Husqvarna Bikes Price List (2023) in India
|Model List||Ex-showroom Price|
|Husqvarna Vitpilen 250||₹ 2.25 Lakh|
|Husqvarna Svartpilen 250||₹ 2.25 Lakh|
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About Husqvarna Bike
Husqvarna Motorcycles GmbH – also marketed as Husqvarna – is a Swedish bike manufacturer, known for its Enduro, Supermoto, Motocross, and Street motorcycles. Today, the Sweden-based bikemaker is owned by KTM, and, therefore, it is brought to India under the Bajaj-KTM alliance. But before that, here’s what went under the making of Husqvarna motorcycles.
1689! That’s when it all began. It was founded near the town of Huskvarna, Sweden that year. Prior to manufacturing two-wheelers, Husqvarna began as a company that made muskets. It was only in the late 19th century when Husqvarna, like many motorcycle manufacturers, started producing bicycles. The company started manufacturing motorcycles from 1903. Back then, all Husqvarna motorcycles used imported engines. From 1918, however, the company started manufacturing entirely in-house built motorcycles.
In the 1930s, the Sweden bikemaker competed in Grand Prix road racing in the 350cc and 500cc classes. All the race-spec Husqvarna two-wheelers were based on a 50-degree V-twin prototype. It scored a win against Norton at the Swedish GP in 1931 with a 1-2 finish. This was a small journey, as the company withdrew its racing team support in 1935. While these bikes were raced and produced privately thereafter, the company had put its prime focus on producing a new two-stroke, two-speed commuter motorcycle. By 1939, Husqvarna had become Sweden’s largest motorcycle manufacturer.
It was in 1987 when the Sweden bikemaker was acquired by an Italian manufacturer, Cagiva. As a result, it became a part of MV Agusta Motor S.p.A. The company managers and engineers, however, were unwilling to move to Italy. Therefore, it founded Husaberg AB, which was then acquired by KTM AG in 1995.
In India, Husqvarna motorcycles commenced its journey with the launch of the Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250. No prizes for guessing, both the motorcycles share their powertrain and cycle parts with KTM. The Husqvarna motorcycles price list, then, only comprises both these motorcycles as of early-2020.