Honda CBR250R was launched in India to cater to growing demand in the entry-level performance segment. It is one of the most affordable 250cc motorcycles in India and is applauded for comfortable riding position that would suit most conditions from city traffics to touring.
The fully-faired Honda CBR 250R gets an integrated sporty cowl that adds some style and enhances its aerodynamic design. It is inspired from its big daddy, the VFR 1200 and looks very neat and impressive. The Honda CBR 250R is powered by a 249cc single cylinder liquid cooled fuel injected engine that churns out 26bhp at 8500rpm and 22.9Nm at 7000rpm. This engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with 1 down and 5 up as its gear shift pattern. The motorcycle gets telescopic at the front and 5-step-adjustable mono shock absorber at the rear which makes the rides very comfortable.
The CBR 250R is sold in two variants in India – non-ABS and ABS. Both the variants get 296mm disc in the front and 220mm disc at the rear. It gets 13 litres fuel tank capacity which is quite decent for a 250cc motorcycle and has a kerb weight of 167 kg. The motorcycle is sold in five variants in India, including recently introduced REPSOL edition.