2011 Honda CBR250R US Pricing Announced

The very much anticipated Honda CBR250R model has caused a stir among worldwide motorcycling enthusiasts when it made its world debut at the EICMA show in Milan last month. The small-displacement sportbike, which is being produced at Honda’s plant in Thailand, is scheduled to arrive at US dealerships next spring.

American Honda has therefore released pricing information on its new star, with the standard model to come with an affordable $3,999 tag, while the ABS-equipped version is coming in at $4,499. The model will come available in in Metallic Black and Red/Silver.

The Canadian division is, however, offering the CBR250R at CN$4,499 while the ABS version is priced at CN$4,999, which matches the price of the non-ABS Ninja 250R.

The all-new CBR250R model is powered by a newly-developed liquid-cooled 249cc 4-stroke 4-valve single-cylinder DOHC engine coupled with a six-speed transmission, thanks to Honda’s Programmed Fuel Injection System (PGM-FI) as well as an oxygen sensor, accompanied by a catalyzer fitted inside the exhaust pipe.

The Combined ABS is world first for a 250cc-class road sports model, making the bike more stable by bringing together a Combined Brake System (CBS) and an Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS).

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India will also start production of the CBR250R next spring and extend sales from India to South America.

“Whether the day calls for a commute to work, quick trips around town or all-day explorations in the countryside, the CBR250R is a great way to get acquainted with the many faces of motorcycling, all at an affordable price,” Honda describes the CBR250R.
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