Husqvarna Bolsters Its Grip On The Enduro Crown With MY20 Moto Lineup

Jun 13, 2019

Category: Rides

Husqvarna has made a name for itself as one of the premier Enduro motorcycle manufacturers of the past century. And with the company’s vast catalog of revered bikes, it’s become all-the-more clear that they’ll retain their rightful throne. To add to that, the company has announced the MY20 Enduro Range — a selection of cycles that reinvigorate the manufacturer’s most popular characteristics.

As part of the MY20 Enduro lineup, the newly announced TE and FE platforms are gifted with a number of the company’s award-winning design principles — including updated chassis, improved suspensions, and refined engine tweaks that will allow riders to push the boundaries of modern two- and four-stroke architectures. Both the TE and FE will sport a revised frame, subframe, shock linkage, and bodywork, alongside an updated fork and shock setup, and premium components — all of which are offered as a part of the standard package. Enhanced torsional rigidity and handling come courtesy of a lightened composite carbon fiber subframe, WP XPLOR front forks, and electronic fuel injection. Husqvarna is intending to release the entire MY20 lineup in June.

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