2024 Honda CBR250RR updated for Malaysia, RM27.9k

2024 Honda CBR250RR updated for Malaysia, RM27.9k

2024 Honda CBR250RR Honda Tricolor

Updated for the Malaysia quarter-litre sportsbike market is the 2024 Honda CBR250RR, priced at RM27,999, up from RM25,999 previously. The CBR250RR comes with a modest power upgrade of 1.34 hp achieved through an increased compression ratio, larger inlet port throat diameter, optimised piston and oil ring tension, along with revised valve timing and lift.

The increase in compression ratio from 12.1:1 to 12.5:1 was achieved through reducing the combustion volume from 7.55 cc to 7.0 cc. The inlet port throat diameter sees a similar bump from 21.4 mm to 21.6 mm, smoothening out engine response.

This gives the CBR250RR’s 249 cc two-cylinder mill 41.57 hp at 13,000 rpm with a maximum torque of 25 Nm at 11,000 rpm. Power gets to the ground via a six-speed gearbox equipped with a slip and assist clutch and quickshifter, with drive to the rear wheel by chain.

Coming as standard is Showa Separate Function Fork – Big Piston (SFF-BP) with 37 mm diameter upside-down fork legs. The rear end of the CBR250RR is held up by a monoshock, adjustable for preload.

Braking is done with single hydraulic discs front and rear, with two-channel ABS as standard. The CBR250RR rolls on 17-inch wheels, wearing 110/70 and 1450/70 rubber, front and rear respectively.

The new body panels on the CBR250RR takes inspiration from the CBR1000RR-R superbike, with riding posture canted forwards and aggressive sharp edges. Inside the cockpit, an LCD screen displays all the necessary information while LED lighting is used throughout.

2024 Honda CBR250RR updated for Malaysia, RM27.9k

2024 Honda CBR250RR Mat Zodiac Blue Metallic

With a seat height of 780 mm, the CBR250RR carries 14.5-liters of fuel in the tank and the whole package weighs 189 kg. Colour options for the CBR250RR in Malaysia are Mat Zodiac Blue Metallic with black wheels and Honda Tricolor with gold wheels.

Rolling on 17-inch wheels shod in 110/70 and 140/70 rubber, front and rear. With a seat height of 780 mm, the CBR250RR carries 14.5-liters of fuel in the tank and the whole package weighs 189 kg.

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Coming with diverse and extensive experience in heavy engineering, Mohan enjoys making anything with wheels go fast, especially motorcycles. His weapon of choice is the Desmoquattro engine, and he has a penchant for anything with a dash of Italian design. Strangely enough, he insists he's a slow rider.

 

Comments

  • CBR FAN on Jun 14, 2024 at 6:56 pm

    It appears that the Malaysia market lacks the HSTC function for the CBR250RR. Considering the price increase, it would be beneficial to include it. It seems we must follow the same specifications as our neighboring countries.

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  • RM2k increase and still giving those shitty IRC tyres?

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  • Mugi7an on Jun 15, 2024 at 1:30 pm

    1450/70 rear tyre !!!!!!!!!!!?????

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  • Apa da.. Baik beli Zx-25rr lagi.

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  • When will the updated 2024 e-clutch CB650R and CBR650 launched here in Msia?

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    • MiguelH on Jun 26, 2024 at 12:39 pm

      Boon Siew damn slow!!! Thailand been selling for almost a year now

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  • anwar menang, rakyat dikencingkan on Jun 16, 2024 at 10:01 am

    For RM2K extra, there is no double disc brakes up front!!!
    Honda is losing its market with just one model in its 250cc market!!
    They should experiment like Kawasaki… 250CC tourer, with belt drive, electric turbo fan etc..

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  • Ben Yap on Jun 18, 2024 at 10:54 am

    wow! didn’t know that CBR250RR has super huge tyres. The CBR250RR rolls on 17-inch wheels, wearing 110/70 and 1450/70 rubber, front and rear respectively.

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