Pros: Capable off-roader, good on-road manners, built for a purpose
Cons: Pricey, lacks features, no brand recall
SWM is an Italian brand that inherited Husqvarna’s plant and also the powertrain of the Superdual. In fact, the Superdual is a Husqvarna TE610 but with a different body style, more modern bits and an engine that now meets Euro-IV emission norms. The Superdual T has been launched at a time when there’s a sudden rise in middle-weight adventure touring machines in the country. Kinetic, the company that sells the Superdual T through Motoroyale showrooms, decided to position it as a hardcore ADV. We spent some time with it to know if it can survive the gruelling Indian conditions.