Husqvarna has lifted the covers off its 2019 enduro range revealing small changes across the two-stroke and four-stroke line up.
For MY19, the Swedish manufacturer has introduced new settings to the WP Xplor 48mm fork and matching WP DCC shock. A new axle clamp provides better oil flow. A new main piston and stiffer spring, together with a modified base valve setting improve damping characteristics and bottoming resistance.
The WP DCC rear shock features a new setting and a new piston to again improve bottoming resistance while keeping to a compact and lightweight design.
All TE and FE models continue to feature an electric starter as standard. For MY19 the system uses a new generation compact Li-ion battery produced by a different supplier to guarantee the quality and reliability. To further reduce weight, kick-starters are not fitted on 4-stroke models but will be still featured on all 2-strokes.
Topping off the new features, MY19 Husqvarna enduro models have taken on a new look with bold new graphics and new engine covers with better resistance to wear.
The smaller-capacity 2-strokes 125 TX and the US only TE 150 receive a new Diaphragm Steel Clutch.