Honda CBR250R

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Honda CBR250R

The Honda CBR250R was first introduced in 2011 and was intended primarily for Thailand and India, but is exported to other countries, including Europe and North America. The introduction of the Honda CBR250R was driven by the popularity of the Kawasaki Ninja 250R and Honda's desire to gain market share in the small budget motorcycle market.

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It should be noted right away that the Honda CBR250R model has nothing to do with the Honda CBR250RR model produced for the domestic Japanese market from 1986 to 1996. and having a 4-cylinder engine.

Unlike Kawasaki Ninja 250R, the Honda CBR250R has a more interesting appearance, reminiscent of the flagship sports tourist Honda VFR1200F and the availability of versions with a combined ABS system, which was luxury. Also, the Honda motorcycle was equipped with a 1-cylinder engine, while Kawasaki installed a 2-cylinder engine, which made the motorcycle not only more serious, but also allowed to give out a little more performance.

The main feature of the Honda CBR250R is the 249cc, 1-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine producing 26 hp. power and about 24 Nm of torque. The maximum characteristics of the motor were achieved in the range of 6800-10000 rpm.

Other features of the Honda CBR250R include a steel frame, electronic fuel injection (there were no carburetor versions), simple suspension in the form of a conventional telescopic fork and mono-shock absorber, and a 6-speed gearbox.

In late 2014, Honda introduced the successor to the Honda CBR250R, which was the Honda CBR300R, which in appearance resembled the Honda CBR1000RR. The updated model, just like the previous one, was Kawasaki's answer, but to another model - Kawasaki Ninja 300.



Model Honda CBR250
Motorcycle type sport
Year of issue 2011-2014
Engine type 1-cylinder, 4-stroke
Working volume 249.4 cubic meters cm.
Cooling Liquid
Bore / Stroke 76 mm x 55 mm
Number of valves per cylinder DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder
Fuel supply system electronic injection (PGM-FI)
Ignition type digital transistor
Maximum power 26 hp at 8500 rpm (23.7 hp at 9900 rpm - on the wheel)
Maximum torque 23.8 Nm @ 7000 rpm (19.86 Nm @ 6750 rpm - on wheel)
Transmission 6-speed
Drive type chain
Frame steel diagonal
Front suspension telescopic fork 37 mm (without adjustment), stroke - 130 mm
Rear suspension monoshock with Pro-Link progression (pre-tension adjustment), stroke - 103 mm
Front tire size 110 / 70-17
Rear tire size 140 / 70-17
Front brakes 1 disc 296 mm, 2-piston caliper (optional - ABS combo)
Rear brakes 1 disc 220 mm, 1-piston caliper (optional - ABS combo)
Acceleration to 100 km / h 8.0 sec
Maximum speed 170 km / h
Motorcycle length 2030 mm
Motorcycle Width 709 mm
Motorcycle height 1127 mm
Seat height 780 mm
Wheelbase 1369 mm
Fuel tank capacity 13 l
Motorcycle weight 153 kg - dry

166 kg - equipped

Fuel consumption

Average fuel consumption for the Honda CBR250 in mixed mode is 3.7 liters per 100 kilometers.