Husqvarna launches its 2023 enduro bike range, with seven new bikes

Husqvarna has launched its 2023 enduro bike range, with new TE two-strokes and FE four-strokes of all sizes from 150cc to 500cc.

Husqvarna 2023 enduro range. - Husqvarna Media

HUSQVARNA has this week announced its 2023 range of enduro bikes, with updates to its two- and four-stroke machines. 

Husqvarna says its “range of seven 2-stroke and 4-stroke machines [...] will take enduro riders of all levels of experience and skill to their best possible results.”

2023 Husqvarna FE 350, TE 300. - Husqvarna Media

Specifically, Husqvarna has three two-strokes and four four-strokes for its 2023 range. 

On the two-stroke side of things, there is the TE 150, TE 250, and TE 300; while there are the FE 250, FE 350, FE 450 and FE 501 four-strokes. 

Husqvarna’s enduro launch makes it the last of the KTM Group manufacturers to announce its 2023 enduro machines, after GasGas and KTM already did so earlier in the year. Compared to GasGas, Husqvarna and KTM both have 150cc two-strokes, and 350cc and 500cc four-strokes; while GasGas is limited to just the 250cc and 300cc two-strokes, and 250cc and 450cc four-strokes. 

Husqvarna’s launch also confirms that all three brands will make use of WP’s XPLOR front forks, and XACT rear shock. 

2023 Husqvarna FE 350. - Husqvarna Media

The Swedish brand’s enduro range will also feature a two-piece carbon subframe which weighs just over one kilogram, and automatic fuelling adjustment on the two-strokes. Meanwhile, on the four-strokes, there are two adjustable EFI maps.

Additionally, the Husqvarna Factory Racing Team’s experience with Michelin on a competitive level makes its way onto the production bikes, as all of the 2023 enduro machines will come with Michelin Enduro tyres.

While KTM switched up their colours a little bit for their 2023 enduro range, with some purple added into the mix, Husqvarna updates its enduro paint while remaining with the traditional white, blue and yellow. On a deep blue side panel, the large logo of the brand stands out in yellow. 

You can check out Husqvarna’s full 2023 enduro range here.