Husqvarna Svartpilen 250: Image Gallery

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A compilation of images of the Svartpilen 250 to help you understand the bike better

Swedish bikemaker Husqvarna adopted KTM’s strategy to enter the Indian two-wheeler market with smaller bikes rather than the 401s. The brand has just unveiled the Svartpilen and Vitpilen twins as of now, and the official launch is slated for February end next year. Admittedly, the twins are based on their orange counterparts, however, they do get their unique design language, which sets them apart. For a better field of view, we’ve compiled some images of the Svartpilen 250 to help you understand the bike a bit better.

Comes as no surprise, the Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 is based on the KTM 250 Duke

As a result, it uses the same 248.8cc single-cylinder motor that produces 30PS of power and 24Nm of torque, paired to a six-speed gearbox. However, the motor will comply with BS6 regulations when launched in India. Whether or not Husqvarna has tinkered with the engine to improve performance is unknown.

Also Read: Here What’s Different Between The Husqvarna 250s And The KTM 250 Duke

The Svartpilen uses the same suspension and brake setup as its Austrian cousin. Essentially, it comes with a fat 43mm USD fork and a preload-adjustable monoshock. 

Putting the anchor down is a 300mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear, with dual-channel ABS as standard. 

Its 17-inch wheels come wrapped in MRF REVZ tyres measuring 110/70 upfront and 150/60 at the rear.

While the Svartpilen 250 is based on the 250 Duke, it isn’t as light. In fact, at 154kg, it’s 8kg heavier than its orange cousin. 

Similarities aside, the styling is where the husky really comes into its own. While the KTM 250 Duke is a naked streetfighter, the 250 is designed with scrambler pedigree featuring an upright and comfortable riding stance.

It comes with a nifty rack affixed to the tank to secure your tank bag. It could possibly be used to mount your GoPro as well if required. 

The instrument console is a full-digital unit, which could come with readouts like gear position indicator, real-time fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency, service indicator, distance-to-empty gauge, clock and a side-stand warning light aside from the usual display.

The switchgear has been carried over from KTM.

The seat is a single-piece unit with a raised grab rail at the rear for better pillion comfort. The tail light is a full-LED unit. 

Unlike the KTM 250, which employs a convention halogen bulb, the Svartpilen 250 features a full-LED headlight. The turn indicators are all new as well. 

The tyre hugger has been redesigned to look beefy and hold the number plate as compared to the rather simple setup on the 250 Duke.

Interestingly, the Svartpilen and Vitpilen 250s will be India-specific models and as such unavailable to the rest of the world. 

Expect the Svartpilen 250 to be priced around Rs 2.3 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Stay tuned for more details.

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