Honda CBR250R Review

Honda CBR250R has been brought by Honda in the market with a sole intention of providing new life to motorcycling and the effort has been successful. This is a cheap, loyal and yet stylish workhorse which is not limited to category ‘A’ license holders, but just anyone who wishes to ride a simple, but modern-dressed machine with a capability of giving high mpg returns.

Brakes and Ride Quality

Honda CBR250 has big-bike appearance and a delightful ride quality. If you don’t have extraordinarily long legs, you get a roomy seating position. You can pick up and move about your legs and also get sufficient seat room to move backward to have room for long arms. Thus you get guaranteed comfort and a sensation of riding a high-barred 600 instead of a pumped up 125. The bike features a plush suspension rather than soft and soggy.

Style and Design

The first looks of the CBR250R wins your heart with its handsome and macho looks! It’s a Y-shaped edgy big headlights looks similar to much costly VFR1200F. The sporty integrated cowl is extremely aerodynamic. The bike also hosts black rear view mirrors. The transparent front visor makes it look more charismatic. All in all, the whole body of the bike is neat and clean with a few graphics. And to add to the neatness of the color combination, there are the alloy wheels with matte-black finish and stainless steel silencer.


The instrument console of CBR250R is very advanced and totally outdates the Ninja250R’s analogue instrument console. This console is coated with silver finishing and features a rectangular LCD with a blue rear light and a sporty analogue tachometer. The LCD contains odometer, digital speedometer, fuel gauge and trip meter. The console is easily legible and even has a few LED indicator lights.

Gearbox and Engine

CBR250R features a liquid cooled, 1-cylinder 250cc engine. The 4-valve, 4-stroke DOHC engine yields a peak power of 26.15 bhp at 8,500 rpm and a modest 22.9NM torque at 7,000 rpm. The engine sports a 6-speed manual gearbox with a 1-gear-down and 5-gear-up-shift pattern.


This bike uses a very refined engine which provides an enthusiastic performance. While the power production of this engine is lower than that of Ninja 250R, it’s not a major problem since the optimum power of CBR250R can be accomplished much before Ninja. The bike gives quick throttle response and there is no waiting for power. The massive torque is an added advantage that comes as early as 7,000 rpm. is a place to get all the information like Honda CBR price and all other details.

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