The new entry-level street bikes from Husqvarna emphasize fun rather than outright performance.

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The upright Svartpilen 401 has a comfortable, upright riding position and rugged looks.

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The Vitpilen 401 has a much more aggressive, cafe racer-style riding position and a more streamlined shape.

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Both bikes make use of KTM's excellent 373cc single-cylinder engine that makes 44 horsepower.

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The Svartpilen and Vitpilen are incredibly simple machines with the only rider aid being antilock brakes.

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The Husqvarna 401's were designed primarily as chic urban transportation, and at this they excel.

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With their truncated tails and rowdy exhaust note, the Husqys are all business.

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The finishes on the Vitpilen and Svartpilen are unique and totally suit the character of the bike.

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The Vitpilen 401 is compact, lightweight and extremely unintimidating, which makes it ideal for new riders.

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Husqvarna is targeting primarily new, young and image-conscious riders with the Pilen series of bikes.

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