Updated Husqvarna off-road models break cover.
Cover has broken on Husqvarna’s 2018 range of FE and TE enduro models featuring multiple updates throughout both the four and two-stroke ranges for the upcoming year.
Returning for 2018 within the FE and TE range will be the FE 501, FE 450, FE 350, FE 250 and the TE 300 and TE 250 two-stroke models which feature advanced engine technology and high-end components.
For 2018 Husqvarna focused on updating multiple key areas on both the four and two-stroke models, the first area was suspension and overall handling with the updated WP Xplor 48 fork.
The latest Husqvarna off-road models now feature the WP Xplor 48 fork with updated fork tubes and settings for added sensitivity and bottoming resistance for improved performance.
With updated forks and fork settings for improved performance and added overall speed on the track or trail, the 2018 Husqvarna FE and TE models also receive added stopping performance to match.
New Magura brake callipers and GSK discs are now featured across the board, this update is designed to provide optimal sensitivity and a progressive braking feel for an improved braking experience.
To compliment the improved handling and braking on the 2018 models, each bike also receives a new ProTaper handlebar to offer class-leading function and style.
Each model continues to features the hydro-formed, laser-cut and robot-welded frame with flex characteristics specifically tailored to benefit suspension functionality, handling and comfort.
In addition, each model also features a composite three-piece subframe made up of 30 percent carbon fibre weighing in at just 1.4 kilograms and engineered to offer optimum rigidity, handling and rider ergonomics.
The updated Husqvarna MY18 enduro range will be available nationwide in September 2017 at all authorised Husqvarna dealers, for more information head to www.husqvarna-motorcycles.com.au.