Husqvarna has always had a strong presence in the small two-stroke 125cc Enduro and Motocross sector, models which since their entry to the market in 1988 have become benchmarks for the class.
Due to the high demand and requests from customers, the Paul Feeney Group is pleased to announce the release of the 125cc 2-stroke models CR 125 and WR 125 MY 2013, with first shipments arriving in mid-February.
Husqvarna is serious about the passion and offers the MX variant of the 125 2-stroke CR 125 for an extremely competitive MSRP of $6795.00.*
Customers looking for a street legal 125 2-stroke, the WR 125 is the right choice. The WR 125 is ADR approved and comes with a very attractive price tag of MSRP $6995.00.*
The CR 125 and WR 125 will line up with the already available 2013 model Enduro 2-strokes WR 250 and WR 300.
It was never easier to get on a 2-stroke.
The biggest technical modifications made to the CR 125 involved the mechanical features, with a new chassis, modified particularly under the cradle, now more streamlined and less obtrusive than the previous version. The engine mountings are also different, reinforced and with new cylinder head fittings. The filter housing is a new design making it more water resistant.
Wheels: the polished hubs and the wave type brake disc are new.
On the engine, the exhaust has a new muffler and a clutch housing the same as that on the TC/TE250 models, more robust and efficient.
The WR 125 has had the same technical changes as the motocross version 125cc: a new chassis, reinforced and redesigned beneath the cradle near the footrest lugs and new connection fittings to the cylinder head. In terms of bodywork, apart from the 2013 graphic design, the WR 125 has a new number protection system on the headlight, with a new mounting system and new handlebar guards. The engine also features a new muffler, and a new clutch housing.
The control panel has a new display, digital instead of the analogue one mounted on the previous WR model. The cooling system has a thermostat which monitors and optimizes the engine running temperature. The front suspension features a new Kayaba 48mm fork, with adjustable hydraulic brakes. The wheels have new polished hubs and new wave type discs.