Finally HUSQVARNA SVARTPILEN 125 a new product From HUSQVARNA the full testing of Husky puppy let's get into it.

Finally HUSQVARNA SVARTPILEN 125 a new product From HUSQVARNA the full testing of Husky puppy let's get into it. 



Small, cute and lively? On the contrary, the Husqvarna Svartpilen 125 prefers to play with the big ones. So that the grown-ups want to play with the Husqvarna Svartpilen 125, too, it works hard: with LED lighting, high-quality workmanship, fine details, a wide, high handlebar and restrained color design, it provides the first arguments for a very grown-up 125.

Big sister's tractor

The larger Svartpilen 401 is not only a role model, but also a kind of foundation for the Husqvarna Svartpilen 125: With the exception of the engine (of course from the KTM 125 Duke, depending on the company), almost everything has been adopted. The seating position is upright, the handlebars harmonize with wider shoulders, and the knees have enough space under the prominent edge of the tank.


The chassis of the Husqvarna Svartpilen 125 is also similar to that of the 401 and is matched to match: it compensates for small bumps comfortably and without teetering on a relaxed ride, while it holds tight in brisk encounters. With Bosch ABS in the back, the Bybre brake calipers bite heavily into the disc (320 mm at the front) in an emergency, but they are easy to dose. The clutch and transmission are just as easy for beginners. The lever offers little resistance, but a clear pressure point, the gears slide up and down nicely, albeit with a noticeable crack.

Husqvarna Svartpilen 125 with studded tires

The Husqvarna Svartpilen 125 comes from the factory on coarse-tread Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires, which takes away a bit of maneuverability and confidence in the bends despite having a solid grip. On the other hand, there is of course the dirty spoked wheel stud style and the option of small adventures. For experienced slide enthusiasts, even in supermoto mode without rear ABS, selectable at the push of a button next to the LC display. How unfair the Duke got a TFT, she could complain. But there is no trace of envy, even with their seven kilos less with almost five liters more tank volume, the Husqvarna Svartpilen 125 is an adult. She is like her presumed target group: no longer a teenager. In contrast to the Duke, the bench is also slightly wider and angular, but five millimeters higher.

Shouldn't we have addressed the engine yet? We can happily repeat ourselves: The well-known eight-liter from KTM AG makes full use of the maximum in its class, is gentle and good-natured, yet spontaneous in its throttle response and powerful in the upper revs. It pushes up to 100 km / h with very little vibration and, according to the speedometer, manages a maximum of 126 in the test.


The first husky puppy named Svartpilen 125 has grown up. In view of the price, the ergonomics and the weight, it is already very mature for the A1 class. Is he barking "B196"?

Finally HUSQVARNA SVARTPILEN 125 a new product From HUSQVARNA the full testing of Husky puppy let's get into it. 

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