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Honda CBR250RR world premieres – BREAKING (Video)

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The motorcycle features throttle-by-wire technology.

The Honda CBR250RR has finally made its world premiere in Indonesia today. A quick first glance is more than enough to ascertain that the fully faired supersports motorcycle doesn’t disappoint.

Most of the renderings got the design spot on. As expected, the CBR250RR is essentially a marginally watered down version of the Lightweight Super Sports concept.

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The motorcycle will be available in ABS and non-ABS versions.

The 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.

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 power and torque figures of the engine that breaths via 8-valves have not been revealed yet.

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The CBR250RR’s output figures are yet to be revealed.

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.

USD front fork and rear monoshock constitute the suspension system while braking is courtesy of front and rear petal discs. Higher variant will offer ABS.

Further read – 2016 Honda CBR250RR Price, Photos, Videos, Details and Official Release

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  • Truly devastating….!!!!
    Never expected this from Honda, but sadly it wont make it to India in near future

    • Net Troll

      Honda already showed the middle finger when they launched their 650 for absurd price, time for Indian companies to actually manufacture some bikes that can meet and exceed the quality of the Japs.