation and the option of two power-steered models.
Ride-away pricing starts at $4990 for the Ozark 250 model, through to the flagship KingQuad 750AXi which includes power steering and is available at $11,990 ride-away.
Further details as follows:
|Ozark 250||$4990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 300 4×4||$7490 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 400FSi||$7990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 400ASi||$7990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 400ASi 4×4||$8990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 400FSi 4×4||$8990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 500||$9990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 500 Power-Steering||$10,990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 750||$10,990 Ride-Away|
|KingQuad 750 Power-Steering||$11,990 Ride-Away|
The offer ends on 30 June and is only available at participating Suzuki dealers.
With the recent announcement of the Government’s 2015 budget on 12 May, some farmers and small business owners may qualify for a taxation benefit with the purchase of an ATV. Small businesses with aggregate annual turnover of less than $2 million will be able to deduct assets that cost less than $20,000 which are acquired and installed ready for use between 12 May 2015 and 30 June 2017.