2024 Husqvarna Vitpilen 250: The Urban Warrior Unveiled

The Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 is an urban roadster with an LCD display, WP suspension, Bosch ABS, a premium paint job, and a brand-new 249 cc, 31 HP engine. When it comes to road presence, seat height, ground clearance, tank capacity, pillion comfort, and cornering dynamics, the 2024 lineup outperforms the previous one in a number of areas. Bajaj Auto introduced Husqvarna motorcycles to the Indian market in 2019 and has since begun producing certain models at its plants for export.
The design of the Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 is unique from anything else on the market right now. Even though it's basic, it manages to draw attention to itself. The tank has bulges that go against the conventional notion of what a fuel tank should look like, and there is a flat LED headlamp that gives the bike a custom bike appearance. The distinctive U-shaped LED tail lamp is installed in the stubby rear section of the design, which is where the design ends. Most of its body is composed of fibre. A single piece sits above the fuel tank, and there are panels on the left and right that run up to the sub-frame and the fuel tank. Although it complements the minimalist design, it might be costly to replace or repair if damaged.
Whats new
  • Introduction of a new swingarm and frame that are sized to fit the updated engine and have an off-center rear suspension.
  • Putting in a brand-new 5" LCD display.
  • Integration of a big piston front fork with a 43 mm WP USD.
  • Application of overcoated decals to complement a premium paint finish.
  • Bosch Dual-Channel ABS is included.
  • Improving the Easy Shift mechanism to ensure smooth gear changes.
  • Use of a positioning light ring-equipped LED headlight.
  • Improved posture when riding to increase comfort.
  • Use of 17-inch cast aluminium wheels with an aerodynamic 6-spoke design.
  • Kerb weight decreased to 163.8 kg from 164.4 kg (MY22 Vitpilen 250).
  • Increased ground clearance to 177 mm from 152 mm. (MY22 Vitpilen 250)
  • Increased torque and power values.
  • Reduced rider seat height from 842 mm to 820 mm. (MY22 Vitpilen 250)
  • Reduced the pillion seat height from 907 mm to 877 mm. (MY22 Vitpilen 250)
  • Increased fuel tank capacity from 9.5 L to 13.5 L. (MY22 Vitpilen 250) 
  • An increase of 100mm in total seat length over the MY22 Vitpilen 250.

Engine and Gearbox 
A 249.07-cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine produces 31 horsepower at 9,500 rpm and 25 Nm at 7,500 rpm, powering the Husqvarna Vitpilen 250. It is equipped with a quickshifter and a 6-speed gearbox.
A 5-inch LCD instrument console without Bluetooth is included with the Husqvarna Vitpilen 250. Ride-by-Wire technology, traction control, a quickshifter, and Supermoto ABS are just a few of the many rider aids that are included.
Suspension and Brakes
The suspension system on the Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 consists of a WP Apex monoshock with preload adjustability and a 43mm inverted fork with no adjustments. A 240mm rear disc brake setup with dual-channel ABS and a 320mm front disc brake with sintered pads handle the braking duties. Its dimensions are as follows: the seat height is 820 mm, the ground clearance is 177 mm, the wheelbase is 1,368 mm, the kerb weight is 171.2 kg, and the fuel tank holds 13.5 litres.
  • A solid brake bite.
  • The styling of KISKA is stunning.
  • strong and well-built motor.
  • It is challenging for short riders to reach the 842mm seat height.
  • little seat for Pillion.
  • Range is limited by a small 9.5-liter fuel tank and poor fuel efficiency.
  • A dedicated riding position won't appeal to everyone.
The Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 is priced at Rs 2,19,000 lakh. (exshowroom price) 

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