posted on September 22, 2008 15:32
The WR 250 has seen a number of improvements made to the chassis components. As for looks, the front headlamp unit is lighter, much more compact and houses a digital display that provides details about the main engine functions. The side racing number panels, like the one at the front, are white and blend perfectly with the new 2009 graphics.
The black anodized wheels feature wave type brake discs. The suspension has been completely recalibrated in line with the experience gained by the official Husqvarna Team riders in the Enduro World Championship series. The new 50 mm Marzocchi forks have new settings, while the Sachs shock absorber fitted to the rear is completely new. The engine features a new 38 mm Mikuni TMX carburetor as well as the new "V Force 3" reed valve system and a newly designed inlet manifold.
Overview of new items on the 2009 WR 250 NEW SACHS REAR SHOCK ABSORBER
NEW 50 MM MARZOCCHI FORKS WITH NEW CALIBRATION
NEW WAVE TYPE DISCS
NEW DIGITAL DISPLAY
NEW HEADLIGHT UNIT
NEW MIKUNI CARBURRETOR
NEW "V FORCE 3" REED VALVE SYSTEM
NEW EXHAUST SYSTEM
BLACK ANODISED RIMS
NEW GRAPHICS AND COLOUR CODING
The Husqvarna WR 250 starts the Husqvarna Enduro range with the new WR 300 and TE 310 to come later this year.
More information and pictures on the new WR 250
The Husqvarna WR 250 will be priced at $10,695.00 + ORC, comes with a factory endorsed 24 month parts and labor warranty and is now available through the Australian Husqvarna dealer network.