CBR 250R has great build up look and seating posture. You are surprised when you took the test drive of this bike. The seating posture is not too lengthy as compared to other bikes like KTM RC 200 and TVS APACHE RR 310. The seating posture looks uncomfortable but it's not. You can sit and travel in city or highway both comfortably. I hope my answer is useful to you.
I am using cbr 250r abs for last 4 months. I have completed more that 4000 km in this bike.I already have some pack pain issue previously. So i was also worried about this issue.But this bike is comfortable enough. I do not encountered any such suffering with this bike.
Fuel indicator has the last stick blinking when fuel is low. You can approximately calculate how much each stick consumes and with experience you will be able to get a good idea of Km to empty. However with all FI engines, never let the fuel go too low - it could damage the pump. Fill up when you have 2-3 sticks on the indicator. Take care of your bike and enjoy it for a long time.
The CBR250R was the go-to bike when it was first launched. It was also the only sports tourer on offer, back in the day. However, the competition has changed now and is fiercer than ever. And hence, the new CBR300R will have to fight it out a bit in order to make its presence felt. Meanwhile, if you are looking for a good overall package in the 300cc segment, we suggest you check out the TVS Apache RR 310. But if it is the CBR300R that has you on the edge of your seat, hold on till we get our hands on it to bring you a more in-depth review. But, there is no official update regarding its launch in India and the brand hasn't disclosed its price yet. The Honda CBR250R is now Rs 13,000 costlier than the earlier STD version and Rs 16,000 costlier than the earlier ABS variant. With just the addition of LED lights as the only major change, the hike in prices is not really justified. Add to that the lack of power and torque in comparison to its closest competitor the Apache RR 310, which is a lot more potent. Be it the track, highways or running around in the urban jungle. The CBR250R is otherwise a fair bet to opt for, offering enough pep to keep you thrilled. It’s also got commendable highway and city cruising dynamics, which should make it a good everyday motorcycle.
Yes, you can go for it. Powering the CBR is a BSIV-compliant engine that is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The 249.6cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine produces 26.3PS of power at 8500rpm and 22.9Nm of torque at 7000rpm. This makes it half a PS more powerful with no change in torque figures when compared to the earlier model. The diamond-type frame is the same, with telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock unit at the back. Braking is handled by a 296mm front and 220mm rear disc brake, with dual-channel ABS on the higher variant. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your riding comfort. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers
That is a practical question regarding CBR 250 R.. The power of the bike is good enough to carry a healthy person. Now the seat of 2018 CBR 250R is super soft and wide enough. So, this is much comfortable than all its rivals. Keep one thing in mind that, the total weight of bike inversely proportional with the acceleration of the of the bike.
The most talked about aspect of the Dominar 400 is the four-stroke, single-cylinder, SOHC, four-valve, 373cc motor with patented Bajaj triple spark technology - DTS-i. Mated to a six-speed gearbox, the motor delivers 35PS and 35Nm of peak torque. on the other hand, new CBR has a new BSIV-compliant engine that is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The 249.6cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine produces 26.3PS of power at 8500rpm and 22.9Nm of torque at 7000rpm. Thus Dominar 400 has a upper hand in terms of power. The Bajaj Dominar 400 looks like a muscular motorcycle and has a performance that lives up to the suggestions thrown by its lines and is a new breed of affordable performance bikes for the masses. If you’re looking for an affordable, fast and comfortable highway cruiser that performs well in the city too, then the Dominar 400 is certainly an option worth shortlisting. While, the Honda CBR250R is a fair bet to opt for, offering enough pep to keep you thrilled. It’s also got commendable highway and city cruising dynamics, which should make it a good everyday motorcycle. Especially with the more relaxed ergonomics, unlike the KTM RC 200.
CBR is a sport touring machine with little aggressive while Dominar is Cruising bike and can be used for daily commute also. Engine refinement is good in CBR but lack power as compared to it's rivals. Dominar is out of comparison with CBR because Dom has more powerful engine and better stability on highways and comfort is very good. Sometimes u may feel fatigue on CBR but not in Dominar. And for price and values. Dominar has good value for money. Whereas CBR should have been little upgraded for the competition in the market.
Depens on your choice. Both of them are good. But I love honda engine as it is much refined than bajaj.On the other hand as per now dominor is the best product of bajaj.Secondly I like viger in bike. So cbr looks much sportier than dominor to me. There is no doubt that dominor has more power.But less refined engine than cbr.Lastly, your hight. If you are not tall enought, cbr will not be a comfortable option for you.Take a test ride. Then take your valuable decision.
What is your meaning of your BEST? The CBR250R is a sports-tourer, fully-faired, reliable, tried-tested, smooth HONDA engine with fantastic fit and finish. Been using for 8 years now, no issues at all. Deceptively quick and powerful, no drama stops with ABS. Dominar does not deliver the punch of the 400 cc engine, nor is it faired - its a naked bike...my personal opinion. You ride both and decide.
Honda CBR250R is powered by a 249.60cc single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine that can produce a max power of 26.5PS @ 8500rpm and a peak torque of 22.9Nm @ 7000rpm, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It comes with optional dual-channel ABS, new graphics, updated styling, and cavailable in 4 color schemes i.e. Matte Axis Gray Metallic with Mars Orange, Sports Red, Matte Axis Gray Metallic with Striking Green and Pearl Sports Yellow. Priced in the range of Rs. 1.64 - 1.94 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi), it is packed with features like LED headlamp, sporty cowl, racing muffler, split seat, and grab rail. Topping the list of features is a futuristic digital console that includes an odometer, clock, fuel gauge, ABS light and service reminder. The Honda CBR250R is now Rs 13,000 costlier than the earlier STD version and Rs 16,000 costlier than the earlier ABS variant. With just the addition of LED lights as the only major change, the hike in prices is not really justified. Add to that the lack of power and torque in comparison to its closest competitor the Apache RR 310, which is a lot more potent. Be it the track, highways or running around in the urban jungle. The CBR250R is otherwise a fair bet to opt for, offering enough pep to keep you thrilled. It’s also got commendable highway and city cruising dynamics, which should make it a good everyday motorcycle. Especially with the more relaxed ergonomics, unlike the KTM RC 200.
For your hight both you should feel comfortable in both the bike. Both of them are good sport tourer.But with respect to power, engine quality, seating comforts and reliability cbr is way ahed of rs 200.With respect to looks(may depends on your test), initial pick up, rs is a little better than cbr.It is also cheaper that cbr. I bought cbr after using pulsar 220 five years.I personally suggest you to go for cbr. As the quality of honda is too good with respect to bajaj.
Hello....the choice depends from person to person however if u r such a person who likes to feel the power of the vehicle along with the looks go for 250. But if it's just for the looks sake u can opt for 200. Moreover the colours provided are completely different where 250 has more of plain colours, the chr 200 has multi coloured or a completely different colours available. But i would suggest to go for CBR250, It feels super powerful.
Hi Arpan,You are my kinda guy. I' m 6.3. Have been using CBR 250 for past 6 months on daily basis and never ever got any back or wrist pain. With the CBR design look it may seem like they are not that much good for tall guys, but actually it is doing well above the expectations. I usually cover 40+ kms a day (20 up and down to my office) and this suits me well :)Hope this helps.
CBR 250 mileage in city around 23 kmplRS 200 mileage in city around 30 kmplMaintenance cost is too high i.e. not worth the money they takeCBR 250 is out dated nowThough it is a better performance bike than RS 200 or KTM RC 200.You should go for A 200cc bike or 400 cc bikeAt the cost of CBR 250 you can get a lot more.
Hi, Till now two free service is done on my bike. Each time I need to pay 1400(approx) which is the cost of engine oil. You need to pay extra 500(approx) for the paid service. Now the charges of oil filter, break oil, coolant fluid, break pad, chain lube are excluded in this charge. You can expect the expense of approx.Rs: 2000-2500/3 months. As per my previous experience, 10000 is approximate annual maintenance cost for CBR 250(ABS).
Depends on what you want to do with the bike. How much of the power on paper can you really use. The bike will always be much more capable than you can push it. So define your ride style, needs, scenarios and what are your limits. Then comes the bike. BTW, KTM and CBR are two very different bikes, not to be compared headon.
CBR 250R and Apache RR 310 both are good bikes in racing but, RR 310 is pricier than CBR 250R. Ex Showroom price of RR 310 is around Rs 2,23,000 which is greater than the CBR 250R Top Model On Road Price. So, the conclusion is that you should go for CBR 250R. RR 310 is not a city bike or even it is not usable for daily commutes. CBR 250R is used in both daily commutes and racing. Honda's engine is much refined as compared to RR 310 and you can Honda bikes for 4 - 5 years without any tension. I hope you get the answer.
Both are very similar. CBR250R ABS has better pillion comfort. Apache 310 has good modern looks. CBR has honda wide service and tested smooth reliable engine. Apache has BMW collaboration engine and TVS network for service. There is a slight price difference, based on your use pattern, both are good. Test ride and decide which you like better.
The RR is more powerful and has the latest features. CBR has a solid engine which is unmatched in terms of quality and refinement. TVS always has had vibration and noise issues. CBR has no vibration issues even in speed excess of 125+kmph. RR310 is about half a lakh expensive than CBR as well. If you were consider all the factors, CBR would seem a more rationale choice
Hi.. The bike is good enough for any tall rider. As per rider triangle concept, this is good for the height range 5’2” to 6’4”(approx. as per my calculation). You can calculate the same. This is an easy mathematics. As I am 6'1'' tall, from my experience this is the best one for me. I do not feel any weight on my shoulder. My arms are free enough. I can put my entire foot on the ground. Though this is not bad for short rider, as the bike is heavy enough, it is easier for tall rider to handle this silent beast. Happy Ride.
The Cbr 250r is best for every rider for his upgrade for 2 bike... There will be no issue that u will face on cbr 250r for ur height.. Cbr has an awesome look more upgraded than Karizma.. By upgrading from karizma to cbr 250r is the best choise... I prefer to go for the legend Cbr 250r
CBR250R. its 2 bikes rolled into one. Between rpm range of 4000-5000 it behaves like a city commuter..nice and easy. But above 7000 its transforms into a real sports bike with oodles of power on the tap and eager to surge forward. EXCELLENT braking with ABS. About Performance - its a no thrill performer - you will not get wheelies, but its very quick. You can beat a KTM200, its a no-drama bike - accelerates very quickly and brakes very hard too, just that you will not feel any jerks - ITS BUTTER SMOOTH. If you want thrill - this bike is not for you. If you want riding pleasure - This is THE BIKE.
There are ample of options available like i.e. KTM 125 Duke, Bajaj Pulsar 220 F, Suzuki Gixxer SF, Hero Karizma ZMR etc. You can explore more options by clicking on the given link: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_bike_search.php?bybodytype=sports&sortfield=popularity&sortdirection=desc You can apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one.Choosing one may depend on several factors like budget, brand preference, performance and specific feature requirement, etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.
You should go for Duke 250 because it has great power, torque and speed in a good budget. It has low maintenance as well. Around Rs 800-1200 charged by KTM Service Center in warranty, and in non - warranty cases, Rs 1600 - 2000 charged. So, go for DUKE 250. I hope my answer is helpful to you.
Hey buddy! I just bought the 2019 CBR 250R. I will make a short video about how it feels coming from a 100cc commuter to the CBR on my YouTube channel. Video will be up next week! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKa9Movrs5bFoumPPBUWXBQFor now I can only say that the bike is fabulous!
One is cruiserone is sports tourerone is naked commuter..you have different segments to choose from. Test drive and see how you feel. CBR has the most refined engine of them all. Dominor has good performance but is noisy and FZ25 is very underpowered.So, ideally it should be a toss up between CBR and Dominor unless you want a Royal Enfield cruiser option
If city is your preference,then fz25. if you want to cruise with that royal feeling then re350. if you want a peace of mind machine which can cover long distances without any vibrations then CBR 250, if you are ok with vibrations then dominor 400. if you are honda fan then CBR 250 or go for vfm dominor
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This is the best daily ride as well as touring bike in india now. The engine is super refined. The quality and comfort are the main usp of this bike. Where it lags is the low end torque. Initial pick up is much less than its competitors. If you love to race singnal to signal, this bike will not make you happy. This is for a lovely long ride.
My one was the pearl heron blue man it's was eye-catching I bought in back in 2012 .....It was so comfortable...I had to sell it for some reason.....I still miss it...Bit now in 2019 much better bikes r available at this price it seems ....But still if some 1 gives me choose for free between other bikes I will choose cbr250r
It was the best option in 2012 but now in 2019 getting the same machine feels very outdated compared to digital consoles n more radial tyres in competition..
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