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New Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 in Nepal (2020)

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The producer of Husqvarna is a Dirt-Bike. Yet, when it presented the Quarter liter rendition of Svartpilen and Vitpilen 250cc, the scene ends up being exceptionally fascinating.

The Husqvarna Nepal is soon going to launch this beautiful machine here in Nepal as well.

For now, the Swedish motorcycle company began with the Husqvarna 250 – Vitpilen and the Svartpilen.

The Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 means “White Arrow” in Swedish. It’s a quarter-liter cafe racer having the same engine as KTM 250 Duke.

These 250cc models are inspired by their elder cousins, the Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 and the Vitpilen 401, and they are currently available in the international markets.

The Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 is a (commuter) cafe racer bike. In other words, Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 means “White Arrow” in Swedish.

It’s a quarter-liter cafe racer having the same engine as KTM 250 Duke.

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Husqvarna Nepal- Vitpilen 250
Husqvarna Nepal- Vitpilen 250

The Husqvarna Vipilen 250 has a sporty agronomic design, which means you get low set clip-on handlebars.

The foot peckers are slightly up in terms of riding posture, and it is more committed to sitting lower.

It has got excellent cafe racer vibes based upon its design.

This bike will be good for the urban riding experience.

When sitting on the Vitpilen 250, it feels more like a city bike, while the Svartilen 250 feels cruiser, made especially for the highway.

 Vitpilen 250 Engine Specifications

Husqvarna Nepal- Vitpilen 250
Husqvarna Nepal- Vitpilen 250

The Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 is powered by advanced fuel and has a single-cylinder, four-stroke 250 cc twin over camshafts motor.

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It likewise has a parity shaft, which gives us a final smooth execution while riding it.

The Husqvarna 250 Vitpilen has a displacement of and conveying the maximum power of 31 HP @ 9000 rpm and the most extreme torque of 24NM @7250 rpm.


Brakes & Suspension

Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 in Nepal
Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 in Nepal

Discussing the brakes, the Vitpilen 250 has a 300 mm Disc brake at the front while the rear has a disc brake of 230 mm.

It has a 2-channel ABS along with alloy wheels, which has a size of 17 inches.

The front suspension has upside-down adaptive forks, while the back suspension holds the customizable Monoshock.


Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 in Nepal
Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 in Nepal

 The seat height consists of 835 mm. The bike is 153 kg and conveys the fuel tank limit of 9.5 liters, while the ground clearance of this bike is 145 mm.

Launch date

  • Currently, Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 is not available in the Nepal auto-market.
  • According to the company [Husqvarna Nepal] source, the official launch of the Husqvarna motorcycles will start at the end of September or October 2020.

    You may ask:

  • When will the company(Husqvarna Nepal) launch these bikes in Nepal?

Husqvarna Nepal will soon launch these two variants of Husqvarna 250 motorcycles between September and October 2020.

  • Does KTM own the Husqvarna 250 Motorcycle company?

Originally the Husqvarna Motorcycle was born in the year 1903 in Sweden. Currently, the Husqvarna bikes are owned by an Austrian company called KTM AG.

  • Difference between Svarpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250.

The significant difference between these two bikes is that the Svarpilen is a scrambler, which means it has long single handlebars giving less pressure to riders’ arms.

The scrambler motorcycle generally consists of dual-purpose tires. At the same time, the Vitepilen is a cafe racer motorcycle that has low clip-on handlebars.

While riding this bike, the rider will have to lean forward due to rear-set footpegs.

Husqvarna motorcycles will be sold and distributed in Nepal by the Golchha Group. You can also find them on a Facebook page called Husqvarna Nepal.

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