Honda CRF250L. For Town & Country

 
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Honda CRF250L
 
New 2017 Honda CRF250L


NEW FOR 2017! - Wearing new CRF450R-derived bodywork, the 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. Well proven, the CRF250L’s tough steel frame and long travel Showa suspension remain unchanged, but new bodywork draws its influence from the minimalism of the CRF450R MX for a sharper, slimmed-down look. A digital dash adds a tachometer and fuel gauge and ABS is fitted as standard, with the option of disengaging it for the rear brake.

The 249cc engine boasts more bottom-end torque and peak power from revised PGM-FI and throttle body plus a new airbox, connector tube and lightweight exhaust. It is also EURO4 compliant.

NEW HONDA CRF250L : £4,649 On The Road
including 24 months Honda warranty & AA cover
Call Hunts Scoot & Commute on 0161-432 1304

 

Honda CRF250L overview:

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Model Overview :

A 250cc dual-purpose motorcycle covers many bases: it slips easily through congested city streets thanks to lightweight and slim proportions matched with superb maneuverability, while its suspension, ground reach and seat height deliver a fun and comfortable ride on rough tarmac and trails. It opens up a whole new range of two-wheeled opportunities, whatever the rider’s experience level.

The Honda CRF250L, launched worldwide in Europe in 2012, is just such a machine. It’s found popularity with older riders – who often keep it as a second bike – while also connecting a younger demographic to Honda, many of whom use it as a cool, stylish alternative to a scooter. And for every owner, it offers the chance to head off the tarmac and on to the dirt. It was joined in 2014 by the supermoto-style CRF250M. For 2017 the CRF250L has been revised, while a new model, the CRF250 RALLY, adds an adventure-sport dynamic to the range.

With styling cues taken directly from Honda’s CRF250R and CRF450R MX machines, the new CRF250L is ready for anything a rider can throw at it: it’s tough, practical and equally at home around a city block or out on the trail.

Mr Eiji Sugiyama, Large Project Leader (LPL) 17YM CRF250L

“We really wanted to build on the success of the CRF250L with performance upgrades that open up even more new opportunities for riders young and old, no matter what kind of journey they want to tackle. So with the new machine we have improved the power, appearance and usefulness. We’ve also made sure it remains accessible to a wide variety of riders, as we know that for many the CRF250L will be the start of their motorcycling adventure.”

Honda CRF250L – Ready for Road and Trail.

Engine :

The CRF250L’s 249cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder DOHC engine has more bottom-end torque and high rpm power, with a linear delivery. Peak power of 18.2kW is delivered @ 8,500rpm with peak torque of 22.6Nm arriving @ 6,750rpm.

Revised PGM-FI feeds fuel/air mixture through a 38mm throttle body (up from 36mm) and draws air from the airbox via a direct connecting tube. The exhaust muffler has a diameter of 115mm, houses the catalyser and uses two chambers: it’s 450g lighter than the previous design and a larger bore downpipe helps the engine breathe and make more power.

The engine uses a compact roller/rocker arm valve train and cylinder head, with bore and stroke of 76 x 55mm. An offset cylinder reduces frictional losses while the piston itself incorporates a special surface material, plus a molybdenum coating. The oil pump features an internal relief structure that prevents aeration of relieved oil.

The crank journal employs a half-split, press-fit metal bearing while the crank bearing uses a cast-iron bush, reducing weight, smoothing the engine and strengthening the rigidity of the case housing, minimizing the internal diameter change due to thermal expansion.

A primary balance shaft further reduces vibration and the six-speed gearbox and clutch are manufactured to cope with the extra stress of riding off-road. The 10.7 kW heat-release radiator features a thin guide-ring cooling fan to maintain even temperatures at low speeds.

The CRF250L engine is EURO4 compliant.

Chassis :

The CRF250L’s frame is constructed from steel, with twin oval-section main spars and a semi-double cradle. A wheelbase of 1,445mm is matched to a 27.6°’ rake with 113mm trail and ground clearance of 255mm. Seat height is 875mm with wet weight of 146kg.

A 43mm Showa inverted fork has 250mm of stroke: light weight and rigid, one side houses the spring while the other provides damping control. A 17mm front wheel spindle (2mm larger in diameter) improves rigidity and handling feel. Pro-Link rear suspension features a 240mm axle stroke; the Showa shock absorber is a single tube design with 40mm diameter cylinder.

The tapered aluminium swingarm incorporates a monoblock casting that provides the correct rigidity balance and reduces un-sprung mass. Extruded aluminium is used for the chain adjustment collar.

Up front, a 256mm floating wave-style disc is worked by a two-piston caliper. Two channel ABS is fitted as standard and gives the rider the option to switch it off for the rear caliper. Aluminium rims (21-inch front/18 rear) wear block pattern tyres (front: 3.00-21 51P, rear: 120/80-18M/C 62P). A small detail – but a useful one off-road – is that the gear lever now features a folding tip.

Equipment & Styling :

The CRF250L is a true small capacity all-rounder, and as such is built so form and function seamlessly intertwine. Its slim width not only helps it in traffic, but also off-road where the smooth seat/tank interface also allows the rider to transfer their weight freely.

Cohesively laid out, the new digital dash features a speedometer, tachometer plus fuel gauge and clock. Much more compact than the previous design, the rear light, indicators and number plate bracket tuck neatly out of harm’s way.

The 7.8L (including 1.8L reserve) fuel tank delivers class-leading range: with fuel consumption from the engine of 33.3km/l (WMTC mode), over 250km is possible. The flat filler cap is hinged for convenience.

The CRF250L comes finished in Honda’s Extreme Red racing colour as a base, with black and white accents drawn directly from HRC’s factory machines.

Engine
Engine Type  Liquid-cooled, Single, DOHC
Engine Displacement  250cc
Bore & Stroke  76 x 55mm
Compression Ratio  10.7: 1
Carburation  Programmed fuel injection system (PGM-FI)
Max. Power Output  18.2kW/8500rpm
Max. Torque  22.6Nm/6750rpm
Ignition  Full-transistor battery ignition
Starter  Electric
 
Transmission
Gearbox Type Constant mesh 6-speed
Clutch Wet multiplate hydraulic
Final Drive  Chain
 
Dimensions and Weight
Length x Width x Height  2195 x 815 x 1195mm
Wheelbase  1,445mm
Seat Height  875mm
Ground Clearance  255mm
Fuel Capacity  7.8 litres
Fuel Consumption 33.3km/litre
Kerb Weight  146kg
 
Wheels, Suspension and Brakes
Wheels Front  Wire Spoke 21 inch
Wheels Rear  Wire Spoke 18 inch
Tyres Front  3.00-21 51P
Tyres Rear  120/80-18M/C 62P
Suspension Front  43mm Telescopic Upsidedown
Suspension Rear  Swing arm (Pro-link suspension system)
Brakes 2-Channel ABS

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, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

CRF250L Colours

  • Extreme Red

Honda CRF250L Colours

 

 

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