2012 Husqvarna TXC and WR Off-Road Lineup News

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2012 Husqvarna TXC and WR Off-Road

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has announced its first 2012 models, including the new TXC310 and a WR125.

TXC Cross Country

The TXC310 (pictured above) is the member of Husqvarna ‘s cross model line, joining the and TXC510. Developed specifically for the market, the TXC line is based on TE platform.

The 2012 Husqvarna engine is based on the TXC250 four-… engine power but enlarged to 302cc. The TXC310 the TXC449 as Husqvarna’s intermediate country model.

Both the 250 and 310 get  new Leo Vince exhausts revised ignition timing and fuel injection system.

The (pictured below) receives updates to its 477.5cc motor to low-end power. The TXC511 gets a new single-piece tail, the TE511.

All three TXC models new all-black chromoly frames, higher rigidity and tensile to improve handling and durability. updates include silver and new graphics.

The 250 (along with the new also gets a new Kayaba shock, replacing the 2011 Sachs component. In our review of the Husqvarna TCX i250. reviewer Dan was not particularly impressed with the settings, so hopefully the 2012 addresses some of those

The 511, which already had a rear suspension in 2011, revised dmaping and a  new progressive which lowers the rear end a change Husqvarna claims overall balance and improves All three TXC models get updated closed-cartridge Kayaba forks revised damping.

WR Two-…

Husqvarna also announced the of its WR125 to its two-… WR lineup, the WR250 and WR300. Pictured the WR125 replaces the WR150, but it with a free top-end kit piston and cylinder that can the displacement up to 144cc. Like the TXC the WR line also gets chromoly frames, silver and new graphics.

Expect more to come about the rest of 2012 off-road models updated TE dual sprots and TC models.

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First Look at 2012

The 2012 Husky Cross-Country Features Re-vamped TXC Range, TXC310 and Upgraded WR Two-Strokes

August 12, 2011 – Corona, CA – the performance you demand on the trail, and the you expect from Europe, the new 2012 line of Husqvarna motorcycles has broken cover. frames, silver rims, new and sleek styling define the 2012 line. The first to be released are the cross-country models, the race-inspired TXC off-roaders and WR two-…

TXC Cross-country Overview

Husqvarna’s of TXC motorcycles is developed exclusively for the demands of the American off-road The competitive cross-country bikes are on the TE platform, and carry with race-proven technology straight the Husqvarna World Enduro bikes of factory racers as Juha Salminen and Antoine The TXC line returns for 2012, a host of premium upgrades as Leo Vince exhaust (on 250/310) and Kayaba suspension components.

In 2012 also brings an new model – the TXC310!

The TXC310 is on Husqvarna’s existing TE310 but is all new to the TXC line of purebred off-roaders. A and stroked version of the 250 motor, the fuel-injected four-… offers aggressive power characteristics its quarter-liter sibling, and fills a gap in the current range of off-road For riders looking for robust delivery that can run with the and still provide lightweight of a 250, the all-new TXC310 is the tool for the job.

Joining the 310 in the 2012 lineup are the and TXC511. All three models a new all-black chromoly frame, for higher rigidity and improved strength. New technology and the addition of new reinforcements give the 250/310 an entirely new feel – one that is to impress even the most off-road riders.

The reworked not only provides better capabilities, but also substantially long-term durability.

Further upgrades include the Kayaba – which replaces the Sachs on the 250. The existing Kayaba on the 511 receives a new progressive spring, as as revised damping, allowing it to a plusher ride without any mid-… capability. Up front, the TXC features premium Kayaba on all three bikes.

The 48mm fork receives revised making the TXC more capable ever of tackling tough while providing a supple for everyone to the casual trail to aggressive cross-country racer.

In the power department, the TXC250 is improved, as well. Husqvarna on gaining maximum performance the 2012 TXC250, and heavily the fuel injection system for power output. An all-new Leo exhaust system and revised timing allow the 249.5cc powerplant to run stronger and churn out power.

The 6-speed gearbox the TXC250 and 310 to stretch their across a wide spectrum, both bikes willing in a variety of off-road terrain.

The remains the open-class off-road The California green-sticker-legal four-… a fuel-injected 477.5cc motor, and fine-tuned for 2012 to smooth out delivery. The dual-flap ignition is re-tuned to improve low-end resulting in an overall better-running Like its TE counterpart, the TXC511 a new single-piece tail section, to improve aesthetics and function.

are significantly improved with the tail piece, which is 15mm shorter than year’s.

The Kayaba shock body on the remains unchanged, but the use of the new progressive creates more initial sag and the rear end to ride slightly Altering the geometry helps the overall balance, and noticeably the handling characteristics of the TXC511. patented CTS (Coaxial Traction works in ideal harmony the refined suspension components, to provide incredible climbing and unparalleled straight-line stability.


* New all-black chromoly frame higher rigidity and improved

* Kayaba suspension front and

* New 48mm Kayaba closed-cartridge re-valved with stiffer

* Silver Excel rims.

* New IPD (in-mold plastic design)


* All-new Leo Vince system flows more and increases power.

* Red sticker in California.


* All-new for 2012!

* Race-inspired Leo Vince system.

* 302cc four-… bored and stroked from motor platform.

* Kayaba tuned specifically for demands of off-road competition.

* Kayaba shock receives shock spring.

Husqvarna is still mixing gas with the WR of two-… motorcycles. The lightweight, WR comes in three different – 125, 250 and 300cc. Husky’s two-… returns to its 125cc roots, and for those looking ever-critical 19cc advantage – news!

Every WR125 with a 144cc top-end complete with cylinder and free of charge.

The WR’s are by a Kayaba fork and Sachs combo, and feature the same look of the black frames, rims and new graphics shared the rest of the ’12 Husqvarna line.

Husqvarna WR 150
Husqvarna WR 150
Husqvarna WR 150
Husqvarna WR 150
Husqvarna WR 150


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