If tough and durable machinery is the order of the day, then the 2004 Eiger series of QuadRunners is Suzuki's special. Named after the well-known Swiss peak, Suzuki Eigers are tough machines that set the standard for ATV performance and value. The entire line of Eiger QuadRunners is decked out with a bold, aggressive look. They're powered by a proven 376cc four-stroke engine and get support from a strong, sturdy frame with suspension is set up to handle any kind of terrain. New for '04, the Eiger series of QuadRunners are offered in Suzuki Champion Yellow and the new Advantage® Max-4 HDTM camouflage perfect for hunters looking for the ultimate Suzuki 4X4 machine. Introducing the 2004 Suzuki Eiger, in four hard working versions: •The LT-A400F Eiger Automatic 4X4, featuring an automatic CVT transmission with high/low range and reverse, and a limited-slip front differential. •The LT-F400F Eiger 4X4, featuring a five-speed-plus-reverse manual transmission with high/low range and automatic clutch and a limited-slip front differential. •The LT-A400 Eiger 2X4 Automatic, featuring an automatic CVT transmission with high/low range and reverse. •The LT-F400 Eiger 2X4, with five-speed-plus-reverse manual transmission with high/low range and automatic clutch. All Eiger models feature a dependable 376cc single-cylinder, four-stroke, air/oil-cooled SOHC four-valve engine, with 9.0:1 compression ratio, a single 32mm Keihin carburetor, a gear-driven balancer to reduce vibration, and a wet-sump lubrication system. Power is transmitted through your choice of a fully automatic transmission with V belt and continuously variable gear ratio, or a manual five-speed with reverse transmission with centrifugal automatic clutch and two-speed sub-transmission. Automatic models utilize an advanced braking mechanism and two-speed sub-transmission with a reverse gear. In addition, four-wheel-drive models feature Suzuki's unique torque-sensing limited-slip front differential and an easy-to-use handlebar-mounted 2WD/4WD-control lever. The Eiger frames are created with large-diameter, thin-walled tubing for maximum strength and minimum weight. Aggressive bodywork, high-radius fenders, a rugged styled grill and large front bumper provide a bold and sporty look. The front suspension uses an independent double A-arm design with a class-leading 6.69 inches of travel. A dual-shock swingarm rear suspension offers 6.69 inches of travel and 9.3 inches of ground clearance. Braking duties are handled by dual 190mm front disc brakes combined with a water-resistant drum mounted at the rear. Other features include a start-in-gear system for quick and easy restarts, spin-on oil filter, standard brake light, large four-gallon fuel tank with fuel gauge, large-sized tires and wheels, high-capacity cargo racks, full floor boards, and a high-strength skid plate that won't dent or rust and provides a slick surface that won't catch on rocks or trees. Named after a mountain, built to take on life's mountains: The 2004 Suzuki Eiger Series of QuadRunners.