Boon Siew Honda (BSH) melancarkan Honda CBR250R (bukan CBR250RR ya!) Baharu hari ini. CBR250R terbaru dalam tahun 2017 ini mengabungkan semua kualiti jentera 250CC siri CBR seperti prestasi tinggi, dinamik pengendalian intuitif dan mudah terkawal.
CBR250R Baharu ini amat sesuai bagi sesiapa, dari penampilan santai ke bergaya, yang ingin menjimatkan masa dan wang. Penunggang pasti akan tertarik oleh pengendalian yang mudah, enjin berkuasa dan casis yang kompak. Continue reading “Boon Siew Honda mengemaskini Honda CBR250R untuk 2017 dengan grafik dan warna baru – RM 21,940.94 (Black) to RM 22,258.94 (Millennium Red, Lemon Ice Yellow) termasuk GST”
Boon Siew Honda has updated their website to feature this 2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight that has been launched last week. I’m waiting for this update by them for me to check out the technical specs. What I’m looking for is the power rating. From what I’ve read from the brochure and the website, it is stated that the maximum output for this CBR250R is 20.2kW at 8,500RPM and torque at 23.3Nm at 7,500RPM. Continue reading “2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight now appears on Boon Siew Honda website”
A beautiful livery of the recently launched CBR250R in black and yellow. Already available in some bike dealers shop. Continue reading “2014 Honda CBR250R Black and Yellow – RM19,999”
That is a very long title that I have to write. Yes, the rumors are correct and indeed the 2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight has finally landed to Malaysia. Most of the changes are cosmetics like the obvious use of the dual headlight compared to the 2011 Honda CBR250R that use single headlight. This design follows the design of the headlight of the CBR1000RR. In Indonesia, the CBR250R gains few optimization on the intake airflow and new exhaust muffler design of the 1-cylinder 249cc DOHC MC41 engine with the bore and stroke dimension of 76.0 mm x 55.0 mm that maxes out 29ps at 9,000RPM with the torque rated at 23Nm at 7,300RPM. For Malaysia version, we can’t confirm about this changes since we are not able to get the official technical specification yet, but since this CBR250R is Asean CKD in Thailand, we think it should carry the same specs like the Indonesian and Thai version.
The price of the 2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight is RM19,999 for the standard version, RM20,999 for the Repsol and RM22,999 for the Trico and C-ABS version (all prices are basic not including tax, insurance and registration). This number is way above our estimation of RM16,500 because we thought maybe Honda wants to fight the price of the Kawasaki Ninja 250SL at RM17,689. For that, we’d say sorry. Continue reading “2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight launched and CB650F, CBR650F previewed in Malaysia – standard RM19,999, Repsol RM20,999, Trico and ABS RM22,999 (basic)”
A note from our friend, Mr Norick, has tipped us about the upcoming presence of the Yamaha YZF-R25 which is planned for CKD production on first quarter of 2015. This can be a great leap taken by HLYM since it has been a very long time we haven’t seen any 250cc bike from Yamaha in Malaysia. If this is true, YZF-R25 will fight against the popular Kawasaki Ninja 250 which is also a 250cc bike equipped with inline-two engine. Yamaha YZF-R25 is a very interesting bike since it features a powerful engine in its class for a 2-cylinder 4-stroke engine with a styling that looks Japanese enough. The bike can produce 35.5hp at 12,000RPM and 22.1Nm at 10,000RPM. Based on this information, we can see that this engine is a high-revving engine and because of that it can gives a nice growl when it get revs high. Continue reading “2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight are coming this Friday 27th, Yamaha YZF-R25 are coming to Malaysia on Q1 2015”
We have been waiting for the CBR250R for a while now since it has been launched earlier in Thailand and Indonesia. It is just about time that we are going to get this. The engine are still the same from the 2011 Honda CBR250R MC41 engine but few optimization has been made on the intake airflow and new exhaust muffler design. The 1-cylinder 249cc DOHC engine with the bore and stroke dimension of 76.0 mm x 55.0 mm are now able to maxes out 29ps at 9,000RPM with the torque rated at 23Nm at 7,300RPM. The one thing that can be noted here is that the fuel efficiency has also increased to 50.1km/l. Tank capacity is 13l, so, this means that you can go 651.3km with every fuel tank, theoritically. Continue reading “2014 Honda CB650F, CBR650F and CBR250R are coming to Malaysia very soon – 2 days before Ramadhan?”
Indonesia now has a newly designed Honda CBR250R available for riders to get their hands on the riding experience of the machine. The engine are still the same from the 2011 Honda CBR250R MC41 engine but few optimization has been made on the intake airflow and new exhaust muffler design. The 1-cylinder 249cc DOHC engine with the bore and stroke dimension of 76.0 mm x 55.0 mm are now able to maxes out 29ps at 9,000RPM with the torque rated at 23Nm at 7,300RPM. The one thing that can be noted here is that the fuel efficiency has also increased to 50.1km/l. Tank capacity is 13l, so, this means that you can go 651.3km with every fuel tank, theoritically. Continue reading “2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight unveiled in Indonesia – Rp 56,7 million (RM15,982)”
Honda Japan has give a confirmation about the availability of the CBR250R that will use the double headlight design as of the recently introduced CBR300R in Thailand. This is logical and actually cost effective since the similar design will use similar parts hence minimizing the variety of the parts that the factory needs to prepare. I have read earlier that this CBR250R will be the global model along with the CBR300R. I’m thinking that for the country specific regulation, the country might get the CBR300R or CBR250R but not both. We have seen that Thailand got the CBR300R, so Malaysia and Indonesia might be getting the CBR250R.
The design of the 2014 CBR250R is absolutely interesting which is sportier and much more race-like in terms of the appearance. The highlight of the design is the use of the double headlight that looks like the CBR1000RR (a.k.a The Rabbit). In my opinion, the double headlight looks much more modern and looks more ‘balanced’. The design is different than the 2011 CBR250R which follows the design cues of the VFR1200. Continue reading “Confirmed: 2014 Honda CBR250R will follow the double headlight design as of the CBR300R coming this 24th April to Japan – estimated RM18,254”
After being introduced in China last year, the refreshed design of Honda CBR300R has arrived to Thailand. This CBR300R are said to be the global model, so it might also comes to Malaysia. In Malaysia, we have the CBR250R and this 2014 model also have the 250cc variant with the same styling. The one in shown in the picture above is splashed with Honda Repsol team with the background of Marc Marquez on the Honda RC213V which should makes it appeal to any riders when Marquez just won his first race in MotoGP Qatar. Continue reading “2014 Honda CBR300R unveiled at Thailand Motor Show”