Husqvarna Enduro / MX range MY 2010

The Paul Feeney Group has received the first allocation of the new highly anticipated Husqvarna Enduro range with the 2 stroke WR 300 and 4 stroke models TE 250, TE 310, TE 450, TE 510.

All starting to land on authorised dealer floors around Australia.

All of the focus is of course on the completely new TE 250.

It is that bike which Antoine Meo used to take on the opposition in the hard-fought World Championship series.

The TE 250 features class-leading statistics: the engine weighs only 22 kg (Motocross engine) and sets new standards in its category.

Technologically advanced: Mikuni electronic fuel injection, electric starter and bulk reduced by 13%.

The new single cylinder shows its strength thanks to its bore and stroke of 79 mm and 50.9 mm respectively.

The engine breathes through 4 titanium radial valves driven by twin overhead combined chain/gear drive cams.

Other changes have also been made, the frame and body panels have been redesigned to cradle the beating heart of this new creation, and making the bike slim and easy to manage. The TE 250 sets new limits for lightness and compactness among the latest generation 250 four-strokes.

Husqvarna MY 2010 prices*

WR 125 $10,295.00
WR 250 $10,495.00
WR 300 $10,995.00
TE 250 $11,495.00
TE 310 $11,595.00
TE 450 $11,995.00
TE 510 $12,395.00
TC 250 $10,995.00
TC 450 $11,495.00
CR 125 $9,795.00

*Manufacturer List Price is shown and excludes dealer charges, stamp duty, statutory charges and on-road charges which are additional and vary between dealers and States/Territories. Customers are advised to contact their nearest Husqvarna dealer for all pricing inquiries.

The Husqvarna Enduro models will line up alongside the new TC 250 and the TC 450 motocross bikes to complete the 2010 Husqvarna Enduro / MX range. All models are now available through the Husqvarna dealer network.

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