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Liam Marsden  says:

2013 Husaberg enduro range revealed

Husaberg has announced the changes to their enduro range for 2013, which includes an entirely new model. The new model, which will be available from September, is the Husaberg FE 250 - the first 250cc four-stroke machine from Husaberg. The new 250 will cost an eye-watering £7045. The rest of the models in the range have been improved with lighter wheels and swingarm. WP provide...

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Jan 11

Posts: 7185

snev says:

erm.... i think there has....

been a mistake....

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Nov 11

Posts: 203

jimbo8098 says:

This bike... more expensive than my brand new V-Strom 650! Looks like a good bike for trials and , stick a couple of lights on it , a decent city bike , but £7000 is a LOT of money for something so minimalistic. It dosen't help that the brand isn't as well known to most as Honda , Yamaha and Suzuki , but there you go...

Somewhere out there is someone who will want to buy this I suppose...

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Feb 08

Posts: 155

davdamos says:


that is over 23 times the price of my first bike

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Feb 10

Posts: 190

wesley01 says:

HAHA More than 7 grand for an offroad bike, husaberg obviously didnt get the memo theres a recession about! The accounting department and marketing must both be smoking crack together.

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Feb 10

Posts: 159

ducatigav says:

ouch 7k for somthing that will need up on its side a lot not thanks think i stick with my cheeper 2nd had gas gas

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Aug 02

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ANichol says:

£7k bike....

...what's wrong with that? Not everyone deems a mudplugger to be a second or purely-toy bike. You wouldn't blanche at £7k for a 600 sportsbike - let alone a litre bike - but if you were only looking for a greenlaner this seems like a lot of bike if you're taking it more seriously without wanting to enter competitions.

But, yet agian with MCN and some posters here, if it's not a sportsbike then you don't actually really want one do you?

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Aug 08

Posts: 15

enzo1098 says:

I payed 14K Aus for a CR500AF which is about 9k in UK money. I guess if you really want that bike the recession is not stopping you. Then again I would never pay that much for a production line 250 4 stroke dirt bike. They sell in Aus for around 1000 pounds less (all the 250's) and people argue here about how they can justify that price as a Triumph Speed Triple 675R costs only a little bit more and is so much more of a bike.

I think the companies know the younger riders need the latest and buy based on weekly deductions not out right purchase price. And that is how they sell them. 40 pound a week is not that much?

As far as paying for something your going to crash, well full plastic kits are cheap and you put them on from the begining, I use Acerbis but UFO are cheaper, You usually get another pipe and park the original too. Then the frames clean up easy with a scourer or if steel can be painted with a spray can. So afgter 2 years bush bashing you throw out the crap and fit the originals on a frame with alittle fresh paint and the bike looks as good as new. You actually pay for that at the start. The Triumph 675R needs to be loved ;)

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