The 2020 Husqvarna FC 350 is intended to provide a middle ground between a 250cc four-stroke and a 450cc four-stroke. The FC 350 and the only other 350cc four-stroke motocross bike on the market—the 2020 KTM 350 SX-F—enjoy ever-increasing popularity year after year, which is partially due to the ongoing improvements the Austrian manufacturer makes to them.
The Husqvarna FC 350 only has one competitor in the 350cc four-stroke motocross bike class, and it’s a motorcycle it shares many similarities with—the KTM 350 SX-F. The 2020 FC 350 retails for $9,899, which is $100 more than the 2020 350 SX-F. Test rider Allan Brown wrote about how the changes Husqvarna made to the WP suspension of its midsize MXer are a step in the right direction. “The 2020 Husqvarna FC 350’s settings are noticeably improved, making this a much better bike right off the showroom floor than the 2019 model. Gone is the harsh feeling in your hands, which has been replaced with a significant amount of comfort.”
The midsize Husqvarna motocrosser features revised, softer suspension settings along with a one-tooth-larger rear sprocket, and a new optional ventilated airbox cover.