Honda CBR250RR Trico Edition breaks cover

The new paint theme on the CBR250RR Trico Edition bike takes inspiration from the Honda's CBR1000RR-R SP superbike.Save for the paint scheme update, the rest of the details on the CBR250RR Trico Edition remain the same.
By HT Auto Desk
| Updated on: 24 Dec 2021, 12:48 PM
Honda CBR250RR won't be launched in the Indian market anytime soon due to its higher price.
Honda CBR250RR won't be launched in the Indian market anytime soon due to its higher price.

Honda has revealed the new CBR250RR Trico Edition motorcycle for the Malaysian market. This trim will only be limited to the Southeast Asian market and is unlikely to arrive in India anytime soon.  

The new paint theme on the CBR250RR Trico Edition bike takes inspiration from the company's CBR1000RR-R SP superbike.

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Save for the paint scheme update, the rest of the details on the bike remain the same. Previously, the company had discontinued the red paint scheme on the bike for 2022.

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Since there are no feature or mechanical updates on the bike, it continues to source power from the same 250cc engine as seen before. The engine is known to produce 40 bhp of maximum power at 13,000 rpm, backed up with a peak torque of 25Nm of torque at 11,000 rpm. This engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox with assist and slipper clutch, and is also offered with a standard quickshifter.

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The bike continues along with the same sharp and edgy styling featuring a full fairing, sculpted fuel tank and dual exhaust design. Its hardware includes upside-down front telescopic forks, single rear mono-shock and petal-type discs at either ends.

Needless to say, the bike won't be launched in the Indian market anytime soon due to its higher price. For reference, it is sold in the Malaysian market for close to 4.7 lakh (ex-showroom). 

Last year, a more powerful Honda CBR250RR was launched in the market of Japan (more details here).

First Published Date: 24 Dec 2021, 12:45 PM IST
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