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Honda CBR250RR Customized Concept showcased at 2017 Tokyo Motor Show

The Honda CBR250RR has been on sale for quite some time (not in India). At the ongoing 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, Honda Motor Company showcased a new Customized Concept of the CBR250RR.

Seen in a shade of white and with red stripes, the customized concept comes with the same overall design. Except for a few changes like new white alloys, racing tyres, race-spec Akrapovic exhaust, carbon fiber tyre hugger, etc.

Honda CBR250RR’s twin cylinder motor will be able to generate peak power of 38.7 at 12,500 rpm while the peak torque output stands at 23 Nm at 10,500 rpm. The latest Honda is propelled by a 249.7 cc twin-cylinder liquid-cooled engine which benefits from throttle-by-wire technology as expected. Transmission is a 6-speed unit. The engine breaths via 8-valves. Below is the detailed specs of the bike.

Honda CBR250RR Specs

Displacement249.7 cc
Type4-stroke, two-cylinder, 8-valve liquid and air-cooled motor with selectable 3-way engine mode settings
Bore x Stroke62.0 x 41.4 mm
Compression Ratio11.5: 1
ClutchWet Clutch with Coil Spring
Fuel InjectionPGM-FI
ThrottleAcceleration Sensor with Electric throttle-By-Wire
Length x Width x Height2,060 x 724 x 1,098 mm
Wheelbase1,389 mm
Seat Height790 mm
Ground Clearance145 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity14.5 litre
Oil Capacity1.9 litre
Frame, Brake and Suspension
FrameSteel pipe truss frame
Brakes (Front)310 mm disc single piston
Brakes (Rear)240 mm single disc, single piston
Front suspensionInverted forks
Rear suspensionPro-link suspension featuring 5-step preload
Tyre Size
Front Tyre110/70 – 17 54S
Rear Tyre140/70 – 17 66S

New Honda CBR250RR is 2,060 mm long, 724 mm wide, 1,098 mm tall and has a wheelbase of 1,389 mm. The motorcycle has a ground clearance and ride height of 145 mm and 790 mm respectively. The aggressive fuel tank can hold 14.5 litres.

Coming back to design, the CBR250RR is easily the sharpest looking quarter litre sportsbike on the planet right now. A tall windscreen, angry-looking headlamps, edgy fairing panels, sporty tailpiece with split seats and air-intakes, twin canister exhaust system and meaty tyres make up for a mean character.

Sadly, it is not on sale in India. Though, the bike was recently patented in India, but it is still not clear whether it will be launched here or not.

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