The 2020 TE 150i (and the whole Husqvarna Enduro line) have undergone major updates to the chassis, suspension, and bodywork. More specifically, this includes a more rigid frame (Husky specifies for more longitudinal and torsional rigidity), a claimed 250-gram-lighter carbon fiber subframe, new aluminum cylinder head mountings, and updated suspension that offers “simple adjustment, more consistent damping, and better resistance to bottoming,” Husky says. The TE 150i also now shares the same two-stroke electronic fuel-injection tech as the TE 250i and TE 300i. Across the MY20 range, the models also see a claimed 0.4-inch drop in seat height. New bodywork and graphics are just the cherry on top.