More news from the local two-wheels front as Boon Siew Honda announces updated new colour schemes for both the CB250R and CRF250 Rally quarter-litre machines today.
It’s worth noting that these updates on both models are cosmetic only, so there aren’t any changes as far as powertrain and features go.
Starting with the smallest offering from the mighty red wing marque’s ‘Neo Sport Café’ line up, the Honda CB250R sees its colourway choices count upped to three. Included now is a new ‘Graphite Black’ option plus an updated ‘Candy Chromosphere Red’ one on top of the existing silver hue option.
All three choices sees the CB250R’s Showa upside down front forks sporting a new bronze finish. There’s also a tasty new set of bronze-finished wheels available too, but these are offered exclusively for the refreshed red hue option, with said combination rightfully commanding a slightly higher basic price tag of RM23,499 as well.
Both the black and silver choices, on the other hand, retain the same base price as before, which start from RM22,999.
On to the CRF250 Rally, this purpose-built and off-road-ready quarter-litre adventure machine sees both its red and black colourway options updated with new stripes graphics inspired by its bigger CRF450 Rally Dakar racer twin.
Apart from that, there aren’t any changes to report with this quarter-litre off-roader including its base price, which remains at RM26,999. By the way, all prices stated includes a two-year or 20,000km warranty coverage from Boon Siew Honda.