Honda CBR250RR’s power figure revealed ahead of launch
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The CBR250RR is not planned for India currently.
MoreBikes has gotten hold of a document which reveals the power figure and kerb weight of the Honda CBR250RR. According to the document, the Honda CBR250RR makes 36 bhp at 12,500 rpm, and has a respectable kerb weight of 168 kg. In comparison, the Kawasaki Ninja 250SL develops 28 bhp.
Other details confirm that the Honda CBR250RR will come with a tank capacity of 14.5 litres, maximum torque of 22.5 Nm at 10,500 rpm and a 12V battery. According to the report, the CBR250RR will have a top-speed of 168 km/h. Honda will also launch a range of clothing and accessories to go with the new bike.
Powering the Honda CBR250RR, is a newly developed 249.7 cc PGM-FI liquid-cooled straight-twin engine that sends drive via a 6-speed transmission. The engine is operated by a Throttle-by-Wire (TBW) system that offers three selectable modes. Stopping power comes from 310 mm (front) and 240 mm (rear) disc brakes with optional ABS (both front and rear).
According to a report, the Honda CBR250RR will not launch in the Indian market, at least in the foreseeable future. However, the Honda Africa Twin will be introduced in the country by mid-2017 as a CBU offering.
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