The Paul Feeney Group, Australian importer for Husqvarna Motorcycles, will offer both models at special introductory retail pricing of $13,995.00* for the Nuda 900 and $15,995.00* for the higher specification Nuda 900R. This pricing will be offered for a limited time only.
The Nuda 900 and 900R are the first models of a new generation of motorcycles to combine both the flair of Italian styling, the history and race pedigree of Husqvarna with the technological innovations and engineering prowess of the BMW Group.
Utilizing the proven BMW F 800 R engine as a development base, the Husqvarna engineers brief was to increase the fun-factor for Nuda 900 owners, with more response across the rev range, but without sacrificing any of the engine’s legendary reliability. Along with a capacity increase to 898cc, a host of new engine elements and expert tuning modifications have successfully transformed the power plant into the heart and soul of the new Nuda 900/Nuda 900R. The list of enhancements include new forged pistons, conrods and crankshaft, new camshafts rotating in a new cylinder head, larger diameter valves and a new balancer conrod, together with a different crank offset of 315 degrees, all helping produce an impressive 105 hp and a mighty torque figure of 100 Nm.
The Husqvarna design and engineering departments have paid considerable attention to market demand, should owners of the Nuda 900 or Nuda 900R wish to take full advantage of the motorcycles all round versatility, or simply wishing to personalize their machine, Husqvarna has developed a full range of accessories. Those wishing to take their Nuda touring, either solo or with a pillion, can enhance the experience with a high windshield kit and a range of either soft or hard luggage. Touring, Urban or Sport riding customers have the option to tailor the Nuda to their specific needs with the wide range of Nuda specific accessories available from Husqvarna.
The Nuda will be on display at the Gold Coast Motorcycle Expo, 17 – 19 February, and will go on sale nationally in March.