Honda CBR250R Priced at $3999

December 1, 2010
Bart Madson
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The new CBR250R mimics the lines of its sporting Honda kin  like the VFR1200  but the big question remains: How much will the entry-level CBR cost
The Honda CBR250R will be priced at $3999, identical to the rival Kawasaki Ninja 250R. 2011 Honda CB1000R
The CB1000R will retail for $10,999, arriving in Spring 2011.

American Honda has announced pricing for its much-anticipated CBR250R. The entry-level single-cylinder sportbike will retail for $3999. The price is identical to the MSRP listed for the Kawasaki Ninja 250R. The ABS version of the CBR250R will fetch an extra $500.

Honda also announced pricing for the CB1000R naked at $10,999. Known as the Hornet in Europe, the new-to-the-U.S. CB1000R retails for $400 to $500 more than its traditional rivals – the Kawasaki Z1000 ($10,599) and Yamaha FZ1 ($10,490).

Both new Honda models are expected to hit dealer floors in Spring of 2011.

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