A Honda CBR250R owner has posted an ad on Team-BHP Classifieds, stating that he wants to sell his motorcycle. Located in Purnia, Bihar, the bike has done about 15,900 kms till now and according to the owner, is in a top-notch condition.
As per the ad posted, everything seems to be fine with the bike. The owner has maintained service record, has comprehensive insurance policy till October 2017, has a new battery, has always been serviced at a Honda authorized center, has new Michelin tyres, and to top it all – has never been dropped.
So far, so good. Now coming to the most important question. Why do you want to sell the bike. Here the owner has an interesting answer. This is what the owner says – “It is a Honda and has got me bored, it is just so reliable and I am looking for a change now.”
Yes. As shocking as it may sound to some, this is the reason the CBR250R you seen in the above image is up for sale. If interested in buying this ‘boring bike’, you can head to Team-BHP classifieds and contact the owner.
The current generation Honda CBR250R was first launched in 2011. Assembled only in India and Thailand, it is one of the most refined quarter litre sports bike on offer in the market today, claims Honda. In India, Honda CBR250R rivals the likes of KTM RC200, Kawasaki Z250, Kawasaki Ninja 300, Hyosung GT250R, and Bajaj Pulsar RS200.
Honda CBR250R is powered by a 249.6cc engine offering 27.8 bhp power at 9,000rpm and 23 Nm torque at 7,500rpm, the engine is mated to a 6 speed gearbox. Apart from meeting local demand, India made Honda CBR250R is also exported to markets of Latin America such as Mexico, Chile and Peru.