2013 Honda CBR250R Minor Model Change livery (Tri-co RM19,999, Repsol RM20,499 and Mugen RM19,499) and Honda Integra 700cc Maxi Scooter (RM64,688)

2013 Honda CBR250R Repsol Grand Prix Edition

Kuala Lumpur, 20 November 2012– Boon Siew Honda recently added 4 new colour editions to replace its
existing CBR250R lineup and brought in the all-new Integra to the local market.
According to Mr Satoshi Okada, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Boon Siew Honda, the new
offerings are part of the company’s continued efforts to meet the diverse profiles of bike enthusiasts. He
added, “Despite the vast variety of Honda’s specialty bikes, every unit that carries the Honda emblem is a
testament of proven quality, durability and reliability synonymous with the brand.” 

2013 Honda CBR250R Mugen Motorsport Edition

CBR250R New Colour Edition
The street-smart Sport Quarter now comes with 4 new sporty makeovers
Every aspect of this modern-era CBR250R such as its displacement, frame size, road handling stability and
riding position have been optimized for an enjoyable ride. Making it a fun, lightweight and affordable machine
for beginners and experienced riders alike.
The CBR250R is equipped with a newly-developed liquid-cooled 250cc 4-stroke 4-valve single-cylinder
DOHC enginethat delivers promises impressive performance not just at low rpm but also in the high rpm
range while retaining the characteristics of CBR’s sporty maneuverability. It works with an advanced PGM-FI
fuel injection systemthat ensures the ideal combustion through accurate fuel supply in order to improve on
fuel economy.

2013 Honda CBR250R Tri-color Racing Edition

For the valve system, a roller rocker armwas adopted by a DOHC engine motorcycle for the first time in the
world to improve combustion efficiency. For emission measures, an O² sensor is combined with the built-in
air induction (AI) systemand a catalyzer is fitted inside the exhaust pipe to comply with Euro 3 emission
The CBR250R is also fitted with an optional Combined ABS, a world’s first for 250cc-class motorcycles, that
works together with the large front 296mm and rear 220mm disc brakesfor greater braking performance.
Another plus point is the Pro-Link suspension, which was previously only available on bigger capacity bikes
to maximize riding stability. A twin-par frame with truss structureand mass centralization designfurther
enhance the bike’s rigidity and agile handling.

The New Integra
The best of motorcycle performance with easy handling of scooter
For those who seek the best of both worlds, Integra offers a full suite of innovation and practicality in a bold
design statement that will make heads turn.
The key to a thrilling, fun riding experience of Integra is the newliquid-cooled high-torque 670cc in-line
two-cylinder engine, developed to offer superb fuel efficiency(27.9km/ltested in WMTC Mode) together
with excellent torque particularly at low and medium engine rpm and low exhaust gas emissions.
The engine works with the second generation Dual Clutch Transmission, which provides the convenience
of an automatic transmission with the option of a manual mode if desired. It uses two electronically controlled
clutches to deliver fast and smooth transmission in three modes – Manual (MT), Automatic (AT)offers two
settings: S for sportier ridingand D for urban and highway use.

Keywords like ‘fun’, ‘easy’, ‘comfort’ and ‘safety’ helped defined the design and engineering of Integra. Hence
Honda has equipped the Integra with high-specification suspension, which comprises 41mm telescopic
forks and Honda Multi-Action System (HMAS)monoshock damper that works together with an advanced
Pro-Link configurationto deliver full control and stability on even the roughest roads.

Enhanced safety comes in the form of Combined ABS (C-ABS)with the extra reassurance of an Antilock
Brake System (ABS). The C-ABS effectively balances front and rear braking control for smooth operation. At
the same time, the ABS provides extra reassurance in unexpected or extreme situations.
The Integra is also equipped with a robust tube steel diamond frame, 17” high pressure die-cast
aluminium wheelsand broad radial tyres(front 120/70-17, rear 160/60-17), plus convenient 15L
under-seat storage space.

Nett selling price (motorcycle only) for CBR250R new colour series are RM19,999 for Tri-co Racing Edition,
RM20,499 for Repsol Grand Prix Edition, RM20,499 for Mugen Motorsport Edition and RM19,499 for Black
Champion Edition. Retail price and delivery date of the C-ABS variant be announced in December this year.
The Integra is available in Pearl Cosmic Black, Pearl Sunbeam White, Ion Blue Metallic and Candy Graceful
Red with nett selling price of RM64,688. Both CBR250R and Integra come with 2 years or 20,000km
Manufacturing Warranty.
For more information, visit www.boonsiewhonda.com.my or call the Boon Siew Honda Toll-Free number at
1800-88-3993 (Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm, except for public holidays).

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