Honda CBR 250R and CBR 150R updated with new colors and graphics [Update]

Posted on: Aug 4, 2015 - 4:44pm IST

Update – New images added to the galleries.

No mechanical changes or equipment updates.

Along with the Honda CBR 650F, the company also revealed the Honda CBR 250R and CBR 150R with new graphics and exterior color options at the Revfest today.

2015 Honda CBR 250R front three quarter updated with new graphics and colors

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No mechanical changes or equipment updates have been reported so far. The CBR 250R continues to be powered by a liquid-cooled 250cc, 4-stroke, 4-valve single-cylinder DOHC engine delivering 26 bhp and 22.9 Nm torque, whereas the CBR 150R is powered by a 149.4 cc 4-stroke, 4-valve single-cylinder DOHC engine with 17.5 bhp and 12.7 Nm of torque.

Honda CBR 150R – Image Gallery

Honda CBR 250R – Image Gallery

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5 thoughts on “Honda CBR 250R and CBR 150R updated with new colors and graphics [Update]

  1. Akhil says:

    It is the worst color design scened…old color is better than new..stupid modification from honda. I am planned to buy cbr but when I see this I change my mind ..plan to by another bike.. pls honda change color pls


    I attended the Revfest….and came out with utter revulsion and mental convulsions indeed.Except 650 cc bike all other bikes are just horrible or bad to worse.My interest was cbr250r.I expected the face lifted version but to my shock they just showed the changed graphics and color of the stickers.The actual vehicles will be available in December and that too based on the volume of vehicles booked.I am utterly disappointed and regret booking my cbr250r.I came out of the venue sick ,tired and angry.Who the hell in the country buy such crap at such an exorbitant prices I just wonder.Honda mend your ways or its a matter of time you may have to bend in front of your competitors ,as on today you are nowhere near their knuckles or the side of the competitors vehicles.Shame on you for playing with the expectations of your loyal customers.Just for this small cosmetic changes you need not do such a huge hype and a launch party.
    Also ,you lacked minimum courtesy of even arranging chairs for the invites to sit and watch the program mes.Its a poorly organized and with least respect to the customers ,the REVOLUTIONARY FESTIVAL was organised.
    By launching old vehicles again with cosmetic changes and without any mechanical or ECU upgrades Honda exposes itself as low customer focused and least market driven company.
    I suspect that there is something seriously wrong wit the Honda India,launch genuinely new models or just perish from the market ..if not clients will sure throw you out from this country.My curse for you to doom Honda doom..

  3. Dr. Nayak says:

    I thought the cheap self-adhesive plastic labels were the strong point of Mahindra. When did Honda get into this? I guess when you don’t have anything new or useful, then the marketing guys will try to create something out of nothing! What next? Built in deity above the instrument cluster with a 24/7 low wattage LED lamp?

  4. Mridhul Kallingal says:

    such a shame… please tell honda.. that we could do better sticker works.. with our local shops…

    1. sumith says:

      Honda fooling customers by adding sticker jobs like hero. Hero Honda effect I say.


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