Author: Naomi Dunbar

Husqvarna Motorcycles reveal 2018 enduro range


Calling all enduro riders… We have exciting news. Husqvarna Motorcycles have unveiled their all-new enduro range for 2018, and well, they look pretty darn good.

The new TE 250i and TE 300i models are said to be the next generation of two-stroke machines, as not only do they offer improvements in areas such as performance, fuel consumption, comfort and rideability, but they have also introduced an all-new fuel-injection system. Featuring a pair of fuel injectors at the transfer ports, the new system delivers the perfect amount of juice into the engine at all times and in all conditions. This greatly improves the reduction of fuel consumption and emissions, making the machines smoother to operate and more economically friendly.


The two-stroke engine oil is now stored within a separate tank, eliminating the need for pre-mixing. The new engine management system (EMS) has better control over the oil pump, ensuring the ideal amount of oil is delivered to the engine, significantly reducing waste and excessive smoke. The new and improved engine control unit (ECU) gathers information and automatically compensates for temperature and altitude changes, eliminating the need to modify the carburettor jetting.

Improved front forks, especially designed for enduro riding, feature new outer tubes which have improved flexibility and reduced friction. A stiffer setting option also provides extra sensitivity when it’s needed. The new range also feature ProTaper handlebars that help to reduce fatigue, whilst still offering functional style.

Husqvarna have really raised the bar when it comes to performance, handling and power, and you’ll be able to find out more when the full technical specifications are released on 26 June 2017.

The all-new enduro range will be available worldwide from July 2017, to check out more details and pricing click here.