Husqvarna recently marking its fifth consecutive month of sales increases in May, and the company hopes to continue that momentum with the announcement of its 2013 off-road model lineup.
The BMW-owned manufacturer is starting to churn out new product after a period of reductions since being acquired by the German company. As of May, Husqvarna had sold 4,420 motorcycles in 2012, up 43.5% from 2011.
Last year, Husqvarna signaled the start of its turnaround by re-entering the streetbike market with its Nuda 900 and Nuda 900R. Despite the introduction of the two new street-oriented models, Husqvarna’s focus remains its off-road motorcycles.
For 2013, updated a number of models including its Enduro World Championship-winning TE250 and TE310, both of which receive an “R” designation to its model name. Continue Reading »