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|10-12-2015, 05:00 AM||#1|
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CBR250RR becomes CBR350RR
Concept shown as the biggercapacity variant were likely to get in Europe
Young Machine's mock-up of the 'CBR350RR'
HERE’S what Honda’s CBR250RR will look like when it becomes the CBR350RR, according to Japanese magazine Young Machine.
Revealed as a ‘super sport concept’ two weeks ago, it’s likely to become a 250cc production model for Asian markets but get a capacity hike for Europe.
Yamaha’s YZF-R3, Kawasaki’s Ninja 300 and KTM’s RC390 are all counterparts of Asian-market 250s made bigger for Europe, so a similar tack with the new CBR would make sense.
The often-accurate Young Machine was one of the first to report that Honda was working on a new parallel-twin CBR250RR with a mock-up back in February. It's shown as a ‘CBR350RR’ in a new rendering in the latest issue.
According to Indonesian bike website TMCblog.com, it’s going to be launched in the first half of 2016.
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