Honda has revealed full specifications for its upcoming CRF250L, a dual-sport with an engine based on the CBR250R‘s powerplant with a fuel efficiency of 104 mpg. A newly-designed frame makes use of the steel twin-tube structure to offer the rider a nimble ride while ensuring both agility and stability.
Honda CRF250L is powered by a liquid-cooled 250-cc 4-stroke DOHC single-cylinder engine with a peak output of 23hp at 8500rpm and 16 ft-lb. at 7000rpm. With the fuel efficiency that Honda has promised, a full tank will get you 208 miles. Other features include an upside-down fork, aluminum swingarm, Pro-Link suspension, wave-shaped rotors and multifunction digital display. Customers are offered a choice of two color schemes for the new Honda CRF250L, Extreme Red or Ross White. Check out!