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Husqvarna Unveils Concept Strada at Paris Moto Show

Hot on the heels of the Nuda 900R that went on sale worldwide in November, Husqvarna Motorcycles presented another new model for 2012 – the Concept Strada – at the Salon de la Moto show in Paris on November 29.

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Hot on the heels of the Nuda 900R that went on sale worldwide in November, Husqvarna Motorcycles presented another new model for 2012 – the Concept Strada – at the Salon de la Moto show in Paris on November 29.

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The Concept Strada uses the ultra-reliable 650cc engine originally developed by BMW for its F-Series range and in its latest incarnation now used to power the new G 650 GS. Husqvarna says the engine has been "breathed on" by its specialist engineers and the power upgrade has resulted in a lively machine that (at less than 375 lbs. dry) will put a smile on the face of even the weariest commuter.

BMW-powered, but Husqvarna-driven, the Concept Strada is billed as the perfect machine for taking on the urban environment. Its combination of easy handling, punchy engine and user-friendly ergonomics will make it appeal to both young and ‘young at heart’ male and female riders looking for a special everyday bike. A wide range of accessories to cater for a variety of requirements will also be available when the Concept Strada goes on sale in 2012, according to the manufacturer.

For more information, visit www.husqvarna-motorcyclesna.com.
2012 Concept Strada

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