Wearing sharp new CRF450R derived bodywork, the dual purpose ready for anything CRF250L has more power and torque from a revised intake and exhaust system, plus ABS braking and a new digital dash with tachometer and fuel gauge.
Floating disc with ABS
For extra braking power, a 296mm floating, wave-style disc is gripped by a two-piston calliper. Two-channel ABS is fitted as standard, and gives you the option to switch off the rear calliper for independent control whenever you need it.
Easy-to-see information is laid out and displayed clearly on the digital dash, which features a speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and clock.
Slim side panels
From the bike’s mid-section to the back, the style is sharp and aggressive – pure Motocross and Enduro – with super-slim shrouds and side panels, as well as a seat-and-tank combination that helps the rider move freely on the machine.
Pro-Link rear suspension features a ratio revised for rider comfort. The Showa shock absorber is a single-tube design with 40mm-diameter cylinder.
A 43mm Showa inverted fork works as a single unit – one side contains the spring while the other provides damping control. The spring rate and damping have been tuned to suit the bike’s on- and offroad capabilities.
|Category (ies)||Dual Purpose|
|Service intervals||12000 km|
|0 — 100 km/h (sec)||N/A|
|Dimensions and Weights|
|Claimed KERB weight (kg)||146|
|Seat height (mm)||875|
|Rake/trail (°/ mm)||113|
|Front suspension||43mm telescopic upsidedown|
|Tank capacity (l)||7.8 litres|
|Engine configuration||Liquid-cooled, Single, DOHC|
|Valves Per cylinder||4|
|Frame material||Steel Twin Tube|
|Tyres (f)||3.0021 51P|
|Tyres (r)||120/8018M/C 62P|
All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice.
** Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tyre pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.