The 2024 Husqvarna Enduro Pro models, both the TE 300 Pro and the FE 350 Pro, seem to have undergone extensive updates.
The top key points of the 2024 Husqvarna TE 300 Pro and FE 350 Pro enduro motorcycles are:
- New engines with throttle body injection on the TE 300 Pro and a new, more compact dual overhead cam engine on the FE 350 Pro.
- New WP Xact forks and shocks that are lighter and more adjustable.
- Brembo brakes with Galfer brake discs at both ends.
- Husqvarna Factory Racing wheelset with Excel Takasago rims.
- Redesigned frame and subframe that are lighter and stronger.
- A new swingarm that is lighter and provides improved anti-squat behaviour.
- New polyamide skid plate, Supersprox rear sprocket, ODI handlebar grips, LED headlight, ProTaper handlebars, electric starter, refined bodywork, brake disc protectors, and competition seat cover.
Here’s a summarized overview of what you can expect from them:
- TE 300 Pro: A liquid-cooled, 293.2cc, two-stroke single-cylinder engine that uses throttle body injection. It features a square bore and stroke of 72mm.
- FE 350 Pro: A liquid-cooled, 349.7cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine with a bore of 88mm and stroke of 57.5mm. It has a new compact dual overhead cam engine tilted backwards by two degrees for mass centralization.
- Both motorcycles come with an engine management system that offers two map presets. Additionally, the FE 350 Pro has traction control and a quick shifter as standard features.
Suspension, Brakes, and Wheels:
- Both models have a new 48mm WP Xact closed cartridge fork at the front and a redesigned WP Xact rear shock that’s lighter and shorter but still provides ample travel.
- Brembo brakes and a hydraulic clutch are standard, with Galfer brake discs on both ends.
- The wheelset is from Husqvarna Factory Racing featuring Excel Takasago rims.
- Both bikes have a refined chromium molybdenum steel frame for better anti-squat behaviour, stability, and rider feedback.
- A lightweight subframe made of polyamide and aluminium, with cast aluminium lower subframe spars and frame mounts.
- A new hollow, die-cast aluminium swingarm that’s optimized for stiffness and weight reduction.
- Polyamide skid plate, a Supersprox rear sprocket, soft compound ODI handlebar grips, LED headlight, ProTaper handlebar, an electric starter with a lithium-ion battery, brake disc protectors, and a new competition seat cover.
Pricing and Availability:
- In the UK, the TE 300 Pro is priced at ₤ 11,449 (~$14,191), and the FE 350 Pro is priced at ₤ 11,849 (~$14,687), with VAT included.
- In the US, only the TE 300 Pro is listed as upcoming, with no pricing information available. The FE 350 Pro isn’t listed yet.
- As always, it’s recommended to contact your local Husqvarna dealer for the most recent information on pricing and availability.
With these upgrades and changes, Husqvarna seems to be focusing on making their bikes more versatile, reliable, and race-ready, aligning with the brand’s tradition of high-quality motorcycles.