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Cars Subtle facelift for Euro 5 - Honda CRF 250 L and CRF 250 Rally

14:30  03 november  2020
14:30  03 november  2020 Source:   motorradonline.de

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Crash / engine guards for CRF 250 Rally . Heavy duty bash plate. CONSIDER. A good idea in rocky terrain, but not something I need As a CRF 250 L owner I totally agree to your opinions. There is just one thing missing, I consider frame protectors on the footrest triangle as a necessity.See here, why: I

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Honda has refreshed its two small enduro bikes CRF 250 L and CRF 250 Rally for the 2021 model year. Even before the official premiere on November 13th, the Japanese published the first information.

  Dezente Modellpflege für Euro 5 - Honda CRF 250 L und CRF 250 Rally © Honda

The facelift of the two 250cc machines is of course the focus of the Euro 5 conversion. Modifications to the exhaust, air filter, inlet and outlet sides make the single-cylinder four-stroke engine fit for the new specifications. There is no concrete information about the changes yet. So far, the 250 single has made 25 hp and 23 Nm, a performance potential that it should probably keep.

New frame, modified look

Other changes for 2021 include modified frames with increased rigidity and less weight, revised spring elements with more suspension travel and subtle optical retouching. The CRF 250 L approaches the CRF 450 and gets a new headlight, new hand guards and new side covers. The rally keeps its Dakar look, but is equipped with an enlarged tank, a higher windshield, new handguards and new side panels.

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Folie 1 von 4: Honda überabteitet zum Modelljahr 2021 seine beiden 250er-Viertaktenduros. 1/4 SLIDES © Honda Honda CRF250L and CRF250 Rally Honda is upgrading its two 250cc four-stroke enduro bikes for the 2021 model year. Folie 2 von 4: Modifikationen am Auspuff sowie der Ein- und Ausslassseite brigne den Einzylinder auf Euro 5-Niveau. 2/4 SLIDES © Honda Honda CRF250L and CRF250 Rally Modifications to the exhaust as well as the inlet and outlet side bring the single cylinder to Euro 5 level. Folie 3 von 4: Die CRF 250 L erhält neue Verkleidungsteile 3/4 SLIDES © Honda Honda CRF250L The CRF 250 L gets new fairing parts Folie 4 von 4: Die Rally-Version bekommt zusätzlich einen größeren Tank. 4/4 SLIDES © Honda Honda CRF250 Rally The rally version also gets a larger tank.

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