Although we have seen street models in recent years, Husqvarna has always been a strong brand in this field and the Husqvarna Enduro Pro 2024 range is the clear example of this. It is a compact range that includes only two models but is intended for those looking for the highest performance in the field.
These two models, which make up the entire Husqvarna Enduro Pro 2024 range, have been developed from the ground up and are the Husqvarna TE 300 Pro, a two-stroke engine, and the Husqvarna FE 350 Pro, in this case with a four-stroke engine.
Both machines share many components with each other, which is not the case with any other motorcycle from the Swedish company. In summary, the chassis, subframes, suspensions, brakes and bodywork are new and, in addition, the engines have undergone numerous improvements aimed at outstanding performance.
The important points of the Husqvarna Enduro Pro 2024
Let’s start with the bike part, a part largely shared between the two Husqvarna Enduro Pro 2024. In addition to the chassis and subframe, the WP suspensions are also new. The closed WP XACT cartridge fork features a central valve piston designed specifically for enduro.
But not only that, it also has a system called Hydrostop that helps maintain progress in the last 68 millimeters of travel to avoid stops.
Behind it lies a redesigned WP Of course, as you would expect from motorcycles at the level of the TE 300 Pro and FE 350 Pro, both the front and rear suspension are manually adjustable.
They also share other components such as Brembo hydraulic braking and clutch systems with Galfer discs, a combination start/stop button, a new set of high-strength EXCEL Takasago tires, ProTaper handlebars and Michelin enduro tires.
Although this is already part of the mechanics, although they are two different engines, both have an engine management system (EMS) with two pre-configured maps.
The differences between them lie logically in the engine area. The TE 300 Pro, the two-stroke engine, has an injection system in the throttle body that ensures more consistent and controllable performance across the entire speed range.
The FE 350 Pro with its four-stroke engine, in turn, supports the pilot a little more in addition to the electronic systems mentioned above thanks to the traction control and the quickshifter on inclines, which enables faster changes without cutting throttle.
Designed for the most demanding and experienced, these two enduro jewels are now available at Husqvarna dealers for those who dare to reach their full potential.