Equipped with LCD display, LED lights, gear indicator, slipper clutch and more
Boon Siew Honda recently introduced the new Honda CB250R lightweight ‘Neo Sports Café’ bike.
Last updated in 2019, the new Honda CB250R comes with an LCD display which gives the bike a more modern outlook, and a gear positioning indicator that is clear and easy to read. The circular headlight on the other hand, comes in full LED with a dual-bar light signature giving the bike a very rugged front look.
The front suspension has been upgraded with 41mm Showa Separate Fork Function Big Piston (SFF-BP) USD forks. A pressure separation damper in one fork tube and a spring
mechanism in the other deliver high damper performance and lighter weight.
Thanks to the addition of a larger-sized piston, front-end feel, handling, braking, and bump absorption have all improved significantly claims Boon Siew Honda. Further complementing the package is the rear shock which offers a 5-step spring preload adjustment.
The CB250R is powered by a single-cylinder DOHC, four-valve engine with a six-speed gearbox, which is mated with a slipper clutch results in smoother gear shifting, especially through the downshifts.
Another noteworthy feature of The Honda CB250R is its two-channel ABS that is managed by an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) which ensures that the brake force is evenly distributed to both the front and rear wheels, minimizing rear wheel lift thus providing the rider full confidence an excellent control during braking.
That being said, the 2022 Honda CB250R will be available in a selection of two colours, namely Matt Gun Powder Black Metallic and Candy Chromosphere Red, with an asking price of RM23,999 on the road without insurance.