2019 Honda CBR250RR Feature Review – Futuristic Quarter Liter Sportbike
Honda CBR250R is the quarter-liter Sportbike that ruling Asia from quite a long. In the success of that legendary small sports machine, the new and updated Honda CBR250RR born. Hence covering the 2019 updates here we are featuring 2019 Honda CBR250RR Feature Review.
Honda CBR250RR – Overview
The predecessor Honda CBR250R is the single cylinder quarter liter sports motorcycle. The machine was born in 2011 from A.P. Honda Thailand. The motorcycle successfully covered the Asian market along with few parts of the European and American market.
In the success of that single cylinder machine, the bigger CBR300R released to tackle Europe and American market. Hence another biggest change came while launching the all-new twin-cylinder 2017 Honda CBR250RR in 2016 from PT-Astra Honda Motor, Indonesia.
The new Honda CBR250RR came with all new design and appearance. Therefore, the motorcycle featured with all new frame and brand new parallel twin engine. Hence with greater bodywork and greater engine performance the motorcycle presented with all-new updated features.
2019 Honda CBR250RR – All New Razor Sharp Bodywork
The new Honda CBR250RR came with brand new bodywork all over its exteriors. From head to tail it’s edgy and sharp like a razor. Therefore, the entire appearance of the bike is muscular, scalped, dented and panels are multiple sliced with serious edges.
From both sides this new model of CBR is designed iconic to Honda’s CBR series. It‘s also quite similar to new Honda CBR500RR. Hence, from the front, it’s enhanced with robotic arrowhead and the tail is something like alien ship multi-layered anchor.
The front end is too much aggressive with the huge size of headlamp assembly and aerodynamic winglet. The headlamp unit designed unique with integrated DRL and turn signals with all LED setup. The negative display ODO is another unique cluster that is fully digital after the shorter windshield.
Here the rider seat is placed in the pocket between the bigger multi-curved edgy fuel tank and hi-raised tail part. Further pillion seating option is not ignored but it’s minimal with too much compact sporty tail. The end is LED fitted multi-sliced tail and curvy with side scoops.
Coming to the rest of the body panels all are aggressive, muscled, edgy and tunneled with multiple air vents. Furthermore, another gorgeous part that flashes the tail side is the silver crowned double barrel huge looking exhaust. Hence entirely the new machine is too much edgy, bloated and sharpened in decals.
2019 Honda CBR250RR – New Frame, Wheel, Brake & Suspension System
The new Honda CBR250RR is an all-new motorcycle that exactly different than the older generation of CBR250R. The machine structured basing a brand new lightweight truss frame. The steel pipe truss frame is significantly lighter but stronger that ensures maximum stiffness and stability.
Accordingly, the swing arm also redesigned. Now it’s aluminum gull arm that a bit sliced in the right side to get better placement of the bulky exhaust pipe. Here the wheels are featured with light weighted 7-spoke aluminum alloy rims with wider tubeless type tires. The tires are 110mm in front and 140mm in the rear
The braking system of the new machine all are hydraulic with large disk setup both in front and rear. Furthermore, the bike comes in two options like Standard Non-ABS and another is ABS version. Hence in ABS version, the motorcycle comes with dual channel ABS in its both front and rear brakes.
Coming to the suspension system, the motorcycle comes with Upside Down (USD) telescopic fork suspension in front. The forks are made by SHOWA Indonesia. Here the rear unit is mono that unites with aluminum swingarm through Pro-Link system. The rear setup is also adjustable with five steps preloads.
2019 Honda CBR250RR – Engine Feature & Performances
The new Honda CBR250RR is an all-new machine that comes with newly developed parallel-twin engine & electronic updates. The engine is a four-stroke and liquid cooled engine that featured with DOHC 8-valves. Hence, this Supersports tuned engine compresses in the ratio of 11.5:1 where the fuel supplied by the PGM-FI injection system.
This highly calibrated engine profiled with higher rev characteristics. Hence with significant high rev operation, it produces the peak power of 28.5kw@12,500RPM and the torque of 23.3NM@11,000RPM. So, you can see the performance figures are leveled in a higher line that’s twisting in terms of quarter-liter engine.
Coming to the electronic updates the throttle cut off the conventional cable control system. Honda adopted the TBW, therefore, Throttle-By-Wire to offer optimal control in any throttle position. The feature shadowed from the bigger RC213V model and CBR250RR is the first quarter-liter model that has a TBW system.
Hence Accelerator Position Sensor (APS) positioned in throttle-bar that detects the twisting position and send signals to the ECU. Thus the ECU controls the entire intake and fuel injection system electronically. So this feature brings a more précised feel when rolling in situations.
New Downdraft Intake & 3-Step Riding Mode
Coming to the next, the engine intake system also enhanced in a new dimension. Honda adopted downdraft air intake design in this new power grinder. Here the air box is larger with superbike inspired front air intake tunnel. Later the dual intake channel is directly forwarded to the intake valves. Resulting, the new design allows a bulk RAM and shorter path for the air-fuel mixture.
Finally, in this new machine, Honda provided three different engine modes like Comfort, Sport & Sport+. Accordingly, riders have the freedom to avail economy, moderate and thrust riding mode. Hence the rider can run in the economy or further can run in the optimum frequency of fun. So whatever the rider’s choice, with updated intake channel and developed electronic mapping the engine provides responsive solid acceleration and superior performances.
2019 Honda CBR250RR – Specification & Dimensions
|Specification||2019 Honda CBR 250RR|
|Engine||Four Stoke, Liquid Cooled, Parallel Twin Cylinder Engine|
|Bore x Stroke||62.0mm x 41.4mm|
|Valve System||DOHC 8-Valve|
|Maximum Power||28.5KW (38.7PS) @ 12,500RPM|
|Maximum Torque||23.3NM (2.4kgfm) @ 11,000RPM|
|Fuel Supply||PGM-FI, Throttle Sytem: Throttle-By-Wire System with Accelerator|
|Starting Method||Electric Start|
|Clutch Type||Wet, Multiple-Disc|
|Lubrication||Forced Lubrication, Wet Sump|
|Transmission||Return Type 6 Speed ; 1-N-2-3-4-5-6|
|Frame Type||Steel Tube Truss Frame|
|Dimension (LxWxH)||2,060mm x 724mm x 1,098mm|
|Weight||168Kg (ABS), 165Kg (STD),|
|Fuel Capacity||14.5 Liters|
|Engine Oil||1.90 Liters|
Wheel, Brake & Suspension
|Suspension (Front/Rear)||Showa USD Telescopic Fork Suspension|
/ 5-Way Adjustable Mono Suspension with Pro-Link System
Aluminum Swing Arm
|Brake system (Front/Rear)||Hydraulic with 310mm Disk, Dual Piston Clipper|
/ Hydraulic with 240mm Disk, Single Piston Clipper
(Both STD & ABS Type)
|Tire size (Front / Rear)||Front: 110/70-17 54S|
Rear: 140/70-17 66S
|Battery||12V 7Ah, MF|
*All the specifications are subject to change upon company rules, policy, offer & promotion. BikeBD is not liable for the changes.
2019 Honda CBR250RR – The Supersports RR Features
The new Honda CBR250RR is the smallest Sportsbike from Honda that carries the Supersports suffix RR. Hence, the model clutched many features to cope with modern trends. So here are the bulleted elements that will make a glance of the new bike.
- Unique cutting edge sharp styling presenting a strong and fast appearance.
- Extensive aerodynamic characteristics that cover the entire exterior.
- All the lights and signals come with low power consuming LED setup.
- Full digital dynamic instrument cluster with futuristic negative display.
- Newly developed lightweight steel truss frame and updated suspension system.
- Brand new Parallel-Twin engine & electronic system that provides class leading super sports performances.
- A new design of downdraft intake channel that ensures superior throttle response and linear performances even in economy mode.
- Throttle control omitted the old cable feature and adopted Throttle-By-Wire electronic throttle control system along with Accelerator Position Sensor.
- The new bike featured with 3-way selectable riding mode to ride in the economy, moderate and power mode.
- Design cues from Honda’s Lightweight Super Sports Concept; hence handling and controlling characteristics nimble, easy, and comfortable.
The new 2019 Honda CBR250RR the entire package tagged with “Total Control”. Hence the new CBR250RR is more specific in feature and characteristics that allow exclusive performance in its class. Again, along with the new frame, engine, design, and electronics, it allows an optimum level of fun & control. Thus the new Super Samurai taking its gorgeous position in quarter liter Supersports category.