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2013 Honda CBR250R, 2-Wheeled Affordable Fun

2013 marks the comeback of the small-to-medium displacement bikes, and among the most expected and coveted bikes we find the 2013 Honda CBR250R. This bike is a scaled-down version of the bigger CBR siblings, but it retains the sporty attitude and eye-pleasing looks.
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With two available versions, one standard and one equipped with ABS, the 2013 Honda CBR250R will surely make a lot of fans. The single-cylinder engine packs a 249.4cc displacement and is a liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve unit, boasting all the new technological advances one might expect to meet in the big bikes.

A 38mm throttle body is fueled by Honda's patented PGM-FI system and the 2013 Honda CBR250R engine can attain a no-nonsense 10.7:1 compression. The rear suspension is backed by a Pro-Link single shock with no less than 5 preload settings for various types of roads and bike load.

The 2013 Honda CBR250R weighs 357 lbs (less than 162 kg) and comes in four color schemes: red, black, Honda tricolor and the eye-candy Repsol tones. Base price is $4,199 (€3,280) for standard and some $500 (€390) more for ABS.

 
 
 
 
 

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