Husqvarna Motorcycles Presents the New Generation of Enduro Models

Husqvarna Motorcycles Presents the New Generation of Enduro Models

The new TE and FE models from Husqvarna Motorcycles are released, and they raise the bar for enduro competition even higher in their 2024 iteration. The new bikes feature a new platform and numerous innovations that are common to all models.

The chrome-polybdenum steel frame, which offers improved flex characteristics and excellent straight-line stability at high speeds, is one of the main new features that has been added. The rear frame, which is also brand-new, is made in two pieces from a combination of polyamide and reinforced aluminum and provides the rider with exceptional handling, feedback, and significant strength.

The rider can approach the technical sections with complete assurance and control thanks to the frame’s integration with the new enduro-specific WP suspension. With the addition of a central piston, the WP XACT fork with closed cartridge steel spring now offers smoother motion and more reliable damping performance. The active hydraulic damper on the final 68 mm of travel also contributes to smooth operation and helps prevent stalling. The WP XACT monoshock, which has also undergone redesign, is 100 grams lighter, 15 mm shorter, and has a new piston for greater comfort. It still offers 300 mm of travel, though. For quick and simple custom setup, the hydraulic adjustments for the fork and shock can be made manually.

A new high-grip seat cover and modern graphics with Swedish influences are featured on the new frame’s all-new superstructures. In addition to providing better contact with the knees and better control of the bike when riding upright, the distinctive triangulation of Husqvarna models and the slender design of the plastics allow for complete freedom of movement. A newly created headlight that offers a brighter beam and is fixed with a more efficient and user-friendly mounting system completes these new superstructures.

New engines with TBI (Throttle Body Injection) technology are now available for the TE 150, TE 250, and TE 300 2-stroke models. Introduced to ensure class-leading performance, the TBI system ensures a much more complete and controllable output at all revs, even in the most demanding circumstances.

On the other hand, the FE 250 and FE 350 have new, significantly more compact engines that have been relocated on the frame with a 2° tilt back in comparison to the previous generation, to further centralize the masses and subsequently improve frame handling. Both power units uphold the design philosophy of positioning the primary mechanical components in the most central location to enhance riding dynamics, making them both benchmarks in terms of power and torque.


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