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Carby Cut! Husky 2T enduros available only as fuel-injected for MY19 | News

As reported in the latest issue of ADB Magazine, Husqvarna Australia has officially announced fuel-injected TE 250i and TE 300i models will be the sole enduro-specific two-strokes available for MY19.

With the fuel-injected range being prioritised within the Europe market to meet Euro4 requirements upon release, this year Husqvarna Motorcycles Australia has continued to offer the carburetted version alongside the first Husqvarna TE 250i and TE 300i models to land in the country.

Now, Husqvarna Motorcycles Australia is phasing out the last of their kind carburetted 2018 Husqvarna TE 250 and TE 300 models nationally, with respective recommended retail prices of $12,995 (Husqvarna TE 250) and $14,495 (Husqvarna TE 300). This is your opportunity to secure a piece of history in the pioneering range.

The carburetted Husqvarna TE 300 has achieved its share of success on a domestic level in the Australian Off-Road Championship, including third place overall in the 2016 Enduro3 (E3) series with Lyndon Snodgrass then at the helm, while Frenchman Matthias Bellino was crowned E3 world champion the year prior.

The new fuel-injected model has tasted success at the opening rounds of the inaugural World Enduro Super Series with Billy Bolt taking out the win at Extreme XL Lagares and Graham Jarvis claiming victory at Erzberg, both aboard the TE300i.

Glenn Kearney – Motorsport Manager, Husqvarna Motorcycles Australia: “To own a piece of history and keep a carburetted model will be something of value for a long time to come, so it’s a great opportunity to snap-up a current Husqvarna TE 250 or TE 300. The simple fact is that anybody who is hands-on can get in there and tinker with their bike to an extent and the sheer power-to-weight ratio makes them really fun to ride in the way they deliver their power and torque. At the same time, it’s very exciting to have the state of the art fuel-injected Husqvarna TE 300i and TE 250i models available in Australia and I’m personally excited to see where it leads in the future. I have spent time on the bikes myself and, at this point in my life, they’re perfect for what I’m looking for in terms of a nice trail ride and it’s genuinely exciting to be a part of it all.”