Husqvarna has released its new 2024 enduro range of bikes, which have advanced features that set them apart from other premium enduro bikes. The TE and FE models have several updates that make them stand out.
Firstly, the 2024 TE and FE models have a new chrome polybdenum steel frame that improves flexibility and straight-line stability, especially at high speeds. The rear subframe is made of polyamide and reinforced aluminum, which makes it more durable and enhances the bike’s overall handling. The suspension system of these bikes has also been improved. They come with enduro-spec WP hardware, including a fork with a closed cartridge steel spring and a central piston. This setup ensures a smoother ride and increased comfort. There is also an active hydraulic damper that provides extra support in the last part of the suspension travel, improving performance.
The rear suspension, called the WP XACT monoshock, has been redesigned with a new piston to reduce weight while maintaining high performance. These bikes have 300 millimeters of wheel travel and are 15 millimeters shorter in length, which improves maneuverability and control. The TE 150, TE 250, and TE 300 two-stroke models have new engines with Throttle Body Injection (TBI) technology. This system ensures better power output in all rev ranges, even in challenging conditions, for optimal performance and responsiveness.
On the other hand, the FE 250 and FE 350 four-stroke models have more compact engines that have been repositioned on the frame with a slight tilt back. This adjustment centralizes the masses and greatly improves the bike’s handling. By keeping the center of gravity low and centralized, riders have better control and maneuverability on different terrains.
The bikes in the range also have redesigned plastics with new graphics. These changes are not just for looks; they have been designed to improve contact with the rider’s knees, providing better grip and control during off-road riding. The headlights have also been redesigned to be brighter, improving visibility during night rides or in low-light conditions.