Honda launches CRF250L with £3,950 starting price

Article by Anita Panait, on August 30, 2012

Honda has rolled out its latest dual-sport machine, the Honda CRF250L, to its dealerships. The Honda CRF250L, having a starting price of £3,950, follows in the tracks left by the XL250 and XR400. The road-legal, off-road machines feature a slim, compact frame that provides driver excellent control on urban streets and uneven off-road trails.

The Honda CRF250L is the latest product of Honda’s expertise in both off-road competition and dual purpose machinery, making it a machine capable of cruising city streets or country spaces. The Honda CRF250L boasts of dimensions, ergonomics, low weight, long-travel 43mm Showa USD forks and Pro-link rear suspension, making it well suited to a variety of terrains and riding conditions.

It is powered by a liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC single cylinder 250cc engine, which provides the machine with good power and torque across a wide rev range as well as excellent efficiency and fuel economy. The Honda CRF250L features looks inspired by the iconic CRF competition range – edgy and purposeful. The Honda CRF250L offers consumers a great value for money and quality as well as a taste of true competition pedigree.

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