Honda has showcased the CBR 250RR at the 2016 GIIAS in Indonesia today. Once launched, the 250RR will be positioned above the single-cylinder CBR300R, which is sold in the international market.
The CBR250RR was first showcased at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The fully faired motorcycle will be rivalling the Yamaha R3, Kawasaki Ninja 300, and KTM RC 390.
On the exterior, the CBR 250RR features an over-all razor sharp design with narrow LED headlamps and LED daytime running lights. The motorcycle will also feature clip-on handlebars, a sharp tailpiece with split seats, LED taillight, fully digital instrument console, and twin exhaust system.
Powering the Honda CBR250RR 249cc twin-cylinder engine which is connected to a 6-speed gearbox. The motorcycle will also receive sophisticated electronics such as the ride-by-wire technology and ABS.
The power and torque output of the 250RR are still under the wraps. These details will be revealed once the motorcycle reaches the showrooms.
Similar to its rival Yamaha R3, the Honda CBR250RR too will be made in Indonesia for global consumption.