Husqvarna utility vehicles have new engine option

Husqvarna’s HUV4421G and HUV4421GXP gasoline-powered utility vehicle (HUV) models now include new Kawasaki FH680D 23-horsepower V-twin engines for better overall performance and longer engine life.

The engines provide 15 percent more horsepower and 21 percent more torque for heavy-duty operations. Cast iron cylinder liners and an automotive style valve train requiring less maintenance give the vehicles more durability. The two-barrel carburetor is internally vented for improved idle characteristics and heated for better cold weather performance.

The HUV models’ corrosion-resistant, aircraft-grade aluminum frames make the vehicles more durable and longer lasting even in wet areas or coastal regions. The all-wheel drive technology provides traction in all types of terrain and enables users to focus on driving without managing four-wheel drive engagement or manual differential locks. The vehicles are also available with diesel engines for more power and torque.

Other features include fully independent, double-A arm front suspension and swing-arm rear suspension with coil-over shocks. A severe off-road package is also available for recreational customers.

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