This year’s Vitpilen and Svartpilen motorbike models are available in Malta for viewing, testing and buying. Both Husqvarna brand models have been designed to encompass outstanding design and style, as well as Swedish simplicity and function.

The Vitpilen 401 and 701 models have been engineered in an ageless, simple yet progressive design, offering a unique style and setting them apart from the classical approach by other brands. Husqvarna’s Vitpilen bikes feature top-quality builds and finishings, with class-leading components such as WP suspension, LED lights, ABS and high-quality spoke wheel designs. Their engines are also considered to be some of the most advanced single cylinders available on the market, delivering high-level performance while also being efficient and reliable for everyday use.

The combination of a reduced and simple design with high-quality standard features enables riders to experience the raw authenticity of motorcycling and identifies with the brand’s modern character.

Like its counterpart, the Svartpilen model features an incredibly sophisticated design. Aesthetically, it sports a rugged urban-explorer look, interpreted in a fresh way, offering riders a unique style of motorbike. The slick curves featured on the bike are heavily complemented by its bulk, showing off Husqvarna’s interpretation of the timeless style of the classical café racers of old. The reliable and economical engines found within the Svartpilen allow riders to enjoy a lightweight and nimble handling, transforming rider and machine into one entity on the road.

Fapi Motors is the local distributor of Husqvarna motorcycles. Visit the Husqvarna showroom at Mdina Road, Attard or e-mail info@FapiMotors.com for more information. One can also follow the Husqvarna Motorcycles Malta Facebook page for the latest updates. Fapi Motors is a mobility business unit within Famalco Group/Building Businesses.

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