Husqvarna Launches 2014 Model Range

2014 Husky line-up revealed 2 photos
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Husqvarna Launches 2014 Model Range
As reported, Husqvarna has unveiled their new bike line-up for 2014, and it looks like the KTM-owned brand is bent on making a strong comeback after the difficult years.
November will see Husky pushing no less than 14 models in the dealerships. The new bikes are loaded with some KTM parts and technologies, as it was kind of expected, WP suspensions being just a fraction of them, apparently.

The new machinery line-up will enter the enduro and MX market fray, no street bikes announced yet. The enduro range comprises both 2-stroke and 4-stroke machines: TE125, 250 and 300 for the first category and FE250, 350, 450 and 501 for the latter. All bikes come with WP 4CS 4-chamber closed cartridge suspensions, and electric start (except TE125), and rear linkage suspensions. Prices range from €6,999 ($9,498) to €9,890 ($13,4120).

The motocross Husky line-up comprises 4 2-stroke machines: TC85, 125 and 250, with the smallest one available in 2 wheel sizes. Three additional 4-stroke bikes complete the series: FC250, 350 and 450.

Another novelty is the polyamide subframe, providing better housing for the air filter, battery and other electric components. Prices are said to start at €5,099 ($6,920) and reach €9,099 ($12,350).

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