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Honda CBR250RR 2023Honda CBR250RR 2023 is a 2 Seater Sport. it is available in 2 colors, 1 variants


Recent Updates of CBR250RR

The Honda CBR250RR has not yet been updated for the Malaysian market. However, the motorcycle’s 2023 edition has arrived in the Indonesian market and is expected to arrive in Malaysia soon. The 2023 CBR250RR has been updated both in terms of its appearance and powertrain. The bike now looks sportier and sharper with a more sporty and aggressive design and stance. There are changes made to the cylinder head which has increased the compression ratio, and improved the power figures which are now 42 hp at 13,000 rpm and 25 Nm of torque at 11,000 rpm, as compared to the previous model’s 40 hp and 25 Nm of torque. Honda CBR250RR Prices The Honda CBR250RR is a 2-seater sports bike. It’s available in a single model in Malaysia. The bike commands a price of RM 25,999, excluding road tax, insurance, and registration. Honda CBR250RR Features The Honda CBR250RR has a diamond-type body frame with dual-stepped seats. Other features include adjustable headlights, rear lights, and an engine check warning. The bike comes with Road and Race riding modes and ride-by-wire technology. The CBR250RR has a fully digital LCD instrument cluster. The bike runs on 17-inch radial wheels. Honda CBR250RR Engine Honda has retained the 2021 powertrain of the CBR250RR for the 2022 model. The bike is hauled by a 2-cylinder, 250cc engine which produces 41 Nm maximum power at 13,000 rpm and 25 Nm peak torque at 11,000 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with assist and slipper clutch. Honda CBR250RR Safety The Honda CBR250RR has hydraulic discs for braking, with two-channel antilock braking as standard. The motorcycle is mounted on non-adjustable upside-down forks in the front, while the rear is equipped with a five-step preload adjustable monoshock. Other safety features include engine check warnings, pass switch, and side reflectors. Honda CBR250RR Rivals The Honda CBR250RR has a number of competitors in its segment. These include the KTM RC200, Yamaha YZF-R2F, and the Kawasaki Ninja 250. The Honda CBR250RR also faces in-house competition from the CB250R and the CBR500R.


SOURCES: ZIGWHEELS

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