2020 Husqvarna 701 Enduro LR hits dealerships. 500 km range
It features a 25-litre fuel tank and a 21-inch front wheel with 250 mm of travel
The LR version comes with an increased fuel capacity of 25 litres while the engine is the same as the standard 701 Enduro. Also, the bike features the same advanced electronics as the basic model.
The 2020 Husqvarna 701 Enduro LR is fitted with a 692.7 cc single-cylinder engine making 74 hp @ 8,000 rpm and 71 Nm of torque @ 6,750 rpm. Also, the bike features a ride-by-wire throttle system.
There are two riding modes – Mode 1 offers a sporty throttle response and cornering sensitive traction control while Mode 2 is focused for enduro riding providing a smooth throttle response with off-road traction control.
It’s focused for enduro riding thanks to the fully adjustable 48 mm WP XPLOR upside-down forks and a WP XPLOR rear shock with Pro-Lever linkage, offering 250 mm of wheel travel.
The WP XPLOR fork provides a 250 mm wheel travel and has an open cartridge layout with a spring in each circuit. The damping functions are split – the left leg is dedicated to compression damping and right fork leg for rebound damping.
The braking system is provided by Brembo – 300 mm disc with a twin-piston floating calliper on the front & 240 mm disc with the single-piston floating calliper on the rear. The enduro bike features cornering ABS thanks to two-channel Bosch 9.1 MP system and has a Supermoto mode.
Other features include lean-angle sensitive traction control, switchable ride modes and easy shift as standard.
The Husqvarna 701 Enduro LR is equipped with a 12-litre front fuel tank and a 13-litre self-supporting rear subframe fuel tank which provides a total amount of 25 litres allowing a range of over 500 km. There’s an option to select the fuel supply with a switch mounted on the handlebar.
The motorcycle has a 21-inch front wheel and 18-inch rear wheel while the weight (without fuel) sits at 155 kg.
On the European market, the price tag for the 2020 Husqvarna 701 Enduro LR is €11,395 and the bike's available in dealerships starting this month.
- Lightweight, integrated fuel tanks - additional 12-litre capacity, 500 + km range
- Switchable Ride Modes – change power characteristics while riding
- Bosch cornering ABS – lean angle specific braking technology
- Easy Shift function – seamless up & down shifting
- Lean-angle sensitive Motorcycle Traction Control
- Chromium-molybdenum steel trellis frame
- Aluminium swingarm
- Polyamide rear subframe with integrated fuel tank – single-piece construction
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