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2011 HONDA CBR250R IN MALAYSIA NEXT YEAR

By • Dec 20th, 2010 • Category: Vehicles

 

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If you’re looking for an affordable, smart, capable and fun way to enjoy life on two wheels, The answer is the all-new Honda CBR250R a scaled down VFR1200F from some angles. The fuel-injected CBR250R offers everything you want in a first-time bike: Light weight, powerband, immensely user-friendly motorcycle, excellent fuel economy superbike and the most affordable 250cc. This bike also features combined ABS, which is a first in its class. PGM-FI also included as standard along with the all new liquid-cooled DOHC 4-valve 250cc engine. Currently Honda Malaysia Website has updated their website with images of 2011 Honda CBR250R which is going to be introduced soon in Malaysia estimate at early 2011.

2011 HONDA CBR 250R IN MALAYSIA

2011 HONDA CBR250R IN MALAYSIA NEXT YEAR

The new Honda CBR250R road sports model manufactured in Thailand and India has launch sales in November and exports will take it to over 20 countries. This CBR250R will have the largest engine displacement of any vehicle produced by Thai Honda Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (Thai Honda), Honda’s motorcycle production company in Thailand, and will be its first full-fledged road sports model. Following in the footsteps of last year’s PCX 125cc scooter produced and sold by Thai Honda, the CBR250R will be launched as a global model for export to a wide range of countries such as the ASEAN countries, Japan, Europe, North America, and Australia. In Japan, the CBR250R is scheduled to begin sales in the spring of 2011.

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Meanwhile, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (Pvt.) Ltd. will also start production of the CBR250R next spring and extend sales from India to South America. Honda will also offer the CBR250R at a more affordable price in the diversified Indian motorcycle market by effectively carrying out global procurement of parts and materials in the same way as Thai Honda. Honda has developed the short stroke, 249cc, DOHC, 4-stroke and single-cylinder engine for the CBR250R from scratch. Its fuel injected, liquid cooled and is allied to a 6-speed gearbox. While peak power made by the new engine will be close to 25.8bhp at 8500rpm in India, the maximum torque figure should be around 2.3kgm at 7000rpm.

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Since the new CBR250R is a reliable Honda, it’s full of features few other bikes in its class can match. And it offers a build quality that means you’ve got dependable cross-town or cross-country transportation and a fun factor that’s off the chart. Best of all, the new CBR250R is available in two versions: the CBR250R and the CBR250R ABS with Honda Anti-lock Brake System – a first for the segment and a really valuable option that both first-timers and experienced riders will appreciate.

The CBR250R is equipped with a newly-developed liquid-cooled 250cc 4-stroke 4-valve single-cylinder DOHC engine that is easy to handle. High environmental performance that meets Euro 3 emission standards and Thailand’s sixth emission standards was realized by adopting an electronically controlled fuel injection system (PGM-FI*1) as well as an O2 sensor and taking advantage of the combined effect with a catalyzer fitted inside the exhaust pipe. A diamond type, steel pipe frame is deployed on the CBR250R, with 37mm diameter telescopic front fork suspension and a Pro-link monoshock rear system. The riding position is upright, with suspension feeling plush and conducive to daily commuting.

CBR 250R

The full-cowl body presents a highly advanced design full of functional beauty. The light and compact frame, made of a highly-rigid diamond shape in a truss structure, offers agile handling and steady maneuverability as a sports model, while the cowl design enables optimal control of the wind toward the engine or the rider.

Performance is meaty through the powerband, with good mid range and the effortless ability to rev briskly over 10,000rpm. Enthusiasts will enjoy the new Honda’s perfectly sorted gearbox, top speed of over 140kph and an effortless cruising ability at speeds of 120kph.

In India, Honda is offering the CBR250R with front and rear disc brakes, plus the safety of combined ABS as a paid option. Expect the new motorcycle to be attractively priced, Honda aiming to sell a non ABS, CBR250R for an on-road price in the region of Rs 1.5lakh in India, making this high quality bike an attractive proposition.

video CBR250R ride at India

courtasy: autocarindia

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