2018 Honda CBR250R Standard and Dual-channel ABS variants are priced at Rs 1.63 lakh and Rs 1.93 lakh respectively.
Prices of the new 2018 Honda CBR250R have finally been revealed by the bikemaker. The 2018 model year of the bike is available in two variants – Standard and Dual-channel ABS – priced at Rs 1.63 lakh and 1.93 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. For 2018 model year, the full faired motorcycle receives minor graphic and feature updates including the full LED headlamp with position lamp and two new colour schemes with contrasting graphics. Check Out – Honda Activa 5G Pictures & Details
Just so you know, the Japanese bikemaker unveiled the new CBR250R at the Delhi Auto Expo alongside the new Activa 5G, PCX electric scooter and X Blade 160cc motorcycle. Ever since its launch in 2011, the Honda CBR250R was admired among enthusiasts for its daily commuting and occasional tourering capabilities. The bike was discontinued last year due to lack of BSIV engine upgrade.
|Standard||Rs 1.63 lakh|
|Dual-channel ABS||Rs 1.93 lakh|
As mentioned above, the new CBR250R comes in two trims the Standard model and the Dual-channel ABS. While the former has been priced at Rs 1.63 lakh, the latter one costs Rs 1.93 lakh (all, ex-showroom Delhi). At this price, the 2018 CBR250R will face challenge from bikes like UM Renegade, Royal Enfield Thunderbird and Yamaha Fazer 25.
|Engine||249.6cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled|
|Max Power||26bhp @ 8500rpm|
|Max Torque||22.9Nm @ 7000rpm|
No mechanical changes have been made to the bike. It continues to derive power from the same 249.6cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine benefited with fuel injection system. This BSIV compliant motor produces a top power of 26bhp at 8500rpm, while generating 22.9Nm of peak torque at 7000rpm. Paired to a 6-speed gearbox, it can attain a top speed of 135kmph. Read – Upcoming Honda Bikes in India
Visually, the 2018 Honda CBR250R looks slightly more refreshing than the old model. The entirely new body graphics and sporty colour schemes enhance its new looks. The bike is now available in four colour options – Matte Axis Metallic with Mars Orange, Sports Red, Matte Axis Grey Metallic with Striking Green and Pearl Sports Yellow. While it gets all-LED headlight, the optional dual channel ABS and other features are carried over from old model. Read – Honda Bikes & Scooters At Auto Expo 2018
The 2018 model year continues to use the diamond frame chassis with telescopic front fork and rear Pro Link monoshock suspension unit. It comes fitted with the same 17-inch alloy wheels and 110/70-17M/C front and 140/70-17M/C rear wheels. Braking is done via a 296mm front and a 220mm rear disc brake with optional dual-channel ABS (Anti-lock braking system).
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