Boon Siew Honda has announced that the road-going enduro-style Honda CRF250L, which is powered by a liquid-cooled, four-stroke DOHC single-cylinder 250cc engine, will arrive in showrooms at the end of this month. Mention of its intended arrival on these shores was made back in February when the CBR1000RR and 2012 Gold Wing were officially unveiled.

It’s based on the legendary XL series and is equipped with a semi-double cradle steel frame chassis, and transmission consists of a new six-speed gearbox and clutch that has been designed to cope with the demands of off-road riding.

Features include disc brakes, a Pro-Link rear suspension and Showa shock absorbers as well as 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels. The CRF250L, which is available in Extreme Red, will go for RM22,688.

Speaking of the CBR1000RR, the 999cc inline-four superbike is available starting from today for RM96,500 (in Pearl Sunbeam White) and RM95,900 (in Victory Red and Graphite Black) for the non-ABS versions, while the C-ABS-equipped variant goes for RM107,600 in Pearl Sunbeam White and RM107,000 in Victory Red and Graphite Black. The prices look to have been revised slightly from the point of introduction in February.