CB250R’s new suspension, slipper clutch, and more are all included in the new model.
Changes are taking place in Japan’s automobile industry. The Reiwa 2 emission standards, which are the same as Euro 5 or BS 6, will be fully implemented in the near future. Honda was forced to discontinue the iconic CB400 Super Four and Super Bol d‘Or, but the CB250R has received the necessary updates for 2022 thanks to the company’s efforts.
The 249cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine is at the heart of the bike. This motorcycle already sounds exciting, what with its 27 horsepower and 23 pound-feet of torque on tap and a curb weight of just 145 kilograms. To put that in perspective, the KTM 250 Duke weighs 25 kilograms less than this model, but only has 3 horsepower and 1 pound less torque.
Honda has also included Showa’s Big Piston Separate Function Front fork, in addition to a cleaner engine. The CB250R will now have a new slip and assist clutch and a gear indicator to make things even more exciting.
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Matte Gun Powder Black Metallic, Matte Pearl Agile Blue and Candy Chromosphere Red are the three new color options for the retro bike. The only difference is that the front fork casing, wheels, radiator shroud and headlight rim are all different colors.
You can get the same features, but with a bigger engine and a lot more power from the Honda CB300R, which isn’t likely to make its way to India. Consider the Suzuki Gixxer 250, Yamaha FZ25, and Bajaj Pulsar N250 if you’re looking for a quarter-liter naked bike.