|45 Km per Litre||250 CC||Excellent looks|
|Dimensions & Weight||Engine|
|Wheelbase (mm)||1405||Model Designation||Liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC 4-valve 90° V-twin|
|Length (mm)||2070||Compression Ratio||11: 1|
|Width (mm)||725||Displacement (cc)||250cc|
|Height (mm)||1055||Gear Box||5 Speed Transmission|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||155||Bore & Stroke||60 X 44.2 (mm X mm)|
|Weight (kgs)||161||Ignition||Computer-controlled fully transistorised with electronic advance|
|Front||296 mm Single Hydraulic Disc with Dual Piston Caliper and Resin Mould Pads||Front||110/70-17M/C (54H)|
|Rear||220 mm Hydraulic Disc with Dual Piston Caliper and Resin Mould Pads||Rear||140/70-17M/C (66H)|
|Max. Horsepower||22kW/10,500min-1 (95/1/EC)|
|Max. Torque||22Nm/8,500min-1 (95/1/EC|
|Fuel Tank (In Liters)||12.4|
- Excellent looks.
- Great engine.
- Expensive Bike.
- Low On mileage.
- Adjustable fork
- Sporty alloy wheels
- High performance
- PGM fuel injection system
- Italian Red with Accurate Silver Metallic
- Graphite Black with Accurate Silver Metallic
- Pearl Sunbeam White with Matt Ray Silver
(The exact details are still not out. These are anticipated colors options.)
Honda is all set to introduce one model of its much popular bike Honda VTR in India. The new and aggressive looking VTR is aimed towards the young generation riders of India. The bike is expected to very powerful and dynamic loaded with a 250cc engine. The latest PGM fuel injection system will ensures optimum utilization of fuel and 5 Speed Transmission gearbox will provide smooth changing of gears. The new Honda VTR is well versed with some other astounding features like self and kicks start options, stylish and sophisticated alloy wheels, disc brakes at both ends etc.
The appearance of the Honda VTR is very aggressive and a sort of unbeaten look. The standard dashboard comprising of fuel gauge, tachometer, tripmeter, speedometer along with standard indicators make it a gratified package. Silencer of the Honda VTR is in a new sporty shape. The bike is expected to be launched during the end of November 2010 at a price range of Rs.150000.
The new Honda VTR is expected to cost around Rs. 1,50,000 .
(Please Note: The price range is ex-showroom and based on the close approximation. Please check the latest prices and variant specifications with your dealer)
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