Honda Introduces CBR250R Repsol Racing Replica

CBR250R may not be the most appealing quarter liter motorcycle of India currently. The blame goes more into the brand than the motorcycle as a new generation motorcycle has been out in the international market from a long time. Honda has brought CBR250R Repsol Racing Replica to the country, which is practically nothing more than a new livery to the aged motorcycle. The motorcycle will be sold in two trims, Dani Pedrosa 26 and Marc Márquez 93.


Honda Introduces CBR250R Repsol Racing Replica

(Bookings are now open)

The new Edition is launched to celebrate the success of Honda in MotoGP 2016. Honda says that the motorcycle’s livery is inspired from RC213V and contains the MotoGP graphics as well as the matching paint scheme. The motorcycle was one of the favorite among Indian when it was launched back in 2011. It started showing its age when most other manufacturers launched new offerings in the sport bike section.

The motorcycle is powered by the same 249.6 cc, liquid cooled and fuel injected engine producing 26.15 BHP and 22.9 Nm of torque. It comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox and became popular with its accessible 780 mm of low seat height. It is no doubt one of the best sports tourer by its engine values in the country but a new edition has been on sale in the international markets from a long time. It claims 145 kmph of top speed and weighs 163 kg.

Key Specs of Honda CBR250R

  • Displacement: 249.6 cc
  • Maximum Power: 26.15 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 22.9 Nm @ 7000 rpm
  • No. of Cylinders: 1
  • No. of Gears: 6
  • Seat Height: 780 mm
  • Ground Clearance: 145 mm
  • Kerb/Wet Weight: 163 kg
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 13 litres
  • Top Speed: 145 kmph
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Complete Specifications & Details Review:

Official Press Release – New Delhi, 16 November, 2016: Celebrating Honda’s phenomenal success at the MotoGP 2016 Season, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) today announced the bookings open for the new limited edition CBR 250R – ‘The Repsol Honda Racing Replica Limited Edition’.

The new edition of the CBR 250R will be available in two different versions: Marc Márquez 93 and Dani Pedrosa 26. The bookings can be made at any of the Honda Exclusive Authorised Dealerships across India. Inspired by the legendary RC213V itself the new ‘Racing Replica Limited Edition’ sports an all new paint scheme with MotoGP graphics signifying the legacy of Marc Márquez(93) and Dani Pedrosa(26).

The CBR 250R is powered by a liquid-cooled 250cc, 4-stroke, 4-valve single -cylinder DOHC engine delivers 26 BHP power and 22.9 Nm [email protected] 7000RPM. Powered by Combined Anti-lock Braking System, CBR 250R comes with an electronically controlled fuel injection technology – PGM-FI that significantly enhances the performance and fuel efficiency while the O2 Sensor and Catalytic converter makes the CBR 250R Eco-friendly meeting the Euro IV Emission norms. With unrivalled comfort, superb throttle and fun of maneuvering, CBR 250R is sure to woo the riders’ senses.

Commenting on the introduction of new edition of the CBR 250R, Mr. Yadvinder Singh Guleria- Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. said, “After witnessing the exemplary performance and success of Repsol Honda Team at the at the 2016 MotoGP season, we wanted to offer customers and racing enthusiasts, a unique experience of owning their very own Repsol Racing Replica motorcycle. We have adopted Team Repsol Honda paint & graphic scheme directly inspired by the legendary RC213V including the numbers of our star riders, Marc Márquez and Dani Pedrosa.”

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The 2016 season of the MotoGP has been extremely successful for the Repsol Honda Team with Marc Márquez securing 12 podiums finishes and 5 pole positions. The 23-year-old Marc Marquez received MotoGP World Champion trophy after taking the title in October at the Twin Ring Motegi. Honda has also won the Constructors title in the 2016 MotoGP World Championship.

CBR250R Infographic

Honda CBR250R Infographic

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