Husqvarna Cuts $2000 off MSRP for 2011 SMS630 and TE630

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Husqvarna North America has reduced the price of its 2011 SMS630 supermoto and TE630 dual-sport by $2000.

Husky’s largest models (at least, until the 900 finally breaks cover), the SMS630 and TE630 were all new models introduced last year as early 2011 models. After the discount, the 2011 Husqvarna SMS630 is priced at $5,999 while the TE630 is priced at $6,499.

The two models share the same platform, both powered by fuel-injected 600cc Single-cylinder four-stroke engines. Suspension is provided by rebound-adjustable upside-down Marzocchi forks and fully-adjustable rear Sachs shock. The braking system is supplied by Brembo. According to Husqvarna, the two 630 models get about 49.5 mpg, which translates to about 158.4 miles on a full 3.2 gallon tank.

Ride More Husqvarna For A Lot Less!
49MPG + Street-Legal TE630 dual-sport and SM630 Supermoto Reduced

June 15, 2011 – Corona, CA – 50-state street legal, 49.5 MPG fuel rating… and a manufacturer price cut of $2,000? You’re officially out of reasons not to run to a Husky dealer right now and snatch up a new 2011 Husky 630 dual-purpose motorcycle. Husqvarna North America recently approved a price slash of the SMS630 and TE630, now available for $5,999 and $6,499, respectively.

2011 SMS630 – $5,999
Inspired by the World Supermoto Championship-winning bike, the SMS630 takes Husqvarna racing technology to the streets. Carve canyons, hit the track, or simply spice up your daily commute with the race-inspired 600cc, 50-state legal 2011 SMS630.

2011 TE630 – $6,499
Take the knobbies to the pavement on the 50-state legal Husqvarna TE630! Our off-road racing spirit has been tuned for the tarmac in a true dual-purpose bike. Hit the trails on the capable 600cc enduro machine, aggressive and agile enough for the dirt, yet civilized enough for a comfortable street ride.

Husqvarna SMS630 and TE630 features:
* 50-state street legal
* 600cc DOHC single-cylinder four-stroke motor
* Electronic fuel injection
* Hydraulic clutch and brakes
* Electric start
* 49.5 MPG

“With gas prices on the move, and summer fun to be had, there is no better time for Husqvarna to offer a deal like this,” commented Husqvarna’s National Sales Manager Revelle Harrison. “Dealer orders have already jumped drastically, so get your order in on a TE or SMS630 while units are still available.”

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  • Shane powell

    Hi can you tell me where to get the cheapest husqvarna te 630 or a couple of places? Thanks Shane