Husqvarna has revealed updates to two of its biggest selling enduro bikes along with a host of smaller changes to the rest of the range.
The TE250R and 310R both get a new cylinder head and throttle body as well as a new Keihin fuel injection management system. As well as these changes, Husqvarna claims both models have improved power and torque, while they also receive new styling and a revised cooling system.
There will also be a handlebar-mounted fuel map toggle switch available for the TE250R and TE310R, allowing riders to switch between two different fuelling maps.
The bigger TE449 will now come with an Akrapovic exhaust as well as the standard exhaust.