The long wait is over. Finally, Honda gas re-launched their popular quarter-liter sports bike with some mechanical and cosmetic updates. The new Honda CBR 250R has been priced at Rs 1.93 Lakhs for ABS and Rs 1.63 Lakhs for non-ABS version.
Last year, Honda was forced to withdraw their all-time favourite sports bike due to the strict BS4 emission norms. It was removed from the Honda's India line-up along with the CBR 150R. The new motorcycle is fitted with a 250cc, single cylinder, DOHC, BS4 compliant engine delivering a maximum power of 26.5 Ps and peak torque of 22.9 Nm which is mated to the same 6-speed gearbox found in the BS III variant. The conventional telescopic forks at the front and Pro-Link suspension at the back also remains unchanged. Dual channel ABS braking is the most important addition to this new bike.
Apart from the new LED headlamp and new sporty graphics, the bike looks similar in every means to the old model. It features wide rear tyres, fully digital instrument unit, sporty split seats and racing muffler ads the aesthetic feel of the bike. The new CBR 250R is available in 4 vibrant paint schemes.