Honda CBR 250R Repsol Racing Replica bookings have started. This is the company’s limited edition as Repsol Honda RC213V has enjoyed success in this year’s Moto GP. Honda CBR 250R appeals to a niche set of buyers, and the brand value of this bike is one of the key attraction for buyers. Even Suzuki Gixxer SF is available with their racing livery and now Honda follows as well.

Honda CBR 250R Design

The 26 and 93 number options are likely to be made available on the Honda CBR 250R. The bike will get the exact same livery. Now, as this is a cosmetic upgrade only, there is no change in the design of the bike. The aggressive headlamp design makes it look so stylish.

The side profile looks appealing and the stepped seat stands out as well. In terms of design, the CBR 250R looks like the smaller version of the CBR that is already available with the Repsol livery. This is the same fully faired bike with a new colour scheme in a nutshell.

Also Read: Hero HX250 – New 250cc bike coming

Honda CBR 250R Racing Replica

Honda CBR 250R Engine

Again as this a cosmetic update, there are no changes to the mechanicals of the bike. The same 249cc engine will be powering the Honda CBR 250R Repsol Racing Replica bike. This is a fuel injected bike and it produces 26bhp of power and 22.9Nm of peak torque. This comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. This engine has been tuned for cruising with comfort on the highway and even for pushing it to the limit. The engine is butter smooth and is very easy to ride.

Also Read: Suzuki Gixxer 250 Coming to India

Honda CBR 250R Respol Replica Bookings 

The bookings for this version of the bike have just started. If you need to buy one, visit the nearest Honda dealership. The pricing should be about INR 10,000 to INR 15,000 more than the regular CBR 250R.

Also Read: Yamaha FZ 25 Price and Launch Date

Honda CBR 250R Top Speed

The Honda CBR 250R will have a top speed of about 130 km/hr. This will be as the sixth gear is tall and will help to add on to the top speed.

Also Read: Kawasaki Versys X-300 Price and Launch Date

Comments