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What is a Suzuki Quadzilla?

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The Suzuki Quadzilla, also called the LT500R, is an all-terrain vehicle, or ATV. It was introduced in 1987 and is powered by a high-performance, two-stroke, water-cooled 500 cubic centimeter engine.

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Users of the Suzuki Quadzilla find that it is equally useful in the woods, going across sand dunes, or driving on a race track. It is useful for farming, ranching and outdoor recreation with friends and family. The Suzuki Motor Corporation introduced the first four-wheel ATV in the world, the LT-125, in 1983. Before that, three-wheel ATVs were more popular. The Quadzilla gets its name from its innovative four-wheel design.

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