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  • Q. Can I get mileage of 35-40 in cbr 250r if I go in economy speed?

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    Balaji
    Balaji | 1 day ago

    I have once got 41.5 KMPL on highway (cruised for 90 to 110 kmph) and have been getting 35 to 38 kmpl on average. But usually i'll get about 30 to 35 KMPL on city rides. Sometimes it would go down to 29 kmpl when ridden on bumper to bumper traffic most of the time. And its based on your riding style too. I used to ride on its comfortable powerbands (3.5k to 5k rpm on city , 4.5k to 6.5k on highways)

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    Soumo
    Soumo | 6 months ago

    NO. most you can get is 30-32. BUT why buy a 250cc sports bike if you are looking for mileage? Sports bikes are not for fuel averages, its for the control, and fun. You will end up in the 90-100 range eve before you realise what speed you are at - its SUPER stable and comfortable. At lower speeds you will have to lower the gear to keep the power smooth. The happy RPM range is 3.5K-5K for easy city rides & commuting, but its a grand 7k-9K on highways which is also its powerband.

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    Jeeva
    Jeeva | 1 year ago

    Well for 1 fact i dont watch such videos :) and another i know about 6-7 frnds who r havng 250R and they know another 6 or 7 my point is none of us are getting such a figure. If you own a cbr250r do let me know if u had achieved such a range of mileage. And what do u mean by correct speed? I mean i used 2 get very good mileage when i ride it on 80-95kmph(top gear) in highways and i used to get the same when i ride it around 45-60(top gear) too.. Doesn't make any sense.

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    Jeeva
    Jeeva | 1 year ago

    You will never achieve a range of 40kmpl even on highway i don't think it is possible i think 36kmpl is the best cbr250 gives to anyone.

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    Kamar
    Kamar | 1 year ago

    But I have seen some mileage test videos of cbr 250r they said it gives 40 kmpl if we maintain correct speed.

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