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  • Q. Suggest me between cbr250R and apache310. My use of bike is in the city and sometimes on highway and I want to know what are the average and maintenance cost of both?
    Satyam
    Satyam | 12 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. What is the mileage of this bike CBR250R. Is this best 250cc bike or any suggestions?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The Honda CBR 250R is one of the best available sports bikes in terms of performance, ergonomics and comfort. The Honda CBR 250R returns an estimated mileage of 29-30Kmpl. The bike competes KTM RC 200, Yamaha R3, Pulsar RS 200, and Apache 310RR.

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  • Q. Your telling your bike gives millage 49!!!!How many years old your bike is - CBR250R?
    Debasish
    Debasish | 9 months ago

    No no.. my bike is giving 27kmpl. Depends on the road condition, riding quality you may increase it up to 30. But not more than that.

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  • Q. Planning to upgrade from 150cc bike to 250cc. Confused between KTM Duke 250 ABS model and CBR 250 ABS model. I would be travelling around 35km daily within city. Need a decent mileage good looks and nice comfort for both rider and pillion. Which bike would be ideal?
    Soumo
    Soumo | 6 months ago

    For pillion comfort - CBR250RABS is the King. Depending on your riding style, KTM is more of a agressive street bike, while CBR is a sports Tourer. KTM has aggressive geometry and acceleration, CBR has very smooth highway performance and stability. Both are very good bikes but DIFFERENT in riding styles and orientation.Take a good test ride and decide.

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  • Q. Which bike gives more mileage between CBR and Pulsar NS200
    Saheb
    Saheb | 8 months ago

    I have both the bikes at my house and surprisingly, the CBR ekes out a better mileage. But it also depends a lot on the rider and rider style and the maintenance of the bike and the number of hands it is been put to. In an ideal scenario, CBR gives about 30-33 km/litre and NS 200 gives 35-39 km/litre

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  • Q. Can I get mileage of 35-40 in cbr 250r if I go in economy speed?
    Soumo
    Soumo | 3 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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  • Q. What is average Of Honda CBR 250 and maintenance cost of bike? Like servicing and parts price?
    Soumo
    Soumo | 11 months ago

    CBR250R is 2 bikes rolled into one. If you are riding sedately at about 4000-5000 rpm you will get a mileage of 32-34 kmpl. In this rpm range it is a commuter bike, easily going through the city traffic. Now when you ride in the rpm range of 7000+ its a very different bike altogether - more like a sports bike. The bike feels powerful, eager to race forward and very responsive. In this mode you will get a average of 28-30 kmpl. Servicing is at 5000-6000km interval. Engine oil required is fully synthetic. There are periodic maintenance requirements to CHANGE filters and parts and oils. Follow those very strictly. Normal service with Oil Change will cost you 1500-1700. Periodic service with parts change will be little higher. Parts are not expensive at all and easy to get.

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  • Q. What is city and highway mileage if average speed will be 70kmph - CBR250R?
    Jeeva
    Jeeva | 1 year ago

    In city it will give 28 to 30 and in highway it will give you around 34(i usually ride it in the highways used to maintain speeds like 80 to 90kmph for hours )

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  • Q. Is there any chance of giving 35kmpl and above in Honda cbr 250?
    Soumo
    Soumo | 3 months ago

    Yes, if you ride sedately with no hard acceleration and lot of easy coasting with low rpm... keep between 70-80 kmph and reach that speed slowly....yes 35 is possible. But then this is better achieved with a splendour...much more average. Why do you want to torture yourself with a CBR250 getting 35+ average?

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  • Q. How is this bike - CBR250R?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    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.

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