The TE 250i takes the low maintenance simplicity of a 2-stroke and makes it even simpler with the aid of electronic fuel injection. This means that fuelling is self-adjusted, removing the need for jetting changes, while 2-stroke oil is pumped independently at regulated ratios, eliminating the need to pre-mix fuel. Whether you are riding at different altitudes, in varying terrain or changing temperatures, fuel injection ensures a perfectly controlled power delivery every time. With the class-leading engine, frame, bodywork and suspension, this nimble lightweight handler is the intelligent choice for conquering the toughest terrain.
Arguably the best combination of power and weight, the TE 250i engine is a longstanding favourite with enduro riders. While technological advancements mean the TE 250i features a pioneering fuel injection system, it remains a low maintenance workhorse of an engine. Additionally, the TE 250i engine has an advanced construction featuring shaft arrangements precisely positioned for greater mass centralisation, a counter balancer shaft reducing vibration and a twin-valve controlled power valve for smoother power delivery.
An electronic oil pump feeds vital 2-stroke oil into the engine. It is located just below the oil tank and feeds the oil via the throttle body, meaning the oil is only mixed with air at this stage. The pump is controlled by the EMS and delivers the optimal amount of oil according to the current RPM and engine load. The oil tank is connected to a filler hose which runs through the upper tube of the frame to a filler cap conveniently located for easy refills. The tank capacity is 0.7 l and is connected to a low-level sensor which illuminates when the tank needs refilling.
Tailored specifically for each model using an innovative 3D design process, the header pipe on the TE 250i offers an advanced geometry and performance. This allows for improved ground clearance, while a corrugated surface makes the header pipe resistant to impact out on the trail. The muffler also features an aluminium mounting bracket and advanced internal construction for excellent noise damping and weight saving.
The chromium molybdenum steel frame is expertly crafted using laser-cut, robot-welded, hydro-formed tubes, ensuring the highest level of precision and quality. The specifically crafted geometry utilises advanced longitudinal and torsional flex characteristics, for unparalleled rider feedback, energy absorption and exceptional straight-line stability. The cylinder head mountings are made of forged aluminium, improving handling and comfort. The premium blue powder coated frame features standard frame protectors, providing extra durability.
The TE 250i features a bodywork which clearly showcases Husqvarna Motorcycles' progressive approach to offroad motorcycles while striking dark blue and electric yellow graphics stylishly adorn the Swedish inspired design. The ergonomics are specifically tailored to deliver great comfort and control. As a result of extensive testing, the slim contact points make shifting between riding positions easier and allow the rider to flow with movement. The flat seat profile, together with the seat cover texture, deliver superior comfort and control in all conditions.
The carbon composite subframe is unique to Husqvarna Motorcycles and showcases advanced production technology and innovation. Using 70% polyamide and 30% carbon fibre, the 2-piece subframe has a total weight of just over 1 kg. With the help of computational dynamics, specific rigidity was engineered into the light and robust subframe, delivering outstanding handling and rider comfort.
The WP XPLOR 48 front fork is designed specifically for enduro riding. Its open cartridge layout has a spring in each leg with split damping functions. Compression damping in the left leg and rebound damping in the right. Adjustment is via easy-to-access clickers (30 clicks) on the top of each fork leg. The standard preload adjusters allow for easier adjustment without the use of tools. The fork's mid-valve piston delivers consistent damping, while the setting allows the fork to operate higher in the stroke for exceptional rider feedback and bottoming resistance.
By using the MAP SELECT SWITCH, the engine characteristics can be tailored to modify the power delivery according to rider preference, conditions and terrain. It has two settings which can be toggled on the fly, namely, Map 1, for standard and full power and Map 2, for softer power and delayed ignition timing for terrain with less traction.
The Magura braking system is designed for high sensitivity, providing a modulated feel while delivering superior stopping power. GSK wave disks (260 mm disc front and 220 mm rear) complete the high-quality braking package for complete confidence.
STARTER: Electric starter
STROKE: 72 mm
BORE: 66.4 mm
CLUTCH: Wet, DDS multi-disc clutch, Magura hydraulics
CO2 EMISSIONS: 59 g/km
DISPLACEMENT: 249 cm³
EMS: AET digital
DESIGN: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke engine
FUEL CONSUMPTION: 2.55 l/100 km
WEIGHT (WITHOUT FUEL): 106.2 kg
TANK CAPACITY (APPROX.): 8.5 l
FRONT BRAKE DISC DIAMETER: 260 mm
REAR BRAKE DISC DIAMETER: 220 mm
FRONT BRAKE: Disc brake
REAR BRAKE: Disc brake
CHAIN: X-Ring 5/8 x 1/4"
FRAME DESIGN: Central double-cradle-type 25CrMo4 steel
FRONT SUSPENSION: WP XPLOR-USD, Ø 48 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE: 360 mm
REAR SUSPENSION: WP XACT Monoshock with linkage
SEAT HEIGHT: 950 mm
STEERING HEAD ANGLE: 63.5 °
SUSPENSION TRAVEL (FRONT): 300 mm
SUSPENSION TRAVEL (REAR): 300 mm