The 2017 Honda CRF250L/A will hit Australian showrooms in March, and will be available with ABS for $6,399 or without ABS for $6,099.
The dual-purpose Honda CRF250L/A is designed to be a lightweight, manoeuvrable machine that can easily handle congested city streets with superb controllability; while its suspension, ground clearance and seat height (875mm with wet weight of 146kg) deliver a fun and comfortable ride on rough roads and trails.
For 2017, the CRF250L/A has an increased power output thanks to a revised fuel injection system and throttle body configuration, new airbox and lightweight exhaust system.
The ABS model is fitted with two-channel, switchable ABS, giving the option to disengage the rear brake if you feel the need.
The bike is fitted with aluminium rims (21-inch front, 18-inch rear) with block pattern tyres as standard.
Being a small capacity all-rounder, it is fitted with a new cohesively laid out compact digital dash which features a speedometer, tachometer plus fuel gauge and clock.
Much more compact than the previous design, the rear light, indicators and numberplate bracket are neatly out of harm’s way.
A small but useful detail for the off-road explorers is that the gear lever now features a folding tip.
The 2017 Honda CRF250L/A also has new body work inspired by the CRF450R.
The 2017 CRF250L/A with improved power, appearance and usefulness, is a great place to start your motorcycling adventure and opens a whole new range of two-wheeled opportunities to riders whatever their experience level.
If this bike stimulates the senses then more information on the exciting new CRF250L/A or on the entire range visit your nearest Honda dealership or go to www.hondamotorcycles.com.au