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Husqvarna Motorcycles Unveil 2019 Enduro Line-Up


Bryan Bosch

Featuring Key Upgrades Husqvarna 2019 Enduro Motorcycles Again Set The Benchmark for Quality, Technology & Performance

 

May 17, 2018 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Husqvarna Motorcycles are proud to lift the covers off their complete range of 2019 enduro models – a sophisticated line-up of premium machines that perfectly embody the brand’s pioneering spirit and feature the most advanced technology ever seen in the offroad motorcycles segment.

Husqvarna-Enduro-TE-250i-MY19.jpgHusqvarna Enduro TE 250i MY19

The whole range features state-of-the-art, powerful and light engines, together with the most advanced engine management systems. With innovative, recently introduced electronic fuel injection on the 2-stroke TE 250i and TE 300i models, all 4-stroke machines benefit from traction control with electric starters fitted as standard on all models apart the TX 125.

Husqvarna-Enduro-TE-300i-MY19-1.jpgHusqvarna Enduro TE 300i MY19

For model year 2019 Husqvarna Motorcycles introduce a list of carefully-considered updates across their enduro line-up. Combining top-level performance with unprecedented ease of use across all terrains, the 2019 enduro models are here to deliver a next-level enduro riding experience.

KEY FEATURES ACROSS THE RANGE

For model year 2019 Husqvarna unveil an exciting new generation of seven [eight with the TE 150 for the US market] new 2-stroke and 4-stroke enduro machines.

Husqvarna-Enduro-TX-125-MY19.jpgHusqvarna Enduro TX 125 MY19

Remaining true to their commitment to never-ending development, for MY19 Husqvarna Motorcycles’ engineers introduce a new series of settings for both the WP Xplor 48 forks and the WP DCC shock. The latest suspension on all Husqvarna enduro models provides advanced damping characteristics with a stiffer setting for more bottoming resistance, to suit the needs of a wide range of offroad riders.

Husqvarna-Enduro-FE-250-MY19.jpgHusqvarna Enduro FE 250 MY19

Updates for MY19 include the new Diaphragm Steel Clutch on the TX 125 and TE 150 and the new clutch cover with improved wear resistance on all models.

Husqvarna-Enduro-FE-350-MY19.jpgHusqvarna Enduro FE 350 MY19

Retaining their dynamic, sharp and sleek looking bodywork, Husqvarna’s 2019 enduro models feature a futuristic design in their brand new graphics, which stylishly acknowledges the brand’s Swedish heritage. Coinciding with the unveiling of the enduro range, Husqvarna Motorcycles are pleased to introduce a new line-up of clothing and accessories.

Husqvarna-Enduro-FE-450-MY19.jpgHusqvarna Enduro FE 450 MY19

Combining Swedish inspired design with premium quality, the 2019 clothing range offers casual and functional garments to meet the needs of all dedicated fans. Enriched for 2019, Husqvarna Motorcycles’ range of accessories contains premium parts designed to enhance and protect all enduro machines.

Husqvarna-Enduro-FE-501-MY19.jpgHusqvarna Enduro FE 501 MY19

The new Husqvarna Motorcycles MY19 enduro range will be available in Europe from May 2018 onwards, at all authorised Husqvarna Motorcycles dealers.

For all details on pricing and availability, please refer to your national Husqvarna Motorcycles subsidiary or importer. Media Partners,

The full Media Kit is available for download here:
http://bit.ly/HQV_ENDURO_MY19_MEDIA_INFORMATION

 

Husqvarna Motorcycles. Tradition on two wheels since 1903.

Husqvarna Motorcycles are widely known and respected in the off-road world for a heritage of competition and numerous motocross and enduro world championships. Originally founded in Sweden in 1903, Husqvarna Motorcycles have been designed and manufactured in Mattighofen, Austria since 2013.

Source: Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH
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