Honda CBR250r Top speed, Price, Mileage, Images, Review

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Honda CBR250r Review

Honda CBR250R is one of the most noticed and considered motorcycles in the 250cc segment and in the CBR series. When Honda CBR250R was first launched, the outlook and the dual shade body looked bland and usual, but not now.

Honda Has played with the colors on the CBR250r this time, in addition to the offering of the special edition Repsol. Thereafter, the most trusted 250cc racing motorcycle gained the perfect finish and upholds its customer satisfaction both in terms of style and performance.

honda cbr250r repsol

 

The best rival for the Yamaha R15 is the CBR 150R and the chapter continues even in the 250cc segment by the CBR250r against the Yamaha R25. But, there are other rivals for the CBR250r like Pulsar RS200, Hero HX250R, KTM RC200, Suzuki GSX 250R and Kawasaki Ninja 250 SL.

Outlook and design

The foremost advantage and attraction of the Honda CBR250r is the lager dimension body, that give a high capacity racing bike appearance. The design of the front fairing is from the typical CBR family motorcycles. However, the front fairing of the Honda CBR250r can look even aggressive if the fairing is carved for a sporty look like the Yamaha R25.

But, Honda will conserve the ideal CBR design from its 150cc to the 1000cc class of motorcycles.

The transparent visor can look better if it gets a pinch of black shade. The graphics on the Honda CBR250r is fresh and modern. In addition, the appreciable point on the CBR250r is the colors offered. Especially the Sporty Red looks very vibrant. The new age colors surely put an end to the bland and tasteless olden days maroon and silver or black and silver combination.

The carbon black backgrounds, alloy wheels and the side mount exhaust looks clean and neat. The front eagle like head lamp reminiscent the Honda VFR models, while the rear tail light is more compact and suits well the tail.

honda cbr250r white side view

 

Honda should consider replacing the turn indicators and the side mirrors for the CBR250r, since the CBR250r is a premium segment racing bike.

Overall, the Honda CBR250r gets a complete change over externally, especially on the Paint and graphics jobs, but continues with the same reputation.

Engine and gearbox

The 249.6 cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled, 4 stroke engine of the Honda CBR250r can produce a maximum power of 26.15 BHP @ 8,500 rpm and 22.9 Nm @ 7,000 rpm of peak torque. The Double overhead camshaft (DOHC), 4 valve system manages the exchangeable gases and mated to a Six speed gearbox.

The performance and smoothness of the engine are the Honda’s engineering and technology.

Honda CBR250r Top speed and Mileage 

The DOHC engine of the Honda CBR250r offers a cool ride even at the higher levels of RPM. The CBR can reach a top speed of 145 Kmph which is slightly lesser than the R25. However, the CBR250r can reach even higher speeds if the external conditions are favourable.

The CBR250r can reach 0-60 Kmph in 3.6 Secs and 0-100 in 8.5 Secs. The mileage part of the CBR 250R is decent and stable. Honda claims that the PGMFi technology incorporation improves the mileage and performance of the Honda CBR250r running for 28-37 Kmpl.

Honda CBR250r dimension

The CBR250r looks hefty and large and the line is worked clearly by the well proportionate dimension. The Motorcycle measures 2032 mm in length, 720 mm in width, and a height of 1127 with a ground clearance of 145 mm. The seat height is 780 mm, which is good for the medium to well-built riders.

The wheelbase of 1367 mm is slightly lesser than the 1380 mm wheelbase of the Yamaha R25 which can have marginal improved handling.

Instrument console

The Honda CBR250r features an analog Tachometer with the combination of digital console frame. The large and round shaped tachometer has the small frame of digital piece underneath, consist of speedometer, dual trip meter, fuel gauge, and odometer. The silver colour surrounding and the blue light digital console is attractive.

Brakes

The Honda CBR250r ’s braking department is one of the major positive points to be considered during the purchase.  The single disk of 296 mm in the front and 220 mm single disk of the rear pushes the CBR to the safety zone whenever necessary.

The C-ABS is served as an option with additional charges.

honda cbr250r black overview

Suspensions

The suspension part of the CBR250r is smooth and soft as it used to be since then the bike is taken for touring and a fast track performance. Honda offers a conventional telescopic fork on the front and the advanced adjustable single shock mounted on pro-link at the rear. The fun ride is majorly contributed by the suspensions of the CBR250r.

Tires

The grip and handling point are managed by the tubeless tires of 110/70-17M/ C 54S in the front and 140/70-17M/ C 66S at the rear. The same size of the tires is even employed in the rival R25.

The large tires of the Honda CBR250r wrap the rider with safety and confidence in the knee rest and attacking the corners. 

Colors available

Currently, three shades are available in CBR250r – black, pearl amazing white, sports red and new Repsol race-replica.

Honda CBR250r Review

Quick Specification  
Displacement  249.6 cc
Maximum Power  26.15 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque  22.9 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Cylinders   1
Gear Count   6
Ground Clearance   145 mm
Seat Height   780 mm
Kerb Weight   163 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity   13 litres
Availability   Available
Price   INR 1,82,438 (STD)/INR 2,14,662 (C-ABS)
Category  Sports
Shades Sports Red, Sports Black, Pearl Amazing White
Engine Specification  
Displacement   249.6 cc
Maximum Power   26.15 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque   22.9 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Cylinders   1
Shaft and Valve  DOHC/ 4-Valve
Power to Weight Ratio   160.42 BHP per tonne
Bore   76 mm
Stroke   55 mm
Compression Ratio   10.7:1
Fuel System   Fuel injection (Fi)
Ignition   Digital Electronic control unit 
Transmission  
Gear Count   6
Clutch   Wet, Multi plate Disc
Drive Chain  Continuous O-ring
Top Speed & Mileage  
0-60 Kmph   3.6 Secs
0-100 kmph   8.5 Secs
Top Speed   145 kmph
Mileage (City and Highways)   28 kmpl and 37 kmpl
Dimensions, Fuel tank & Kerb Weight  
Overall Length   2032 mm
Overall Width   720 mm
Overall Height   1127 mm
Ground Clearance   145 mm
Wheelbase   1367 mm
Seat Height   780 mm
Kerb Weight   163 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity   13 litres
Instrumental Specifications  
Speedometer   Digital
Odometer   Digital
Tachometer   Analog
Trip Meter   Digital
Fuel Gauge   Digital
Low Engine Oil Warning   Yes
Low Fuel Warning   Digital
Braking System  
Front Brake   296 mm Single disk
Rear Brake   220 mm Single disc
Suspensions/Forks  
Front Suspension   Conventional Telescopic Fork
Rear Suspension   Adjustable single shock mounted on pro-link
Wheels & Tyres Specifications  
Front Tyre   110/70 17M/C
Rear Tyre   140/70 17M/C
Tyre Type   Tubeless Tyre
Front Wheel   Black Alloy Wheel
Rear Wheel   Black Alloy Wheel
Electrical specifications  
Head Light  12V 60/55W
Tail Light  Non LED
Turn Indicators  Non LED
Battery Type  12V 6Ah (MF)
Features  
Electric Start  Yes
Engine Kill Switch  Yes
Seat Type  Split Step Up
Grab Rails  Yes
Pillion Footrest  Yes
Pass-by Switch  Yes
Handlebar Type  Clip On
Exhaust Type  Side mount, Single port
On-road Price  
Chennai  INR 1,82,778
Mumbai  INR 1,85,238
Kolkata  INR 1,89,851
Hyderabad  INR 1,92,869
Bangalore  INR 1,91,227
Delhi  INR 1,91,167

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