Introduced in Indonesia in 2016, the Honda CBR250RR sportsbike will receive updates ahead of its launch in Indonesia next year.
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The Honda CBR250RR is indeed a popular selection among motorcyclists, especially for those who are new to 250cc machines and above.
Introduced globally in 2016 before being upgraded in 2020, the ‘sportsbike’ motorcycle from Honda continues to receive the latest updates for 2023 in Indonesia.
According to reports, the 2023 Honda CBR250RR will come in three variants in Indonesia, namely Standard, SP and SP QS.
Interestingly, this 2023 CBR250RR features a new body panel that looks more comprehensive than the previous generation. The rear tail section has also received updates and looks much more sporty and aggressive.
The 249.7cc parallel-twin engine has also been upgraded and is now capable of producing 42PS (41.4hp) at 13,000 rpm and 25Nm at 11,000rpm compared to 40.23hp and 25Nm before.
The latest CBR250RR is now getting the Showa upside-down SFF-BP (Separate Fork Function- Big Piston) forks. The rear is propped up with a preload-adjustable monoshock and Honda’s Pro-Link swingarm.
The wheelbase has also been shortened, now 4 mm shorter at 1,385 mm versus 1,389 mm. This allows for quicker and more controllable handling.