Honda CBR 250RR was initially launched in GIIAS Show 2016 at Indonesia. Later it was officially launched in Malaysia prior to the MotoGP 2016, Malaysian chapter. This is the much improved quarter litre version of the iconic CBR family from the Honda.
It uses a brand new 249.7cc, twin cylinder, 4-stroke engine, delivering 36 bhp @ 12,500 rpm and a peak torque of 22.5 Nm @ 10,500 rpm. The new CBR 250RR is studded with all advanced features of premium sports bike. Three different riding mode, throttle-by -wire, twin LED headlamps, split seats and many more.
One of the most eye-catchy feature of CBR 250RR is the gorgeous front fascia and the dual LED. It gives an aggressive looks to this quarter litre class bike, as compared to other alternatives in the global market. The R&D of Honda had did a tremendous job in detailing every sharp edges of this motorcycle to give the feel of a solid, massive form that expresses powerfulness and speediness. The newly designed frame has a truss structure composed of steel pipes, for ensuring both strength and flexibility. The new twin canister exhaust sounds that let you enjoy the exhilarating speed.
The CBR 250RR arrives at three new paint schemes. High variant features ABS too.
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