HUSQVARNA 562 XP®

Husqvarna 562 XP® is developed for professional loggers and skilled landowners. The saw has a ground breaking design and is loaded with innovative solutions for efficient, convenient operation with large air filter and bar options up to 24". Our unique X-Torq® engine technology provide more power where you need it, up to 20% less fuel consumption and 60% less exhaust emission. RevBoost™ provides instant high chain speed for extra efficient de-limbing.

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$ 739.95

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Features for 562 XP®

  • X-Torq®

    X-Torq®

    Delivers lower fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emission levels in accordance with the world´s most stringent environmental regulations.

    Delivers lower fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emission levels in accordance with the world´s most stringent environmental regulations.

  • AutoTune

    AutoTune

    AutoTune gives optimal engine performance throughout automatic engine setting. No time spent on carburetor adjustments. It compensates for different fuels, altitude, humidity, temperature and clogged air filter.

    AutoTune gives optimal engine performance throughout automatic engine setting. No time spent on carburetor adjustments. It compensates for different fuels, altitude, humidity, temperature and clogged air filter.

  • Rapid acceleration and higher chain speed for best limbing performance.

  • Centrifugal air cleaning system removes larger dust and debris particles before reaching the air filter. This results in reduced air filter cleanings and improved engine life.

  • System designed to reduce vibration levels to the operator, which lessens fatigue.

  • Allows you to control oil flow depending on application and weather conditions.

  • Facilitates cleaning and replacement of the air filter.

  • Allows for easier starting and reduces the risk of engine flooding.

More features

  • Fast acceleration

Product reviews for 562 XP®

HUSQVARNA 562 XP® 4.5 5 69 69
i would recomend i bought this saw last summer and love it. have cut around 70 or 80 face cord with it so far and love it. the balance is good. i find it a tad heavy but the power it has it dose alot of the work its self. the only thing i dont like is the restart after i shut it off. it starts but it takes 3 or 4 pulls nothing like my 455 and 445. but its alwase started back up for me March 9, 2014
Great all around saw I was nervous about getting this saw because I had heard about people having problems with them, but i have used mine almost every day for the past 10 months and have had no problems. The 372 is a great saw and is only a pound heavier with 10 more ccs, but it is a noticeable difference for me. I do trees and brush so I have to swing the thing around all day, and how heavy it feels matters to me. It seems to rap up faster too. The autotune is great no problems no little screwdriver. It runs a lot better with just an exhaust mod too. Cured the little bit of hesitation on takeoff. I like it better than my buddy's 362 which is a great saw. March 8, 2014
Great work saw ive ran a few other saws on the market and I wanted a xp husky this saw ran funny for the first 15-30 minutes after that this saw really came to life it was cutting circles around my brothers ms 361 stihl. and the 562 was better balanced with 24"bar then the stihl was. if it holds up for 10 to 15 years like my old 55 rancher then husky hit a home run on this saw I got a 2013 model and short of the autotune update I had the dealer at big r in great falls do this saw is flawless and I love the power balance and easy start of it. if your looking for a great all around work saw this is the one March 7, 2014
Chinappi Enterprises The saw is lightweight and a powerful pro saw, I use it almost everyday, I would recommend this product to any arborists or landscapers. March 3, 2014
Terrible experience Having used a lot of saws from new most of my working life, this is by far the worst chainsaw I have ever purchased. Bought new, have had nothing but problems starting. 15-20 pulls to start if it runs out of fuel. Also lots of pulls to start if turned off and try to restart when hot or warm. Forums on web confirm this with a lot of other users. Its not just me! Now, it wont start at all! Air filter always clean. ALWAYS correct fuel mix. Also have 550XP. Has very similar problems but not quite as bad. Both saws had about 15-20 hours use, but have both been like this from new. They do run well if you can start them and KEEP them running. 550XP stops anytime at random with no warning. hard to start once again. Dealer can't help as just keeps coming back to me with same problems. waste of time and money. Never again. Autotune feature belongs in the rubbish bin as far as I'm concerned. Fed up with these saws. February 25, 2014
nice looking saw i have bought 4 of these saws and cannot get more than 6 months use.my current one has been in and out the shop so much that my warranty is up in march with hardly any time on it.dealer says husqvarna doesnt pay for warranty work so it sits in the corner collecting dust.the 6 month warranty goes fast.was hoping this was going to be a good tuff saw because it handles so nice January 14, 2014
great power. excellent limbing saw, great power,lite weight. starts good when cold but when u refill with gas it floods without chocking it. had it two weeks and it is in shop with engine failure. January 10, 2014
Good power to weight This saw does most of my firewood cutting. With a 20" bar I don't mind picking this one up at the end of the day for those few pieces I missed blocking. (I'm no spring chicken anymore). Fast cutting, good response, so far reliable with one season of cutting. I like it now, if it holds up I'll really like it. Not quite as much torque as my Dolmar 6400, but lighter and easier to handle. Only complaint - getting the side cover off sometimes, binds up - tight fit. If I remember to cycle the chain break handle a few times this seems to help. Starting has been OK - maybe it's my altitude 7,000+, it likes to start on fast idle when warm. January 8, 2014
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