Honda CBR 250R Review

The Honda CBR 250R is a sports bike manufactured by a renowned auto and motorbike manufacturing company, Honda. The Honda CBR 250R was first unveiled in the year 2011 and lasted till 2013. In the Japanese and Malaysian markets, the Honda CBR 250R was introduced in the year 2011 and still gets manufactured.

The Honda CBR 250R is built on the platform of the Honda VFR1200F, and looks similar to it. The front part of the CBR 250R features a Y-shaped headlight and notable middle cowl. Also, the CBR 250R has been equipped with same full fairing which was introduced in CBR 1000RR Fireblade and VFR 1200F.

Also, the Honda CBR 250R features the height and length of 1127 mm and 2032 mm respectively. Besides, the motorbike has got the wideness of 720 mm and weighs 167 kg. The front wheel, further, maintains the space of 1367 mm and the lower chassis is 145 mm away from the ground.

Furthermore, the Honda CBR 250R is furnished with 4 stroke, liquid cooled engine which is capable of producing maximum power of 25.3 bhp @ 8500 RPM and maximum torque of 22.9 Nm @ 7000RPM along with the displacement of 249 cc.

In Nepal, Honda has been exporting the CBR 250R under the dealership of Syakar Trading Company Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 5,15,000

Dimension:

 Body Type

 Sport

 Weight

 167 kg

 Length

 2032 mm

 Height

 1127 mm
 Width
 720 mm

 Wheelbase

 1367 mm

 Ground Clearance

 145 mm

 

Engine:

 Fuel

 13 liters

 Engine Type

 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled

 Maximum Power

 25.3 bhp @ 8500 RPM

 Maximum Torque

 22.9 Nm @ 7000 RPM

 Displacement

 249 cc

 Box X Stroke

 76 x 55 mm

 Starting System

 Self

 Final Drive

 NA

 

Suspension:

 Front Suspension

 Telescopic Fork

 Rear Suspension

 Pro Link

 Front Tyre

 110/70 -17 inches

Rear Tyre

 140/70 – 17 inches

 

Brakes:

 Front Brake

 Disc

 Rear Brake

 Disc

 

Transmission:

 Transmission

 Manual

 No. of Gears

 6

 Clutch

 Wet Multi-Disc

 

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