Husqvarna Nuda 900 overview

The Nuda 900 is the first road bike to be produced by Husqvarna since BMW took over the company in 2007. We think it is a very similar but slightly restyled model to the BMW F800 – but with a 100cc bigger motor.

What’s great about the Nuda is that you’ll get all the supemoto thrills but combined with a comfier riding position. This bike is practical, too, especially if you opt for the extras, like the panniers and taller screen.

There’s only a small 13-litre fuel tank on this bike, which isn’t as impressive. It produces around 105bhp and 74ftlb of torque. However, the Nuda is punchy to ride and has a snappy response. It also feels big and roomy when you’re on it, and can easily get up to 90mph. The suspension is also good, and great around corners. This bike would be a dream to ride on a twisty track, especially when fitted with the right tyres.

You shouldn’t have to worry too much about this bike being reliable. Generally, Husqvarna makes robust machines and they’ve even introduced a new, strict quality control policy which means you’ll get even more out of this bike.

Your closest competition on this bike would be the Ducati Hypermotoard 796. The Nuda will probably come out a few hundred pound more expensive than this model. You’ll also find the standard model better value than the R, and there are many optional extras that you could choose.

Husqvarna Nuda 900 spec

Seat height870mm
Weight192kg
EngineLiquid cooled, four stroke, DOHC, 4v
Capacity898cc
Average fuel consumption72mpg
Top speed125mph
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Owner Reviews

Submitted by:GPZ 900R JOEReview Date: May 2017
Comfort
Suspension needs damping adjustment for longer journeys - not a pillion-oriented bike
Ride Quality
Nimble handling, easy to manoeuvre both at speed and in town
Build Quality & Reliability
BMW/Husqvarna build quality - need I say more
Engine Rating
Awesome performance - feels and sounds like a capable V twin but not lumpy in slow traffic
Brake Rating
Superb Brembo stopping capability, even without ABS
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Pros CommentsThe Husky name says it all – it is eager to go and is easy to ride with a superb reliable engine and exceptional braking power. Wind resistance and tank range could be better, but I did not bÿ this bike for long tours. Plenty of engine power in all situations - nimble, and easy to manoeuvre.
Cons CommentsLarger fuel tank range and prehaps better screen and luggage option

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