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2010 Husqvarna Models | Motorcycle Previews


Enduro, Cross Country, Motocross

Lighter weight, increased reliability, improved performance and better handling – these are the key elements behind the work carried out by Husqvarna engineers on the new 2010 Enduro, Cross Country and Motocross models. The improvements work in conjunction with Husqvarna’s hallmark off-road heritage to set these machines apart from the competition.

There are a total of three Enduro, three Cross Country and three Motocross models available in the 2010 model mix to meet the needs of the most demanding off-road enthusiast. These are true race replicas of the machines currently campaigned with great success by the official Husqvarna Team in the World Championship Series as well as the Zip-Ty Racing Team and Glenn Kearney here in America.

The fuel injected 4-stroke TE 250’s cutting edge engine design made its highly successful debut in the FIM World Enduro Championship Series with Antoine Meo.

The following summary lists the changes made to the 2010 Enduro, Cross Country and Motocross models.

New Items On Enduro, Cross Country, and Motocross Models

>> New 48mm Kayaba forks (except WR125)

>> New fork clamps for Kayaba forks

>> New stronger, more flexible plastics

>> New stronger front and rear wheel spindles

>> New stronger, lighter front and rear hubs

>> New more powerful front headlight design (TE Models only)

>> New rear mudguard with two part integrated number plate holder for a more aggressive, compact look

>> New IPD (in-mould plastic decoration) graphics on tank, side panels and number plate

>> New rear lamp cluster with more powerful/better protected LED lights

>> New exhaust pipe (WR/CR 125 & WR300) for improved power distribution

>> New silencer (WR/CR 125)

>> New optional high capacity fuel tank for WR125 & TE/TXC 250

>> Frame reinforced in the high stress areas (WR/CR 125, all TE/TXC/TCs)

>> Rear swingarm shortened by 15mm TE/TXC and TC to improve traction and handling

>> New rear disc (TC/TXC and TE only)

>> New radiator connectors and coolant hoses (TC/TXC and TE only)

>> New high performance water pump for improved cooling system efficiency

(TC/TXC and TE only)

>> New Sachs rear shock absorber (WR/CR 125)

>> TE/TXC 250 completely new model. TE fuel injected. TXC carbureted.

Information on the 2010 Husqvarna Supermoto and 610cc model ranges will be available at a later date.

2010 Husqvarna Pricing

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