2020 Sherco 300 SE Factory Specifications and Upgrades


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There’s one brand that’s known in the large displacement 2-stroke market for their superb quality and technology, Sherco. With their famous 300 cc SE line now approaching their 2019 production, you should expect several upgrades and changes on this Enduro bike. 2020 Sherco 300 SE Factory will be expected to have the same features as 2019 model, only differing in the production year. As we expected, there will be many improvements from 2018 model.

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2020 Sherco 300 SE Factory Part Upgrades

Sherco’s 2-stroke 300 cc lineup is built with perfect balance at the power delivery and horsepower. Many 2-stroke bikes have a very instant power delivery. This can be good if the rider knows how to control its delivery, but can also hold back the driver on achieving the maximum delivery efficiency. Therefore, Sherco made this 2020 Sherco 300 SE Factory to have smoother progression, allowing riders to ride even the steepest slope with optimal power.

The differences between the factory and standard R edition start from the suspension and shocks. Closed cartridge KYB shocks and forks have been tuned to be stiffer, allowing the bike to corner quicker. Stiffer settings allow this model to tackle extreme corners easily. A larger Trail Tech cooling kit combined with FMF exhaust system makes it churn out a lot of power efficiently. With the new steel ZF outer rear sprocket, the power delivery will be faster and smoother. Upgraded Galfer brake disks and Dunlop Geomax will also greatly improve its handling. Added skid plate made by AXP protects the engine while still keeping the bike light. Also to add lightness, it has the new lithium-ion battery, which is 1300 grams lighter.

In this 2020 model, the improvements are the same as 2019 model. With the new reworked frame, Sherco sheds 400 grams out of it and make it more flexible, reducing chassis vibration. Lighter triple clamps also reduce 90 grams of its weight. A new cooling system includes a larger regulator, radiators, radiator fan kit, and intake manifold. Inside the engine, a new ignition coil is equipped accompanied by improved carburation.

Revised Designs and Graphics

There are several design revisions on this 2020 Sherco 300 SE Factory. The material of its seat is improved, featuring new grippier material. New Neken handlebar pad, Domino grips, and new MY19 (hopefully MY20 soon) graphics give this model a professional Enduro look. To make it slicker, the dual colored rear sprocket and blue rims made by Excel emphasizes the Sherco brand.

Current Pricing of 2020 Sherco

The pricing of 2020 Sherco 300 SE Factory is the same as the 2019 model. It ranges from $13,890 to $14,290 depending on the retailer.