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Honda CBR250 India Launch In April 2011 – Detailed Specifications Features & Price

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Honda, one of the leading manufacturer of cars in India known for its highly refined engines has officially announced of its entrance into the Indian two wheeler sector with Honda CBR250R as its first powerful offering. Across the world the bike has already received immense appraisal and its the turn of the Indian market now to welcome it.

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As announced by the company,April 2011 will be the month of its introduction into our market and it will compete against the Kawasaki Ninja 250R and the very recent Mahindra Mojo 300CC. The Ninja on one hand costs around Rs. 3 Lakh INR whereas the Mojo is priced at 1.75 Lakh.

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Specifications Of 2011 Honda CBR250R

Name Honda CBR250R
Overall length × Overall width × Overall height (m) 2.035 × 0.720 × 1.125
Wheelbase (m) 1.370
Ground clearance (m) 0.145
Seat height (m) 0.780
Curb weight (kg) 161 (STD) 165 (ABS)
Riding capacity (No. of people) 2
Minimum turning radius (m) 2.5
Engine type CS250RE, liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC single cylinder
Displacement (cm³) 249
Bore × Stroke (mm) 76.0 × 55.0
Compression ratio 10.7
Fuel supply system Programmed fuel injection system (PGM-FI)
Starter type Self-starter
Ignition type Full-transistor battery ignition
Lubricating type Wet sump
Fuel tank capacity (L) 13
Clutch type Wet multiplate with coil springs
Transmission type Constant mesh 6-speed return
Transmission gear ratio 1-speed 3.333
2-speed 2.118
3-speed 1.571
4-speed 1.304
5-speed 1.115
6-speed 0.963
Reduction gear ratio (primary, secondary) 2.808 / 2.714
Caster angle/Trail (mm) 25º00´/ 95
Tire size Front 110/70-17M/C
Rear 140/70-17M/C
Brake type Front Hydraulic disk
Rear Hydraulic disk
Suspension type Front Telescopic
Rear Swing arm (Pro-link suspension system)
Frame type Diamond

Features Of 2011 Honda CBR250R

  • The CBR250R’s single-cylinder engine produces a remarkably broad torque curve with peak torque generated at an easily accessible 7000 rpm. Peak horsepower kicks in at 8500 rpm, well before the 10,500-rpm redline—further testimony to the wide spread of power. Such power characteristics facilitate easy, responsive operation while also returning impressive fuel economy.
  • Engine countershaft sits lower than the mainshaft to further reduce the front-to-back engine dimension.
  • Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) continuously monitors several variables to ensure the correct fuel mixture for the existing riding and atmospheric conditions, thereby delivering optimal performance and remarkably crisp throttle response over a wide range of operating conditions, plus increased fuel economy.
  • Thanks to its single-cylinder configuration, the CBR250R incorporates a light, compact and fuel-efficient powerplant, resulting in an overall package that is remarkably compact and nimble for intuitive handling dynamics.
  • Diamond twin-spar steel frame plus a 37mm front fork and Pro-Link® single-shock rear suspension provide impressive handling and a comfortable ride.
  • ABS version available for enhanced braking characteristics.
  • Base weight of only 359 pounds gives the CBR250R outstanding maneuverability and helps instill rider confidence.
  • Stylish full fairing with windscreen deflects the oncoming wind to boost rider comfort.
  • Sporting ergonomics keep the rider perched in a well-balanced seating position to deliver a natural feel and comfortable stance even over daylong rides.
  • Full-sized 17-inch cast wheels return big-bike feel and handling traits.
  • Fuel capacity of 3.4 gallons gives the CBR250R a cruising range of more than 200 miles.
  • An external fuel filter maximizes fuel tank capacity while also easing fuel filter maintenance.
  • Grab rails on the tail section are designed to fit gloved hands, giving passengers a dedicated handhold while riding two-up.
  • A handy underseat storage area adds to the CBR250R’s versatility.
  • Multi-function digital instrument pod includes speedometer, tachometer, engine temperature display, fuel gauge, clock, odometer and trip meter.

Price Of 2011 Honda CBR250R In India

check out – Honda CBR250R Official Prices In India

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  • hansraj patel

    im intersted to buy the new honda cbr250 kindly tell me when it going to launch in india an what will be the price of this bike

  • ahtesham

    am intrested to buy this bike honda cbr250 so please tell me when it will be going to launch in india and what will be the price of this bike……….please do reply

  • Atul

    Well, its April 2011, CBR250R is launched with 2 versions, standard and ABS. Standard is priced at Rs. 1.60 lakhs approx whereas ABS is about Rs. 1.90. lakh. However, the dealers are stating the deliveries “may” start in May 2011! The Bike will at least be available to see after the “official” launch around mid-April.

    Hope this helps.

  • dinesh

    hi i will booking this bike 5th jan and i am very exited for that mashin .

  • arun bajpai

    i m intrested in buying cbr 250r…can u provide me with any dealer in lucknow or a near – by sector…i be more than happy to receive your advise…thanks a lot…

  • manas

    want for a test-drive?

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