New lightweight and efficient all-round saw ideal for those looking for a chainsaw that is exceptionally easy to start and maneuver. Featuring X-Torq® engine for lower fuel consumption and reduced emission levels. Equipped with fuel pump and Auto return stop switch for easier starting.

40.9 cc, 2.2 hp, 13"-18", 9.2 lbs


$ 279.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for 435

  • Saves time when changing spark plugs and cleaning.

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Facilitates cleaning and replacement of the air filter.

  • Increased comfort with soft inlay, ergonomic trigger and asymmetrical handle.

  • Distinct marks for better felling precision.

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

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Product reviews for 435

HUSQVARNA 435 4.3 5 247 247
Hard to Start I agree with the reviews from Phil29045 and Lookingfersomethingelse. This chainsaw is not worth the money because it never starts. I bought this chainsaw back in November 2012 and have yet to get it to start. I would like to get my money back. This is my second attempt at posting this review but because Husqvarna Team does not like my negativity towards this chainsaw they rejected my review. Maybe Husqvzrna can provide some help on how I can get this chainsaw to start - at least once. December 11, 2012
Light weight saw with power This is my second Husqvarna saw. I wanted something lighter than my 365 to use for limbs and small firewood. Compared to the other saws, this one offered higher power to weight. I helped my dad with a downed oak and we kept swapping between saws and we both liked the 435 for the under 10" stuff, but the larger the limbs we could blow through it easier with the 365. I like the improvements over the past 15 yrs between the saws: added the primer bulb and clearer starting procedure to avoid flooding. Would have liked to have the toolless chain adjustment. November 19, 2012
First-time Husky Owner Needed a saw for yard work. Owned two light-weight saws over the years, but now my lot is half covered with large-med oak and figure I need a bit more muscle. Out of the box, cold startup is good each time. However,warm startups can be touchy, but following the directions exactly pays off. Function of the saw is very good overall. November 14, 2012
does the job Easy 1-2-3 start....good cut...light but has power November 13, 2012
my chainsaw this is my first Husqvarna chainsaw but second chainsaw i've owed my first was a Stihl and i disliked almost every thing about it, my new Husqvarna chainsaw starts on dime is super light weight and the cost great for the quality of saw i have. November 8, 2012
Geat Saw For Smallholding My old Sthil saw finally gave up the ghost today so I went to my local dealer to get a new one, up until recently they only stocked Sthil and that was all I was expecting them to have but they have recently started selling Huskys as well. I was gonna go for the Sthil landowner but they only had one and it was sold, spoke to the guy in the shop and as I wanted one there and then I went for the 435, what a great decision! The assembled the saw in the shop and fired it up. When I got home I couldn't believe how nice it was to use and after a few hours of using it was running smooth and was light to handle. Very economical and powerful, so glad I have gone to a Husky! October 26, 2012
Saws circles around my Poulin Didn't realize my Poulin vibrated so much until I bought the 435. Lots of power and a smooth operating throttle. October 21, 2012
Great Saw, but............ Although I really do like the saw; I had a very difficult time getting it to start the first time. I followed your directions exactly with no success. After several attempts I finally just held the throttle down and pulled the starter rope and the saw started. Once it started it ran great and cut like a hot knife through butter. I cut down and cut up three fairly large Quaken Aspen trees and the saw never even slowed down. My only complaint is that you might want to talk to your tech writers and see if there is a better way to write the directions for starting or add a step to the troubleshooting section about holding down the throttle. October 19, 2012
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