An ideal professional saw for logging or large removals. Our most advanced saw for demanding professional use. It features our X-Torq® engine that provides high torque over a very wide rpm range, combined with low fuel consumption and low exhaust emission levels. Ergonomically improved handles reduce fatigue. Smart Start® provides easy starting and Air Injection makes the saw run stronger and longer.

73.5 cc, 5.7 hp, 15"-28", 14.55 lbs


$ 899.95

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price*

Features for 576 XP®

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • This easily accessible filter is designed to handle the high volume of airflow specific to a large professional saw.

  • No protruding parts, a smooth underside, rounded starter cover and well-protected controls all make the saw easy to handle.

  • The rear handle is asymmetrically designed with comfort inserts for a more stable and less tiring grip.

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Product reviews for 576 XP®

HUSQVARNA 576 XP® 4.7 5 30 30
Powerful Saw I purchased this saw August 2014. I run it most with a 36" skip tooth chain and am amazed at how it cuts oak and hickory with the same ease as when I use the 24" regular tooth chain. It starts easily. I added dual "dogs" as soon as I got the saw to replace the standard single dog; I always use 93 octane fuel. Biggest tree was a 64" oak. June 28, 2015
Great Saw, Bad dealer Picked up a new 576XP today. $889.95 MSRP? I don't know what happened to that price because the dealer charged me $949.00 for it! On top of that, I received no manual, or scabbard to protect the chain, just the saw... On a better note, the saw started right up and ran perfectly. 20" logs were cut like butter. November 18, 2014
Good saw Pro Arborist use this saw every day great for big removals, not to heavy just enough power to get the job done. Best saw for the price. Just keep your maintenence up and its a great saw. October 1, 2014
This is the best saw ever!! This saw has no problem getting the job done, everything that I put it up against it handled no problem, I burred it in to a 34" red oak and it didn't even know it was in a piece of wood. The hickory doesn't phase it at all I love this saw well worth the money and I bought a six pack of oil and got another year warranty for a total of three years. Great buy!!!! February 3, 2014
tuff saw bought one march 2012 after my 372 died i only use for cutting logs and big wood with lots of limbs so i dont use it that much;its to heavy for a old timer i use my 562 for everyday use.still going strong January 19, 2014
Culture shock Tried a husky after older 066 sthl seized! smoother balanced and faster, bought two more following week. raised eyebrows on our sthl peers, good dealer support recognized as well December 31, 2013
Powerful, Low Vibe, East starting saw I bought one of these in the spring and have cut about 4-5 cords of firewood with it so far. Mostly Elm and Oak here in WI, and I am running a 24" bar with full chisel chain. It cuts through hardwood like butter and is very fuel efficent for something with this much power. It is a tad bit hefty, but would you expect anything else for a 70+ cc saw!?! September 24, 2013
does not last i am a logger that works 7 days a week alot. this was my 2nd 576. it didnt even last 90 days before the barrings went out. i went 2 years before trying it again. same thing happened to me again. husqavarna took care of me both times first time they gave me a 372 nice saw but lasted 4 months. this time going to try 390 hope i have better luck or i will have to go to stihl. i really like the 576 and it would be great for cutting fire wood on the weekends but running it 10 to 12 hours a day it wont last. if it lasted at least a year i would buy one every year i really like the power it has. it really rips when it is running. August 5, 2013
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