So it would appear KTM is in fact doing all it can to bury the brand, bringing it's arrogance and complete lack of customer service to their new acquisition. My dealer, Full Throttle, informed me Husky Australia has pulled the rug out from under them. They were consistently among the highest volume Husky dealers in Australia. No more support, no more service for us. Further, after Husky screwed up my bikes with that recall mess, they are just not getting it handled. Lots of ignored messages until I contacted the ACCC AGAIN. My wife and I both now have gone down on our TR650's as a result of what they did to them. And they never even followed legal requirements to notify owners of the TR650 of the recall. They are thumbing their noses at all Husky owners here in Australia. Now add this to the mix... I am launching a new global company in the world of motorcycles, so working with people all over the world in the industry. A video production pro (does a lot of the stuff you see for ads, etc) was approached by Husky to ride RTW again after doing it once, this time on a new 701 Enduro. He gladly accepted, but is now stranded half a globe away from his home, with Husqvarna quite uninterested in getting the bike fixed and back on the road. THIS is how you promote a brand you acquired? Nah. It appears quite obvious, Husqvarna was purchased to be killed by Goliath KTM. It appears to only be trying to kill off all the competition (ditching Husaberg after purchase, now burying Husqvarna) because their bikes are now nothing more than over-priced, dealer-dependent piles of crap made in China, and don't live up to the reputation which built the company. Customer service is non-existent. Even the unveiling of the new Svartpilen in Sydney at the expo... public not allowed. Arrogant jerkoffs. They clearly aren't interested in supporting or promoting the brand. Anything you see I am sure is just to throw everyone off. It woulda been too obvious to buy both brands and immediately shut them down. No, shut one, PRETEND you are carrying on with the other, but bury it. Point the finger at the market, whatever. All designed to bolster KTM sales of their crap. It was a great run. Sorry to see you go, Husky. At least here in Australia.