Honda CBR 250R
- Engine: 249.6 Cc
- Mileage: 29 Kmpl
- Power: 26.15
- Weight: 167 Kg
- Powerful Engine
- Enriched With Racing DNA
- Good For Touring Also
- Low End Torque
- No Major Updates Since Launch
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Honda CBR 250R Overview
The leading bike manufacturing company Honda has made major changes to the all-new Honda CBR 250R by introducing some of the high-end features to the latest series. The all-new Honda CBR 250R 2018 carries the same silhouette and styling features in comparison to the predecessor model. However, the recent bike appears more stylish and a little more upmarket owing to the introduction of the new colour schemes and advanced designer graphics on the bike’s body. The facelifted version of the latest Honda CBR 250R comes with different options of attractive shades including the Matte Axis Grey Metallic with Striking Green, Matte Axis Grey Metallic with Mars Orange, Sports Red, and Pearl Sports Yellow.
Honda CBR 250R Engine & Transmission
The 2018 Honda CBR 250R receives its power from the 249.6 cc liquid cooled, 1-cylinder, 4 valves, 4 strokes, DOHC engine. The high-end engine of the bike produces around 26.15 of power at 8500 rpm. Moreover, the bike also produces 22.9 Nm of peak torque at 7000 rpm. The engine of the bike has been coupled to the 6-speed transmission gearbox.
Honda CBR 250R Braking & Safety
The braking duties of the Honda CBR 250R bike are carried out by the presence of conventional telescopic front forks along with the rear pro-link monoshock. These features of the bike remain unchanged in comparison to the previous model. The wheelbase of the bike retains standing at 1369 mm as the motorbike continues using the similar 13-Litre fuel tank like its predecessor model. The overall kerb weight of the ABS-supported Honda CBR 250R bike is around 167 kg.
Honda CBR 250R Competitors
The Honda CBR 250R competes against the likeness of the models like the Yamaha Frazer-25, the KTM RC 200, the all-new TVS Apache RR 310, and Bajaj Pulsar RS200.
Honda CBR 250R Mileage
Housing the engine displacement of 249.6 cc, the Honda CBR 250R returns an average mileage of 35 kmpl. Unlike its previous outgoing version, the latest version of the Honda CBR 250R 2018 bike features attractive body-colour that tends to match the pinstripes along the sidewalls of the bike’s wheels. The all-new bike by Honda also receives the all-black matte treatment for the exhaust, the rear fenders, and the alloys. While there have been minimal mechanical changes to the bike, the new-gen Honda CBR 250R receives an all-LED headlight section that aims at adding the overall visual appeal to the bike.
Honda CBR 250R Performance and Handling
Claiming the top speed of around 235 km/hr, the all-new Honda CBR 250R bike also offers the high-tech PGM-FI (Fuel Injection) system for ensuring an excellent riding experience for the riders. There have been no changes made in the overall dimensions of the re-launched version of the Honda CBR 250R bike. Thus, the Honda CBR 250R continues delivering its immensely powerful riding performance and better handling parameters.
Honda CBR 250R What we think
With several improvements brought about in the bike, the users can expect some excellent performance out of the same.