More Power, Torque for Husqvarna

Press Release –

Husqvarna’s HUV4421G and HUV4421GXP gasoline-powered utility vehicle (HUV) models are ready to meet even more demanding applications with new Kawasaki FH680D 23 hp V-twin engines.

The new engines will offer better overall performance and longer engine life. Operators will have 15 percent more horsepower and 21 percent more torque for heavy duty tasks.

In addition, durability is increased due to cast iron cylinder liners and an automotive-style valve train that requires less maintenance. The two-barrel carburetor is heated for improved cold weather performance and internally vented for better idle characteristics.

Other key features of Husqvarna’s HUV models include corrosion resistant aircraft-grade aluminum frames which provide durability and superior longevity even in wet regions or coastal areas.

Advanced all-wheel drive technology provides outstanding traction in all types of terrain and allows the operator to focus on driving without complicated four-wheel drive engagement or manual differential locks. Available diesel engines provide the power and torque for the most demanding worksite and agricultural applications.

For smooth riding, the HUVs feature fully independent double-A arm front suspension and swing-arm rear suspension with coil-over shocks. “XP” versions include a severe off-road package for the most demanding recreational customers.

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