The new Honda CBR250R made its debut at the 2018 Auto Expo, earlier this month. For 2018, Honda has infused new life into the quarter-litre sportbike with new paint schemes and features. Here is a photo gallery of the 2018 Honda CBR250R –
The Honda CBR 250R continues to draw inspiration from the VFR1200 with a sporty front fairing and a sharp and raised tail section.
The headlamp design is the same, although it now integrates LED units. The fairing and tall windscreen offer wind protection while touring.
The analogue tachometer has been updated with a new design. The instrument cluster also gets a digital display beneath the tachometer.
At the heart of the CBR250R is the same tried-and-tested 249cc fuel-injected liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine.
Tuned to offer a torquey mid-range, this engine churns out 26.1bhp and 22.9Nm of torque, and is mated to a six-speed transmission.
The CBR250R rides on 17-inch alloy wheels. The brake setup consists of a 296mm disc up front and a 220mm disc at the rear. ABS is an optional extra.
The suspension setup consists of conventional telescopic front forks and a Pro-Link rear monoshock with preload adjustability.
The CBR250R is available in two new colours – orange and green, apart from the existing yellow, red and Repsol paint schemes.