Husqvarna introduces new 701 Supermoto and 701 Enduro

By Cycle CanadaPosted on

Husqvarna Motorcycles are proud to unveil the new 701 SUPERMOTO and 701 ENDURO, two class-leading single cylinder motorcycles that have been significantly revamped for model year 2017.

Both the 701 SUPERMOTO and 701 ENDURO are equipped with a new generation single cylinder engine that features the latest technology in terms of design and electronics. With an improved power output of 74 hp at 8,000 rpm and torque of 52.4 ft-lb at 6,750 rpm, the 692.7cc single cylinder powerplant continues to offer class-leading performance.

With reliability a key factor, the use of innovative solutions such as the active evacuation and forced lubrication of the crankcase ensure long 6,000 mile service intervals. All the latest engine advances provide an extremely low fuel consumption that along with the lengthy service intervals massively reduces the cost of ownership in the long run.

Smooth power delivery is guaranteed by the state-of-the-art four-valve cylinder head with its twin spark ignition. With the single overhead camshaft technology allowing for more exact valve timing at higher engine speeds, Husqvarna engineers added an extra 1000 rpm of usable power to the engine. For increased comfort and less vibrations the engine also features a second counter balancer shaft.

The Keihin electronic fuel injection features a new 50 mm throttle body that has no mechanical linkage to the throttle grip and offers better throttle response and ride-ability at small throttle valve positions.


  • Increased power & torque of 74 hp & 52.4 ft-lb
  • An additional 1000 rpm of usable power
  • Reduced oscillating masses for lower vibrations
  • Long service intervals & low fuel consumption
  • New intake resonator for improved response at low rpm
  • Single overhead cam
  • Double spark plugs
  • Large bore & short stroke [105 mm & 80 mm]
  • Forged aluminum piston
  • Cutting edge ride-by-wire electronics

Featuring a maximum power output of 74 hp and a torque of 52.4 ft-lb the updated single cylinder engine leaves no doubt regarding performance.


  • Pure, uncompromising supermoto performance
  • Astounding power-to-weight ratio
  • Ride-by-wire throttle delivers maximum thrills
  • Competition-level brakes for maximum stopping power
  • Advanced safety thanks to Bosch ABS
  • Black anodized tubeless 17’’ wheels
  • Wide range of accessories to enhance looks & performance

Carrying Husqvarna’s Enduro World Championship winning tradition, the 701 ENDURO can handle both urban environments and off-road terrain with ease. Equipped with the upgraded single cylinder engine, the all-new 2017 model reaches new levels of performance and versatility.

The new poweplant offers an additional 1,000 rpm of usable power with reduced vibrations brings single-cylinder technology to the highest level. With its crisp throttle response, the engine allows riders to confidently tackle off-road adventures as well as their daily commute.

Staying true to its Swedish heritage, Husqvarna have given the new 701 ENDURO a fresh look, with a white, blue and yellow color scheme subtly enhancing the minimalistic and modern design.


  • Versatility & huge on-road and off-road capabilities
  • Astounding power-to-weight ratio
  • Advanced electronics for smooth power delivery & sharp throttle response
  • Advanced safety thanks to Bosch ABS
  • 21’’ – 18’’ high strength DID wheels
  • Competition-level suspension with 275 mm of travel & great adjustability
  • Extensive range of accessories

For all details on availability and pricing, please refer to your national Husqvarna Motorcycles District Sales Manager.


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