The 2016 MotoGP season was positively the perfect one for group Repsol Honda (HRC) as rider Marc Marquez was delegated best on the planet for the fifth time, while HRC likewise brought home the constructor’s title.
Presently, praising its exceptional achievement, the Japanese maker’s Indian arm – Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has presented the CBR250R Limited version – ‘The Repsol Honda Racing Replica’.
Appointments for the new restricted release has initiated crosswise over dealerships, whereas prices are yet to be declared. The Honda CBR250R Repsol Racing Replica release is devoted to the group’s two riders and is accessible in two distinct variants – Marc Marquez 93 and Dani Pedrosa 26.
The quarter-liter offering gets the paint plot propelled by the amazing RC213V dashing bicycle and accompanies MotoGP representation, while likewise wearing the quantities of the two riders, willingly meaning their legacy.
In any case, this isn’t the first run through Honda has declared the Repsol Racing Replica version for the CBR250R. The constrained version show had already been marked down in 2013, while the standard Repsol release is a piece of the 250R’s shading choices.
Remarking on the presentation of the constrained release CBR250R, HMSI Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Yadvinder Singh Guleria said, “In the wake of seeing the commendable execution and accomplishment of Repsol Honda Team at the 2016 MotoGP season, we needed to offer clients and hustling lovers, an exceptional experience of owning their own one of a kind Repsol Racing Replica bike.
We have embraced Team Repsol Honda paint and realistic plan specifically propelled by the unbelievable RC213V including the quantities of our star riders, Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa.” As for mechanicals, the Honda CBR250R Repsol Racing Replica restricted release gets no progressions and keeps on drawing power from the 250cc fluid cooled, single-chamber DOHC motor blocked to belt out 26bhp and 22.9Nm of torque at 7000rpm.
The engine comes combined to a 6-speed gearbox. Group Repsol Honda’s accomplishment in the 2016 MotoGP season accompanies 12 platform completions and 5 shaft positions from Marc Marquez. The 23-year-old was delegated with the title in the wake of taking the win at Motegi this year, while Dani Pedrosa won the title having at the San Marino GP this year. Both Marquez and Pedrosa will race for Honda in the 2017 season.