Japanese manufacturer Honda had displayed the eclectic new CBR250RR concept at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The model dropped jaws when it was revealed in its production form during a bloggers meet held last month, and has now made its way to the ongoing 2016 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS).
Powering the motorcycle is a 249.7 cc four stroke four valve straight-twin DOHC motor which sends power to the rear wheel with the help of a six speed transmission. Power figures are yet to be disclosed even as it is likely to be in the range of 35 hp while the instrument panel on the motorcycle shows a redline of 14,000 pm.
Noteworthy features on the new CBR250RR include, dual channel ABS, Throttle-By-Wire, three riding modes, USD telescopic forks upfront, a Pro-link suspension with a five step pre-load for the rear, dual LED headlamps and a two piece LED tail light.
Once launched, the model will be available in 3 colour schemes – Mate Gunpowder Metallic, Racing Red and Anchor Grey Metallic. The new Honda CBR250RR will soon take on the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 250 and the Yamaha R25. The model will be launched in the Japanese market as well. Unfortunately though, the new CBR250RR will not be making its way to India anytime soon , according to a senior official from HMSI.
Following is an image gallery for the Honda CBR250RR showcased at the GIIAS:
Images courtesy: Paultan