Production-Spec CFMoto 250SR Unveiled: India Launch expected Next Year :- Recently, CFMoto 250SR bike was revealed by the company in its production-spec avatar. CFMoto 250SR is certainly the keenest looking 250cc motorcycle of this generation, at this time in the concept form and nearly ready to bring the production status to the name.
Production-Spec CFMoto 250SR Unveiled
250SR is the fully-faired version of 250NK naked bike as well as its prototype model was also revealed in the month of May this year. Talking about its visual appearance, the production-spec model of 250SR is quite alike to the protoype, save for hardly any differences.
One thing to keep note is that 250SR is going to be the only fully-faired sports bike in Chinese manufacturer’s line-up which claims of tourers, naked streetfighters, as well as an off-road focused bike.
The motorcycle can also be seen without a headlight, production-spec exhaust, as well as other important components such as the rear view mirrors, pillion seat, along with all the components that are essential to keep the pillion safe as well as comfortable.
The new 250SR has an exclusive front fascia with Ducati-like space around the front cowl in order to feature headlights (expected to be LED projectors) within them.
At the present, there hasn’t been any official word from CFMoto about 250SR’s for the launch in India. On the other hand, we are assuming the bike to reach India most probably next year for the reason that of the amplified popularity of quarter-litre fully-faired bikes in the nation.
Therefore, we think that 250SR may possibly be launched here at the Auto Expo 2020 as well as it is going to join CFMoto’s India line-up as its most reasonable offering, a title which at this time belongs to 300NK.
CFMoto 250SR has been designed to rival fully-faired bikes such as Suzuki Gixxer SF 250, Honda CBR 250R, as well as even KTM RC 200. Therefore, to get popular among these amazing bikes, the 250SR relies on its sharp styling which is highlighted by a split LED headlamp cluster, chiselled fuel tank, compact dimensions, along with an aggressive riding stance.
CFMoto 250SR will make use of inverted forks as well as an adjustable monoshock while braking duties is also going to be tended to front and rear disc brakes by Brembo.
CFMoto 250SR is going to be powered by CFMoto 250 NK’s engine, which on the other hand is a 249.2 cc liquid cooled motor that puts out 26 bhp and 22 Nm. This engine is also going to be paired to a six-speed manual transmission.
If powered by a 250 cc engine, CFMoto 250SR will most possibly be less expensive as compared to CFMoto 300NK, which costs ₹2.29 lakh. Therefore, we are expecting that 250SR’s price is going to be around ₹1.8 lakh to ₹2 lakh.