Husqvarna 2017 off-road range unveiled

First look at the all-new 2017 lineup of off-road motorcycles from Husqvarna

All 2017 Husqvarna Motorcycles’ TE and FE models will be available in North America at authorized dealers in Fall of 2016. — Husqvarna Motorcycles photo

Husqvarna Motorcycles is proud to offer the first look at the sophisticated, all-new 2017 off-road model range, a lineup of seven bikes designed to excel in all conditions while supporting riders of all abilities as they blaze new trails and extend the limits of off-road riding.

Offering the next level of off-road experience, Husqvarna’s two-stroke TE 150, 250 and 300, as well as the four-stroke street-legal FE 250, 350, 450 and 501 models, represent an important step forward for the historic brand’s off-road bikes. Featuring class-leading components combined with low weight and progressive design, the complete range of engines offers smoother power outputs across the full power range, while also setting new standards for peak power and torque.

Reduced weight ensures the 2017 generation Husqvarna off-road models deliver best-in-class handling and performance on all terrain. These bikes are bristling with technological innovations, such as composite carbon fiber sub-frames, WP Xplor 48 forks and linkage rear suspension, together with optimized frame flexibility, ensuring riders can push their personal limits to the next level.

Retaining dynamic, sharp and sleek bodywork, Husqvarna’s 2017 off-road models feature outstanding looks and perfect ergonomics.


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