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Husqvarna 2025 - TE 125cc

Husqvarna 2025 - TE 125cc

Jun 12

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Husqvarna Mobility is proud to announce its eight-model enduro line-up for 2025. With the TE 125 returning, the impressive range now comprises four 2-stroke and four 4-stroke machines – all expertly assembled with the latest technology and race-tested components to ensure best-in-class performance.

The all-new TE 125 is fully redesigned for 2025. For ambitious young riders, the latest generation machine features many of the parts found on the proven, larger capacity 2-stroke models, including Throttle Body Injection (TBI) and a Map Select Switch. Together with a close-ratio, 6-speed gearbox, WP XACT suspension, and Brembo clutch and brake systems, the TE 125 makes an exciting return.

The proven Brembo components are new for all models in the line-up to improve both the performance and reliability of each machine. Further revisions include new, Swedish-inspired graphics and an updated swingarm to enhance the durability of the chain slider.

All 2-stroke models – the TE 125, TE 150, TE 250, and TE 300 – are lightweight and highly capable enduro motorcycles. Offering easy maintenance, class-leading rideability, and an exceptional build quality, the range ensures all riders can take full advantage of the competitive edge that each machine provides.

For those who prefer high performance 4-stroke enduro machinery, a choice of four established models is available – the FE 250, FE 350, FE 450, and the FE 501. Assembled with the latest technology throughout and electronic rider aids, including Traction Control and a Quickshifter, each machine delivers the torque and power riders need to master any terrain.

Technical highlights

New high-performance Brembo hydraulic clutch and brake systems

New Swedish-inspired graphics for a distinctive look

Revised die-cast aluminium swingarm provides optimal rigidity and improves the durability of the chain slider

Competition-orientated start/stop button

Bodywork with specifically tailored ergonomics for enhanced control

Hydro-formed chromium molybdenum frame designed for refined anti-squat behaviour

High-performance GSK discs deliver superior stopping power

Throttle Body Injection (TBI) on 2-stroke engines provides class-leading power and rideability

FE 250 and FE 350 powered by DOHC engines for class-leading torque and peak power

Quickshifter ensures smooth upshifts on 4-stroke models, even under heavy load

Aluminium-polyamide hybrid subframe construction provides specifically calculated rigidity and advanced durability

WP XACT Closed Cartridge front forks offer progressive damping and predictable handling

WP XACT rear shock features a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) optimised main piston and tool-free adjusters

Multifunctional Map Select Switch controls the Quickshifter and Traction Control on 4-stroke models

Offroad Control Unit (OCU) for exceptional reliability and user-friendly serviceability of the electronics

High performance LED headlight for exceptional light output

Premium-quality ProTaper handlebar and ODI grips

Electric start powered by a lightweight Li-Ion 2.0 Ah battery on all models

Enduro riders can continue to perform at their best in all conditions by wearing the latest Functional Offroad Apparel Collection. The extensive range of riding gear and waterproof clothing offers a solution for those looking to compete in comfort, even on the longest of days riding.

For all models in the line-up, a comprehensive, competition-focused selection of Technical Accessories is now available. Each component is designed to enhance the power or durability of every machine to ensure maximum performance.

The 2025 enduro line-up is now available worldwide at authorised Husqvarna Mobility dealers. Availability may differ from country to country. For details on pricing and availability, please refer to your national Husqvarna Mobility subsidiary or importer.

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