The Honda CBR250R is Honda's 250cc single-cylinder sportbike that competes with the other fully faired machines in a similar price bracket. The 2018 model year CBR250R has two big changes: one, it is now BS4 compliant, and two, there is an LED headlamp. The rest of the motorcycle stays unchanged other than a tweak to the shape of the headlamp. It will be available in two colours - orange and green. The green was on display at the Auto Expo and is reminiscent of the Hornet's colour and graphics combination. The engine remains a 249cc fuel-injected single that is liquid cooled with 26bhp and 23Nm running through a six-speed gearbox. Braking is delivered by a 296mm front disc and 220mm rear disc. As always, ABS with CBS will be an option. The 2018 Honda CBR250R will compete with the TVS Apache RR310, KTM RC200, Yamaha Fazer 25, and Bajaj Pulsar RS200.
Yeah it's my birthday gift and i'm so happy for having this.It is very nice and smooth when driving.I'll use this for only long rides not for everything. Only problem having in this is mileage except this everything is amazing, so by this i can say that who want to buy
1. I am always a pulsar lover I had a Rs200. But I think to buy a CBR 250R for its refined engine and less vibration. But it was a big disaster to me.
2. While I am ride this bike my wrist got pain in within 5 minutes for its handle vibration. When I rev this bike I thi
Beware it’s just the name honda sells in india not a quality product or service now a days.I am already a victim of this, so just sharing my experience. Most of the ownership reviews you find online are for older editions which make you fall for cbr250r if you like ref
The leaked image provides a profile view of the motorcycle with detailed images of the engine section suggesting that Honda has extensively reworked on the 249.6cc single-cylinder mill that also does duty in the CBR250R sold in the country.
Suzuki will launch the highly-anticipated Gixxer SF 250 in India on 20 May. In terms of engine displacement and character, the motorcycle will go head on against the Yamaha Fazer 25 and Honda CBR250R. We check out how the three Japanese motorcycles stack up against each...
After completing the Race 1 of the Australian round of the FIM ARRC 2019 in 10th position for the first time, Idemitsu Honda Racing India rider Rajiv Sethu managed to secure a few more points in Race 2 of the championship.