Originally Posted by LT80
I wonder what that does for Suzuki's claim of "first on 4 wheels"?
Who was first?
Doesn't seem to hurt Suzuki's claim of being first in the commercial market 4 wheeler although Wikipedia shows that the military had them in the 60's and 70's.
"Four-wheelers (1985-today) Suzuki was a leader in the development of four-wheeled ATVs. It sold the first model, the "1982 QuadRunner LT125", which was a recreational machine for beginners. Suzuki sold the first four-wheeled mini ATV, the LT50, from 1984 to 1987.
All-terrain vehicle - Wikipedia" I bought my son the first year model LT50 for 700 bucks.They even mailed me a brass Suzuki plate showing Quadrunners and a temperature strip at the bottom. Still have it some where around the house.Looks like this. Commemorates Suzuki and the 84 Olympics.