Day: 20 August 2021

2022 HONDA CRF50F

Model updatesThe 2022 CRF50F receives a new graphic upgrade to bring it in line with its larger family members, the CRF250R and CRF450R

 

Contents:

1 Introduction

2 Key features

3 Technical specifications

 

 

  1. Introduction

 

There's simply no better choice for introducing kids to motorcycling than the CRF50F. The pocketsize machine is armed with a fun-but-reliable 49cc air-cooled four-stroke engine with an automatic clutch, and its 10-inch wheels and low seat height instil confidence in young riders who are just getting started on collecting lifetimes of motorcycling memories. For 22YM it receives a graphic update to being it in line with it larger CRF250R and CRF450R siblings.

 

2 Key Features

 

2.1 Chassis

 

  • Steel frame and reinforced swingarm
  • Inverted telescopic front forks
  • 10 x 2.5 spoked wheels for excellent manoeuvrability and ride quality
  • CRF450R style bodywork
  • Low 548mm seat height
  • New all red paint scheme for 2022

 

With a kid-friendly layout and low seat height, the CRF50F is unintimidating for young new riders.  The steel frame and reinforced swingarm offer an excellent balance of strength and compliance. Inverted telescopic front forks deliver confidence-inspiring performance with 9.4cm of travel, and are paired with a single rear shock to ensure fun, predictable handling. Spring and damping rates are dialled in for optimum comfort and bump absorption.

 

10 x 2.5in wheels feature 28 spokes and die-cast aluminium hubs and are fitted with wide

off-road tyres for excellent manoeuvrability and smooth ride quality. Drum brakes front and rear provide ample stopping power.

 

The CRF50F wears its heritage with pride. Featuring CRF450R-inspired bodywork, the narrow 11cm wide seat, slim fuel tank and extra-low 548mm seat height provide excellent comfort and mobility for a broad range of young riders.

 

The motocross style bars feature a padded protector in the middle and high-quality grips to aid control. Folding, serrated foot pegs offer secure footing even in muddy conditions and the plastic mudguards are strong and durable.

 

For 2022, the CRF50R wears a striking new all red paint scheme and bold new graphics to celebrate Honda’s off-road racing pedigree. 

 

 

 

2.2 Engine

 

  • Fun and practical 49cc single
  • 11 piston valve carburettor for excellent feedback and throttle response
  • Adjustable throttle limiter
  • Automatic cam chain tensioner
  • Smooth 3 speed transmission

 

For youngsters who are new to riding, the priority is having fun, while parents typically look for reliability and ease of maintenance. The CRF50F excels in both.

 

The CRF50F's SOHC 49cc four-stroke engine delivers smooth, easy to use power. Bore and stroke are 39 x 41.4mm and the 10:1 compression ratio means good performance and easy kickstarting.  The 11mm piston valve carburettor gives the rider excellent feedback and throttle response across the rev range, while strong fuel efficiency means more fun from each tank.

 

The throttle limiter is adjustable, giving a greater level of security, and a closed crankcase ventilation system safeguards against engine oil contamination.

 

CD ignition is maintenance-free and the engine features an automatic cam-chain tensioner to maximise endurance. Final drive is taken care of by a durable 420 chain that is both dependable and low maintenance. The air filter is both easy to access and washable.

 

The CRF50F features a smooth shifting, three speed transmission and a simple-to-use automatic clutch. A keyed ignition and quiet and efficient exhaust give further peace of mind.

 

3. Technical Specifications

 

 

ENGINE

 

Type

Air cooled, two valve, four stroke SOHC single cylinder

Displacement

49cc

Bore x Stroke

39.0 x 41.4mm

Compression Ratio

10.0:1

FUEL SYSTEM

 

Carburation

11 piston valve carburettor

Fuel Tank Capacity

4.1L (inc. reserve)

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

 

Starter

Kickstarter

DRIVETRAIN

 

Clutch Type

Automatic

Transmission Type

Manual 3-speed

Final Drive

Chain

FRAME

 

Type

Steel

CHASSIS

 

Dimensions (L´W´H)

1298 x 581 x 775mm

Wheelbase

912mm

Caster Angle

25°

Trail

32mm

Seat Height

548mm

Ground Clearance

152mm

Kerb Weight

50.34 kg

SUSPENSION

 

Type Front

Inverted telescopic fork. 9.4cm of travel

Type Rear

Single shock. 6.9cm of travel

WHEELS

 

Type Front

Aluminium spoke

Type Rear

Aluminium spoke

Tyres Front

2.5 x 10

Tyres Rear

2.5 x 10

BRAKES

 

Front

Drum

Rear

Drum

 

All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice

Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

The CRF250R and CRF250RX headline the 2022 CRF family updates

  • Major upgrades for CRF250R and CRF250RX target peak cornering performance, ease of handling and gate-to-flag consistency in lap time
  • Both models inherit the multi MXGP championship-winning frame of the 21YM CRF450R
  • Extensive cylinder head revisions and improved intake and exhaust efficiency substantially improve low to mid rpm drive and increase top end power by 10%
  • Suspension receives brand new valving to improve bump absorption, traction and control
  • New 9 plate clutch for improved performance and endurance
  • New lighter bodywork
  • 3kg weight saving compared to previous design
  • Off-road CRF family all now available in striking new all red colour scheme

The new 22YM CRF250R and CRF250RX headline the latest tranche of updates to Honda’s multi championship winning off-road family.

Following updates to the 22YM CRF450R and CRF450RX that saw both bikes receive suspension refinements to further build on their 21YM ground-up ‘Razor Sharp Cornering’ redesign, the 22YM CRF250R and CRF250RX inherit several of their bigger siblings’ recent technical advancements to make it easier for riders of all levels to go consistently faster for longer, lap after lap.

The 22YM CRF250R now uses the multi MXGP championship-winning frame and swing arm from the 21YM CRF450R, receives extensive engine upgrades, a new 9 plate clutch, revised suspension and benefits from a 3kg weight saving.

The 22YM models’ engines benefit from extensive revisions to both intake and exhaust efficiency, including a larger airbox, re-angled fuel injectors, revised valve timings, ‘straight down’ exhaust port and new lighter single exhaust. Drive is delivered via a new 9 plate clutch developed to improve both endurance and feel (with a lighter lever action) and the power is transmitted through revised gear ratios. The overall effect of the engine changes are a 10% improvement in top power and 15% more mid-range torque, enhancing both top speeds and low to mid range drive.

The new frame and swingarm as found on the current CRF450R, which has taken Tim Gajser to back-to-back MXGP Championships in 2019 and 2020, has its rigidity balance and geometry optimised and is supported by new re-valved Showa suspension to enhance cornering ability and handling.

All the bodywork is new. Designed with Computational Flow Dynamics, the radiator shrouds are now made from a single piece of plastic and feature a new lower vent to improve airflow to the radiator. The new seat is shorter, lighter and 10mm lower at the rear to improve rider freedom and movement.

The 22YM CRF250RX benefits from all the same updates as its motocross sibling, but features a unique ECU fuel injection mapping for improved enduro performance, an 8L plastic fuel tank, instead of the CRF250R’s 6.3L titanium tank, a forged aluminium sidestand and the inclusion of new knuckle guards as standard.

The 22YM CRF250R, CRF250RX, along with the smaller CRF150R, CRF125F, CRF110F and CRF50F follow the lead of the 21YM CRF450R and CRF450RX and feature a striking new all-red graphic update.

22YM HONDA CRF150RB

Model updatesThe 2022 CRF150RB receives a new graphic upgrade to bring it in line with its larger family members, the CRF250R and CRF450R.

 

Contents:

1 Introduction

2 Key features

3 Technical specifications

 

  1. Introduction

 

The CRF150RB is Honda's smallest motocrosser, a serious competition machine, and the perfect gateway to the championship-winning full-sized CRF250R and CRF450R.  It features a four-stroke Unicam engine – unique in the mini MX world – that delivers smooth, ample power and torque across the rev range. Showa suspension components comprise a 37mm inverted fork and a Pro-Link rear-swing arm with a single Showa shock matched to a lightweight steel frame. For 22YM it receives a graphic update to bring it in line with its larger CRF250R and CRF450R siblings

 

 

2 Key Features

 

 

2.1 Chassis

 

  • Lightweight, high tensile steel frame
  • 37mm leading-axle inverted Showa cartridge forks
  • Pro-link swingarm
  • Large 19in front and 16in rear wheels
  • Single 220mm front and 190mm rear brake discs
  • CRF450R style bodywork featuring a low 866mm seat height
  • New all red paint scheme for 2022

The CRF150RB features a lightweight, high-tensile steel frame with large-diameter frame tubing and cross-member for excellent turning performance and straight-line tracking.

For optimum compression and rebound control, the CRF150RB uses 37mm leading-axle inverted Showa cartridge forks with friction-reducing technology, paired with a Pro-link swingarm. Large, strong, lightweight wheels – 19in front and 16in rear – feature supportive 15mm and 17mm axles respectively for a balance of minimal unsprung weight and strength, durability and control. Both front and rear suspension also feature settings unique to the CRF150RB to further deliver ideal bump absorption characteristics in even the toughest of track conditions.

Lightweight single discs, 220mm front and 190mm rear, are grabbed by high performance pads offering powerful and precise braking into the turns. An HRC works-type rear-brake system integrates the rear master cylinder and fluid reservoir, eliminating the separate rear master-cylinder reservoir and hose.

 

Like every member of the Honda off-road CRF family, the CRF150RB wears its heritage with pride. The 4.2L upr

A twin-sump lubrication system reduces the amount of circulating oil and employs a smaller oil pump that separates the oil supply for the crankshaft, piston and valve train from the clutch and transmission. This ensures a regular supply of cool oil to the clutch and eliminates any potential clutch and transmission material contamination.

The large-capacity airbox connects via a 26mm intake and features a reusable two-stage foam air filter for optimal performance. A 22.5mm exhaust post connects to a lightweight stainless-steel header and re-packable aluminium muffler.

The CRF150RB features a smooth-shifting, close ratio five speed transmission that is matched perfectly to the broad powerband for strong. engaging performance in any gear.

 

 3. Technical Specifications

 

 

ENGINE

 

Type

Water cooled, four valve, four stroke Unicam single

Displacement

149.7cc

Bore x Stroke

66.0 x 43.7mm

Compression Ratio

11.7:1

FUEL SYSTEM

 

Carburation

Keihin 32mm flat-slide carburetor

Fuel Tank Capacity

4.2L (inc. reserve)

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

 

Starter

Kick

DRIVETRAIN

 

Clutch Type

Wet multiplate

Transmission Type

Close ratio Manual 5-speed

Final Drive

Chain

FRAME

 

Type

Steel

CHASSIS

 

Dimensions (L´W´H)

1899 x 769 x 1170mm

Wheelbase

1285mm

Caster Angle

27°48’

Trail

96mm

Seat Height

866mm

Ground Clearance

335mm

Kerb Weight

84.8 kg

SUSPENSION

 

Type Front

37mm fully-adjustable leading-axle inverted conventional Showa cartridge fork. 27.4cm of travel

Type Rear

Pro-link fully adjustable Showa single shock. 27.1cm of travel

WHEELS

 

Type Front

Aluminium spoke

Type Rear

Aluminium spoke

Tyres Front

70/100-19

Tyres Rear

90/100-16

BRAKES

 

Front

Single 220mm disc

Rear

Single 190mm disc

 

All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice

Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

22YM HONDA CRF125F

Model updatesThe 22YM CRF125F receives a new graphic upgrade to bring it in line with its larger family members, the CRF250R and CRF450R.

 

Contents:

1 Introduction

2 Key features

3 Technical specifications

 

    1. Introduction

     

    With its fun performance and looks that mirror its larger competition motocross siblings, the CRF125F is the perfect springboard for younger riders moving up from the smaller CRF50F and CRF110F to larger, more race-oriented competitive machinery. Available in both a standard and a ‘Big Wheel’ edition for taller riders for 22YM, it also receives a graphic update to bring it in line with its larger CRF250R and CRF450R siblings.

     

    2 Key Features

     

     

    2.1 Chassis

     

    • Twin spar steel frame
    • 31mm inverted telescopic front forks
    • Pro-link swingarm
    • Large 17in / 19in (‘Big Wheel’) front wheel with single 220mm brake disc
    • CRF450R style bodywork
    • Low 739mm / 785mm (‘Big Wheel’) seat height
    • New all red paint scheme for 2022

     

     

    The CRF125F features a twin spar steel frame with a heavy-duty design inspired by the frame architecture of the race-ready CRF250R and CRF450R motocrossers, providing a considered balance of rigidity and suppleness.

     

    Inverted 31mm telescopic front forks deliver confidence-inspiring performance with 13.2cm / 16.8cm (‘Big Wheel’) of travel and are paired with a Pro-link swingarm and a single shock for consistent, high quality performance. The 17in / 19in (‘Big Wheel’) front wheel aids tractability and handling, and the 14in / 16in (‘Big Wheel’)  rear provides strong drive and agility. A single 220mm hydraulic front disc and 95mm rear drum provide strong, smooth stopping power.

     

    Like every member of the Honda off-road CRF family, the CRF125F wears its heritage with pride. The 4.5L steel fuel tank, with integrated fuel pump and fuel filter, is protected by frame design shields in the event of a fall. The CRF450R-inspired bodywork is matched with a low 739mm / 785mm (‘Big Wheel’)  seat height, complemented with high, wide motocross bars that feature half-waffle grips, perfect for smaller hands. A handlebar-mounted multiple-function switch incorporates the starter button, ignition “key on” indicator, fuel-injection system status and a low fuel indicator warning, that illuminates when only 1L of fuel remains. The brake lever is adjustable for both comfort and performance.

     

    For 2022, the CRF125F wears a striking new all-red paint scheme and bold new graphics to celebrate Honda’s off-road racing pedigree. 

     

    2.2 Engine

     

    • 9cc SOHC engine returns with smooth, linear power delivery
    • Keihin electronically controlled fuel-injection system delivers friendly, linear power
    • Four-speed gearbox is well matched to the broad power spread
    • Electric starter for added convenience

     

     

    The CRF125F's SOHC 124.9cc four-stroke engine delivers smooth, easy-to-use linear power. Bore and stroke are 52.4 x 57.9mm with a 9:1 compression ratio.  The Keihin electronically- controlled fuel-injection system delivers linear and hesitation-free usable power at all rev ranges and throttle openings,

     

    The CRF125F features a smooth-shifting, four speed transmission that is matched perfectly to the broad powerband for strong, engaging performance in any gear.

     

    The electric starter gives convenience, with a kick start available as a backup.

     

    3. Technical Specifications

     

     

     

    CRF125F

    CRF125F ‘BIG WHEEL’

    ENGINE

     

    Type

    Air cooled, two valve, four stroke SOHC 25º single cylinder

    Displacement

    124.9cc

    Bore x Stroke

    52.4.0 x 57.9mm

    Compression Ratio

    9.0:1

    FUEL SYSTEM

     

    Carburation

    Fuel injection

    Fuel Tank Capacity

    4.5L (inc. reserve)

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

     

    Starter

    Electric and kickstarter

    DRIVETRAIN

     

    Clutch Type

    Wet multiplate

    Transmission Type

    Manual 4-speed

    Final Drive

    Chain 13T/46T

    Chain 13T/49T

    FRAME

     

    Type

    Steel

    CHASSIS

     

    Dimensions (L´W´H)

    1770 x 739 x 1000mm

    1857 x 769 x 1069mm

    Wheelbase

    1219mm

    1255mm

    Caster Angle

    27°30’

    Trail

    81mm

    94mm

    Seat Height

    739mm

    785mm

    Ground Clearance

    211mm

    267mm

    Kerb Weight

    87.99kg

    90.27kg

    SUSPENSION

     

    Type Front

    Inverted telescopic fork. 13.2cm of travel

    Inverted telescopic fork. 16.8cm of travel

    Type Rear

    Single shock. 13.97cm of travel

    Single shock. 16.8cm of travel

    WHEELS

     

    Type Front

    Aluminium spoke

    Type Rear

    Aluminium spoke

    Tyres Front

    70/100-17 w/tube

    10/100-19 w/tube

    Tyres Rear

    90/100-14 w/tube

    90/100-16 w/tube

    BRAKES

     

    Front

    Hydraulic, single 220mm disc

    Rear

    Drum

     

    All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice

22YM HONDA CRF110F

Model updatesThe 22YM CRF110F receives a new graphic upgrade to bring it in line with its larger family members, the CRF250R and CRF450R

 

Contents:

1 Introduction

2 Key features

3 Technical specifications

 

  1. Introduction

 

With its proven durability and new-rider-friendly performance, the CRF110F perfectly encapsulates Honda’s proud heritage—extending back nearly four decades to the legendary XR75—of four-stroke trail bikes that are kid-sized but full-featured. In the modern era, that means clean-running Keihin fuel injection as well as a clutch-less four-speed semi-automatic transmission and push-button electric start.

For 22YM it receives a graphic update to bring it in line with it larger CRF250R and CRF450R siblings.

 

2 Key Features

 

 

2.1 Chassis

 

  • Twin spar steel frame and reinforced swingarm
  • Inverted telescopic front forks
  • CRF450R style bodywork
  • Low 657 mm seat height
  • New all red paint scheme for 2022

 

With a friendly rider layout and low seat height, the CRF110F is the perfect next step for younger riders moving up from the CRF50F. The CRF110F features a twin-spar steel frame and like its smaller sibling, a reinforced swingarm, that combine to offer an excellent balance of rigidity and comfort. Inverted telescopic front forks deliver confidence-inspiring performance with 9.9cm of travel, and when paired with the single rear shock, let this small bike handle the bigger bumps with good control and minimal bottoming out.

 

Like every member of the Honda off-road CRF family, the CRF110F wears its heritage with pride. The 4.5L steel fuel tank, with integrated fuel pump and fuel filter, is protected by frame design shields in the event of a fall. The CRF450R-inspired bodywork is matched with a low 657mm seat height, complemented with high, wide motocross bars that feature a handlebar pad and half-waffle grips, perfect for small hands. A handlebar-mounted multiple-function switch incorporates the starter button, ignition “key on” indicator, fuel-injection system status and a low fuel indicator warning, that illuminates when only 1L of fuel remains. 

 

For 2022, the CRF110F wears a striking new all red paint scheme and bold new graphics to celebrate Honda’s off-road racing pedigree. 

 

 

 

 

2.2 Engine

 

  • Fun and practical 109cc single
  • Keihin electronically controlled fuel-injection system delivers friendly linear power
  • Adjustable throttle limiter
  • Smooth 4 speed transmission
  • Electric starter for added convenience

 

The CRF110F's SOHC 109cc four-stroke engine delivers smooth, easy-to-use power, perfect for novice riders. Bore and stroke are 50.0 x 55.6mm with a 9:1 compression ratio. 

The Keihin electronically controlled fuel-injection system delivers linear and hesitation-free power at all rev ranges and throttle openings, providing friendly power delivery, minimising any intimidation for newer younger riders and providing enjoyment at all levels.

The adjustable throttle limiter gives owners a greater level of freedom to match the available performance with the rider’s ability.

 

The CRF110F features a smooth shifting, four speed transmission and a simple-to-use automatic clutch. The electric starter gives convenience, with a kick start available as a backup.

 

 3. Technical Specifications

 

 

ENGINE

 

Type

Air cooled, two valve, four stroke SOHC 80º single cylinder

Displacement

109.2cc

Bore x Stroke

50.0 x 55.6mm

Compression Ratio

9.0:1

FUEL SYSTEM

 

Carburation

Fuel injection

Fuel Tank Capacity

4.5L (inc. reserve)

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

 

Starter

Electric and kickstarter

DRIVETRAIN

 

Clutch Type

Automatic

Transmission Type

Manual 4-speed

Final Drive

Chain

FRAME

 

Type

Steel

CHASSIS

 

Dimensions (L´W´H)

1541 x 678 x 922mm

Wheelbase

1064mm

Caster Angle

25°10’

Trail

53mm

Seat Height

657mm

Ground Clearance

170mm

Kerb Weight

76.66 kg

SUSPENSION

 

Type Front

Inverted telescopic fork. 9.9cm of travel

Type Rear

Single shock. 9.65cm of travel

WHEELS

 

Type Front

Aluminium spoke

Type Rear

Aluminium spoke

Tyres Front

70/100-14 w/tube

Tyres Rear

80/100-12 w/tube

BRAKES

 

Front

Drum

Rear

Drum

 

All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice

Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

2022 HONDA CRF250R

Model updatesThe new CRF250R is stronger than ever, gaining the MXGP championship-winning chassis of the 22YM CRF450R, plus extensive cylinder head development for a considerable low-rpm torque boost. New radiators improve efficiency, the clutch now has 9 plates, while the strengthened gearbox features revised ratios.

 

Contents:

1 Introduction

2 Model overview

3 Key features

4 Technical specifications

 

 

  1. Introduction

 

The MX2 class is relentless, close-quarter battle. And Honda’s CRF250R has proved itself a worthy weapon for the fight. Competition has led its evolution over time, through increments and steps, into a platform that the amateur MX enthusiast – as well as pro-racer – can extract the utmost out of, every metre of every lap.

 

For 18YM the CRF250R underwent a ground-up redesign that inherited the ‘Absolute Holeshot’ philosophy of the 17YM CRF450R, sharing its seventh-generation frame, revised geometry and Showa suspension. It was also armed with a brand-new DOHC engine and switchable engine mapping; rider-focused ergonomics ensured it remained an MX machine that the hobby rider could exploit to their individual level of ability.

 

Just one year on from this full model change the 19YM CRF250R received a boost to low-rpm torque, through extensive intake and exhaust development, plus HRC launch control, revised front brake caliper and adjustable-position Renthal Fatbars. In 20YM it moved forward once again, with the frame and swingarm of the 19YM CRF450R and more mid-range for the engine.

 

Now, for 22YM, the CRF250R receives major upgrades to make it ‘The Strongest Ever’ including chassis upgrades inherited from the 21YM CRF450R improving both ability and agility, plus stronger low-rpm torque to make best use of the new chassis, and improved toughness and durability.

 

2. Model Overview

 

To make going fast easier, the cumulative learnings of recent CRF450R developments have focused around reducing rider fatigue – which helps riders not only of world-class calibre but also MX enthusiasts of all ability levels to post constantly optimal lap times.

 

And what’s good for the 450 is even better for the 250. A full 3kg lighter, the CRF250R’s new frame and swingarm’s rigidity balance – combined with tighter chassis geometry and heightened ground clearance – target peak cornering performance and ease of handling. In support, the Showa suspension gets brand-new valving, improving bump absorption, traction and control.

 

Riders have always loved the CRF250R’s top-end power hit. To link up with the healthy mid-range, extensive revision to both intake and exhaust efficiency yields much-improved low-rpm drive; a great deal of work has also gone into enhancing high-rpm cam timing accuracy and long-term reliability. A 9-plate clutch and optimised ratios for the strengthened gearbox ensure none of the engine’s extra punch is wasted.

 

 3. Key Features

 

3.1 Chassis

 

  • 3kg weight saving, with HRC input running through frame, swingarm, rigidity balance and geometry for enhanced cornering ability and ease of use
  • 49mm Showa front fork with 5mm extra travel and more rigid axle clamps
  • Optimised spring rate and compression/rebound damping front and rear
  • Compact new seat design and plastics aid rider freedom

 

Where the CRF450R leads, the CRF250R follows. So while its chassis was unchanged for 21YM, for 22YM it is equipped with the same platform that debuted on the production 21YM CRF450R, after intense development from HRC. And it’s a base point that has now carried Tim Gajser to two consecutive MXGP World Championships.

 

Alongside the punchier engine, a 3kg weight saving, geometry changes and suspension upgrades cohere to create a package that’s easier to ride fast, lap after lap.

 

Thanks to narrower main spars, the frame weighs 700g less than the previous design, while a redesigned subframe also saves 320g. The chassis dynamic is also new: while torsional rigidity is maintained, lateral rigidity has been reduced by 20% to increase corner speed, traction and steering accuracy. The swingarm pivot point has rib placement optimised; the aluminium swingarm has a new rigidity balance tuned to match the frame.

 

Both top and bottom yokes feature increased flex, to give sharper, more agile cornering and bump reaction. Fully adjustable, the 49mm Showa USD coil spring fork is a version of the Showa ‘factory’ fork supplied to MX race teams in the Japanese championship. With the target of smoother cornering performance the forks have been re-valved, the stroke lengthened by 5mm to 310mm and the axle clamps’ rigidity increased to improve grip and rut ride-over ability.

 

The Showa rear shock’s main piston valving is enlarged for faster response and smoother bump absorption and rut ride-over. Its spring uses lightweight steel, ­saving 120g. The Pro-Link ratio is also new.

 

The seat is now shorter, lighter and 10mm lower at the rear, to aid the rider’s freedom of movement. It’s also simpler to remove and install. Maintenance is also easier, as the number of 8mm bolts securing the minimal bodywork goes from 6 to 4 each side. The new machine is slimmer by 70mm (50mm on the left, 20mm on the exhaust side) and the plastics thinner, while the tank cover has been removed.

 

Rake and trail are tighter, 27.2°/115mm (from 27.4°/116mm) and wheelbase shorter 1477mm (1486mm). Ground clearance goes up 6mm to 333mm, and the bottom yoke now sits 5.1mm higher at 927mm. Kerb weight is 104kg, a full 3kg lighter than the previous model.

 

Designed with Computational Flow Dynamics (CFD) for maximum through-flow of air, the radiator shrouds are now constructed from one piece of plastic, rather than two and include a lower vent while the radiator grills are optimised for airflow. Holding 6.3L, the titanium fuel tank has also been redesigned.

 

Standard-fit, lightweight Renthal Fatbar flex for optimal comfort; the top yoke features two handlebar-holder locations for moving the handlebar rearward and forward by 26mm. When the holder is turned 180°, the handlebar can be moved an additional 10mm from the base position, resulting in four unique riding positions.

 

Up front, the twin-piston brake caliper employs 30 and 27mm diameter pistons and 260mm wave-pattern disc; along with low-expansion rate brake hose, it gives both a strong feel and consistent staying power. The single-piston rear caliper is matched to a 240mm wave-pattern disc.

 

DID aluminium rims, with directly attached spoke pattern layout are finished in black; 80/100-21 PIRELLI MX32 MIDSOFT front and 100/90-19 PIRELLI MX32 MIDSOFT rear soft-terrain tyres are fitted as standard equipment.

 

A striking new all-red graphic treatment complements the 22YM CRF250R’s sharper lines.

 

3.2 Engine

 

  • Intake and cylinder head development plus straight exhaust port/downtube and single muffler yield up to 10% more power and up to 15% extra torque.
  • High-rpm valve-timing accuracy and cylinder head oil delivery also improved
  • 9-plate clutch improves endurance with lighter lever feel
  • Gearbox ratios revised for roll-on ‘snap’; new shift drum for smoother changes
  • More efficient radiator cooling

 

The CRF250R’s 249.4cc DOHC engine has long established a top-end that’s one of the best trackside, and the 20YM received a heathy peak power and mid-range torque boost. Improved torque and power from low rpm – while maintaining all the gains of 20YM – drove development for the 22YM tune. And the dyno curves clearly demonstrate a significant increase.

 

Picking up earlier in the rev-range, power output is smooth and linear, while torque bulges at significantly lower rpm. Overall, there’s up to 10% more power and 15% torque across the rev range for fluid, same gear corner-to-corner over-rev.

 

The overall result? A big-hitting engine just got an even heavier hit, delivering strong, accessible drive from low down to make real use of the new chassis’ agility. And it’s the culmination of many improvements – some large, some small – that have upped performance.

 

Low-rpm combustion stability and gas flow in, and out, of the chamber served as main focus. Headlines are a revised air intake funnel and cone tube, fed by a 78% larger-capacity airbox, now 4.1L, an injector angle now set at 60° (rather than 30°) and a straight exhaust port. Air intake efficiency is improved, alongside air intake cooling. The air filter’s also easier to access.

 

A myriad of detailed improvements have gone into the top-end of the engine; the intake cam sprocket is now press-fit, saving weight with more accurate timing accuracy. Double springs for the intake valves (rather than single) give extra high-rpm control. The oil’s pathway to the camshaft journals has been modified, alongside a more rigid camshaft holder and head to reduce journal friction.

 

Valve timing has been optimised; precise re-alignment of the rocker arm shaft position aids high-rpm performance while the piston and connecting rod design maximise efficiency. Bore and stroke remains 79 x 50.9mm, with a 4.5mm cylinder offset to reduce friction and compression ratio of 13.9:1. The valves are titanium; 33mm inlet and 26mm exhaust.

 

A single muffler replaces the dual mufflers of the 21YM machine. The downpipe allows a straight shot for the spent gases; optimised internal dimensions enhance combustion stability and exhaust efficiency. Its compact nature also allows a slimmer body and saves 1.7kg over the previous design.

 

To cope with the extra heat generated by a harder-working engine, the radiator’s mounting angle and number of fins have been adjusted, through fluid analysis, increasing the surface area by 2% and heat radiation by 6%. Redesigned shrouds generate extra airflow.

 

Other 22YM developments build-in extra levels of reliability. The water pump gear is thicker to better deal with high-temperature oil. And to increase the flow of oil, the pressure to the cylinder head has been modified. A 5-hole piston oil jet maintains optimum piston cooling and ignition timing. The combined oil pump/drive gear is on the left hand side of the engine, with the oil filter and oil way on the right side – the oil’s path around the engine is short and straightforward and the oil also lubricates the clutch and transmission, with a total oil capacity of 1.35L.

 

The drivetrain has also received attention. To improve endurance, engagement feel and a lighter lever action the clutch gets an extra disc, to 9, spreading the load applied to the friction material. Also an additional friction spring in the damper chamber, optimised lubrication, friction materials and primary ratio – plus more rigid clutch centre – contribute to higher performance and a 21% increase in endurance. The operational load on the clutch lever is reduced by 4%.

 

To deal with the load applied by the new clutch, as well as maximise drive from any rpm point, the gearbox – without adding weight – features a layout revised for extra strength. The ratios, too are adjusted with 1st taller, 2nd a little shorter, 3rd taller and 4th/5th shorter.

 

A new shift pattern uses one shift fork going up from 2nd to 3rd (rather than two) with two lead grooves rather than 3 and improved countershaft rigidity reduce friction. The result is a much better shifting feel between two critical gears; the shift drum is also 17% lighter. A gear position sensor allows the use of three specific ignition maps for 1st and 2nd, 3rd and 4th, and 5th.

 

3.3 Electronics

 

  • HRC Launch Control offers 3 start options
  • Engine Mode Select Button (EMSB) features 3 maps to adjust output character

 

HRC’s Launch Control system gives any rider the best option for a strong start and has 3 modes to choose from:

 

Level 3 – 8,250rpm, muddy conditions/novice.

Level 2 – 8,500rpm, dry conditions/standard.

Level 1 – 9,500rpm, dry conditions/expert.

 

Activating HRC Launch Control is easy – to turn on, pull in the clutch and push the Start button on the right. The LED will blink once for Level 1 selection. Push the Start button again, for 0.5s or longer, and the LED will blink twice for Level 2. Repeat the process and the LED will blink 3 times, indicating that Level 3 has been chosen.

 

The Engine Mode Select Button (EMSB) alters the engine’s characteristics and three maps are available to suit riding conditions or rider preference: Mode 1 (Standard), Mode 2 (Smooth) and Mode 3 (Aggressive). The LED also displays Mode selected.

 

The rider controls and displays – engine stop button, EFI warning, EMSB mode button and LED indicator – are all sited on the left handlebar.

 

 4. Technical Specifications

 

 

ENGINE

 

Type

Liquid-cooled 4-stroke single DOHC

Displacement

249.4cc

Bore & Stroke

79mm x 50.9mm

Compression Ratio

13.9:1

Oil Capacity

1.35L

FUEL SYSTEM

 

Carburation

Fuel injection

Fuel Tank Capacity

6.3 litres

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

 

Starter

Electric

DRIVETRAIN

 

Clutch Type

Wet multiplate

Transmission Type

Constant mesh

Final Drive

Chain

FRAME

 

Type

Aluminium twin tube

CHASSIS

 

Dimensions (L´W´H)

2,177 x 827 x 1,265mm

Wheelbase

1,477mm

Caster Angle

27.32 degrees

Trail

115mm

Seat Height

961mm

Ground Clearance

333mm

Kerb Weight

104kg

SUSPENSION

 

Type Front

49mm Showa (Hitachi Astemo, Ltd) coil-spring USD fork

Type Rear

Showa (Hitachi Astemo, Ltd.) Mono shock with Honda Pro-Link

WHEELS

 

Type Front

Aluminium spoke

Type Rear

Aluminium spoke

Tyres Front

80/100-21 PIRELLI MX32 MIDSOFT

Tyres Rear

100/90-19 PIRELLI MX32 MIDSOFT

BRAKES

 

Front

260mm hydraulic wave disc

Rear

240mm hydraulic wave disc

 

 

 

All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice

Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

2022 HONDA CRF250RX


Model updatesThe new CRF250RX is the strongest it’s ever been, inheriting the chassis of the 22YM CRF450RX, plus extensive cylinder head development producing a considerable low-rpm torque boost with enhanced reliability. New radiators improve efficiency, the clutch now has 9 plates and lighter lever feel, while the strengthened gearbox features revised ratios for improved ‘roll-on’ performance. The Showa suspension is re-valved for enhanced bump absorption, and knuckle guards are also standard fit.

 

Contents:

1 Introduction

2 Model overview

3 Key features

4 Technical specifications

 

 

  1. Introduction

 

The battle in MX2 is close competition and generates rapid, constant evolution. For 19YM – and after 18YM’s full redesign, with seventh-generation 17YM CRF450R frame and swingarm, new Showa suspension and brand-new DOHC engine – Honda gave their CRF250R much stronger bottom-end torque and HRC launch Control.

 

And for the same model year, a cross-country option in the form of the new CRF250RX was added to the range, with off-road specific modifications drawn from the CRF450RX including larger fuel tank,18-inch rear wheel plus off-road specific engine mapping and suspension changes to ensure it was equally at home speeding up a root-strewn climb, or slicing precious seconds off an Enduro special test.

 

For 20YM it followed development of the CRF250R and gained a major low to mid-range power and torque boost, plus frame and swingarm of the 19YM CRF450RX. 22YM sees a major step forward for the CRF250RX, including chassis upgrades inherited from the 21YM CRF450R improving both ability and agility plus a boost in low-rpm torque for the engine.

 

2. Model Overview

 

A full 3kg lighter the CRF250RX’s new frame and swingarm’s rigidity balance – combined with tighter chassis geometry and heightened ground clearance – target peak cornering performance in any riding situation. In support the Showa suspension gets a re-valve, improving bump absorption, traction and control.

 

Riders have always loved the CRF250R’s top-end power hit. To link up with the healthy mid-range, extensive revision to both intake and exhaust efficiency yields much-improved low-rpm drive; the ECU mapping is also revised optimising air/fuel mixture and ignition timing.

 

A great deal of work has also gone into enhancing high-rpm cam timing accuracy and long-term reliability. A 9-plate clutch and new ratios for the strengthened gearbox ensure none of the extra punch is wasted. For 22YM the CRF250RX also wears standard-fit knuckle guards.

 

3. Key Features

 

3.1 Chassis

 

  • 3kg weight saving, with HRC input running through frame, swingarm, rigidity balance and geometry for amplified cornering ability and ease of use
  • 49mm Showa front fork with 5mm extra travel and more rigid axle clamps
  • Optimised spring rate and compression/rebound damping front and rear
  • Compact new seat design and plastics aid rider freedom

 

For 22YM the CRF250RX is equipped with the same chassis that debuted on the 21YM CRF450RX. Alongside the punchier engine a 3kg weight saving, geometry changes and suspension upgrades cohere to create a package that’s easier to ride faster for longer.

 

Thanks to narrower main spars, the frame weighs 700g less than the previous design, while a redesigned subframe also saves 320g. The chassis dynamic is also new: while torsional rigidity is maintained, lateral rigidity has been reduced by 20% to increase corner speed, traction and steering accuracy. The swingarm pivot point has rib placement optimised; the aluminium swingarm has a new rigidity balance tuned to match the frame.

 

Both top and bottom yokes feature increased flex, to give sharper, more agile cornering and bump reaction. The CRF250RX’s suspension uses specific settings, with a broader performance range than the CRF250R. Fully adjustable, the 49mm Showa USD coil spring fork is a version of the Showa ‘factory’ fork supplied to MX race teams in the Japanese championship. With the target of smooth all-round action, the forks use have been re-valved, the stroke lengthened by 5mm to 310mm and the axle clamps’ rigidity increased to improve grip and rut ride-over ability.

 

The Showa rear shock’s main piston valving is enlarged for faster response and smoother bump absorption and rut ride-over. Its spring uses lightweight steel, ­saving 120g. The Pro-Link ratio is also new.

 

The seat is now shorter, lighter and 10mm lower at the rear, to aid the rider’s freedom of movement. It’s also much easier to remove and install. Maintenance is also easier, as the number of 8mm bolts securing the minimal bodywork goes from 6 to 4 each side. The new machine is also slimmer by 70mm (50mm on the left, 20mm on the exhaust side), and the plastics thinner, while the tank cover has been removed.

 

Rake and trail are now tighter, 27.9°/114mm (from 27.4°/115mm), and wheelbase shorter 1477mm (1486mm). Ground clearance goes up 8mm to 335mm, and the bottom yoke now sits 6.1mm higher at 928mm. Kerb weight is 108kg, a full 3kg lighter than the previous model.

 

Designed with Computational Flow Dynamics (CFD) for maximum through-flow of air, the radiator shrouds are now constructed from one piece of plastic, rather than two and include a lower vent while the radiator grills are optimised for airflow. They’re also 17mm narrower in width compared to the 21YM machine. The plastic fuel tank holds 8L.

 

Standard-fit, lightweight Renthal Fatbar flex for optimal comfort; the top yoke features two handlebar-holder locations for moving the handlebar rearward and forward by 26mm. When the holder is turned 180°, the handlebar can be moved an additional 10mm from the base position, resulting in four unique riding positions.

 

Up front, the twin-piston brake caliper employs 30 and 27mm diameter pistons and 260mm wave-pattern disc; along with low-expansion rate brake hose it gives both a strong feel and consistent staying power. The single-piston rear caliper is matched to a 240mm wave-pattern disc. New for 22YM knuckle guards now protect hands and levers while the forged aluminium sidestand tucks away neatly to minimise interference while riding.

 

DID aluminium rims, with directly attached spoke pattern layout are finished in black; the front is a 21 x 1.6in, the rear an 18 x 2.15in. Tyres are Dunlop’s bespoke enduro-ready AT81 90/90-21 front and 110/100-18 Dunlop AT81 rear.

 

A striking new all-red graphic treatment complements the 22YM CRF250RX’s sharper lines.

 

3.2 Engine

 

  • Intake and cylinder head development plus straight exhaust port/downtube and single muffler yield up to 10% more power and up to 15% extra torque.
  • High-rpm valve-timing accuracy and cylinder head oil delivery also improved
  • 9-plate clutch improves endurance with lighter lever feel
  • Gearbox ratios revised for roll-on snap, shift drum for smoother changes
  • ECU remapped specifically for the CRF250RX for smoother off-road delivery
  • More efficient radiator cooling

 

The CRF250RX shares the 22YM engine of its motocross sibling for a fully-rounded performance throughout the rev-range – with the same peak power and low-rpm torque upgrade – but has new fuelling and ignition mapping to soften the power delivery for the wide-ranging conditions off-road riding presents.

 

Picking up earlier in the rev-range, power output is smooth and linear, while torque bulges at significantly lower rpm. Overall, there’s up to 10% more power and 15% torque across the rev range for fluid, same gear corner-to-corner over-rev.

 

The overall result? A big-hitting engine just got an even heavier hit, delivering strong, accessible drive from low down to make real use of the new chassis’ agility. And it’s the culmination of many improvements – some large, some small – that have upped performance.

 

Low-rpm combustion stability and gas flow in, and out, of the chamber served as main focus. Headlines are a revised air intake funnel and cone tube, fed by a 78% larger-capacity airbox, now 4.1L, an injector angle now set at 60° (rather than 30°) and a straight exhaust port. Air intake efficiency is improved, alongside air intake cooling. The air filter’s also easier to access.

 

A myriad of detailed improvements have gone into the top-end of the engine; the intake cam sprocket is now press-fit, saving weight with more accurate timing accuracy. Double springs for the intake valves (rather than single) give extra high-rpm control. The oil’s pathway to the camshaft journals has been modified, alongside a more rigid camshaft holder and head to reduce journal friction.

 

Valve timing has been optimised; precise re-alignment of the rocker arm shaft position aids high-rpm performance while the piston and connecting rod design maximise efficiency. Bore and stroke remains 79 x 50.9mm, with a 4.5mm cylinder offset to reduce friction and compression ratio of 13.9:1. The valves are titanium; 33mm inlet and 26mm exhaust. For greater off-road enduro riding performance, the FI settings have been remapped for smoother power delivery.

 

A single muffler replaces the dual mufflers of the 21YM design. The downpipe allows a straight shot for the spent gases; optimised internal dimensions enhance combustion stability and exhaust efficiency. Its compact nature also allows a slimmer body and saves 1.7kg over the previous design.

 

To cope with the extra heat generated by a harder-working engine the mounting angle and number of fins in the radiators have been adjusted, through fluid analysis, increasing the surface area by 2% and heat radiation by 6%. Redesigned shrouds generate extra airflow

 

Other 22YM developments build-in extra levels of reliability. The water pump gear is thicker to better deal with high-temperature oil. And to increase the flow of oil, the pressure to the cylinder head has been modified. A 5-hole piston oil jet maintains optimum piston cooling and ignition timing. The combined oil pump/drive gear is on the left hand side of the engine, with the oil filter and oil way on the right side – the oil’s path around the engine is short and straightforward and the oil also lubricates the clutch and transmission, with a total oil capacity of 1.35L.

 

The drivetrain has also received attention. To improve endurance, engagement feel and a lighter lever action the clutch gets an extra disc, to 9, spreading the load applied to the friction material. Also an additional friction spring in the damper chamber, optimised lubrication, friction materials and primary ratio – plus more rigid clutch centre – contribute to higher performance and a 21% increase in endurance. The operational load on the clutch lever is reduced by 4%.

 

To deal with the load applied by the new clutch, as well as maximise drive from any rpm point the gearbox – without adding weight – features a layout revised for extra strength. The ratios, too are adjusted with 1st taller, 2nd a little shorter, 3rd taller and 4th/5th shorter.

 

A new shift pattern uses one shift fork going up from 2nd to 3rd (rather than two) with two lead grooves rather than 3 and improved countershaft rigidity reduce friction. The result is a much better shifting feel between two critical gears; the shift drum is also 17% lighter. A gear position sensor allows the use of three specific ignition maps for 1st and 2nd, 3rd and 4th, and 5th.

 

3.3 Electronics

 

  • HRC Launch Control offers 3 start options
  • Engine Mode Select Button (EMSB) features 3 maps to adjust output character

 

HRC’s Launch Control system gives any rider the best option for a strong start and has 3 modes to choose from:

 

Level 3 – 8,250rpm, muddy conditions/novice.

Level 2 – 8,500rpm, dry conditions/standard.

Level 1 – 9,500rpm, dry conditions/expert.

 

Activating HRC Launch Control is easy – to turn on, pull in the clutch and push the Start button on the right. The LED will blink once for Level 1 selection. Push the Start button again, for 0.5s or longer, and the LED will blink twice for Level 2. Repeat the process and the LED will blink 3 times, indicating that Level 3 has been chosen.

 

The Engine Mode Select Button (EMSB) alters the engine’s characteristics and three maps are available to suit riding conditions or rider preference: Mode 1 (Standard), Mode 2 (Smooth) and Mode 3 (Aggressive). The LED also displays Mode selected.

 

The rider controls and displays – engine stop button, EFI warning, EMSB mode button and LED indicator – are all sited on the left handlebar.

 

 4. Technical Specifications

 

 

ENGINE

 

Type

Liquid-cooled 4-stroke single DOHC

Displacement

249.4cc

Bore x Stroke

79mm x 50.9mm

Compression Ratio

13.9:1

Oil Capacity

1.35L

FUEL SYSTEM

 

Carburation

Fuel injection

Fuel Tank Capacity

8 litres

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

 

Starter

Electric

DRIVETRAIN

 

Clutch Type

Wet multiplate

Transmission Type

Constant mesh

Final Drive

Chain

FRAME

 

Type

Aluminium twin tube

CHASSIS

 

Dimensions (L´W´H)

2,176 x 839 x 1,281mm

Wheelbase

1,477mm

Caster Angle

27.15°

Trail

114mm

Seat Height

964mm

Ground Clearance

335mm

Kerb Weight

108kg

SUSPENSION

 

Type Front

49mm Showa (Hitachi Astemo, Ltd) coil-spring USD fork

Type Rear

Showa (Hitachi Astemo, Ltd.) Mono shock with Honda Pro-Link

WHEELS

 

Type Front

Aluminium spoke

Type Rear

Aluminium spoke

Tyres Front

90/90-21 Dunlop AT81

Tyres Rear

110/100-18 Dunlop AT81

BRAKES

 

Front

260mm hydraulic wave disc

Rear

240mm hydraulic wave disc

INSTRUMENTS

 

Additional Features

HRC Launch Control

 

All specifications are provisional and subject to change without notice

Please note that the figures provided are results obtained by Honda under standardised testing conditions prescribed by WMTC. Tests are conducted on a rolling road using a standard version of the vehicle with only one rider and no additional optional equipment. Actual fuel consumption may vary depending on how you ride, how you maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, installation of accessories, cargo, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

NC750X Offer Packages

From 4 August 2021 to 30 November 2021

A complete package for a complete all-rounder

FINANCE OFFERS

NC750X ABS 21YM (PCP) – Representative Example
OTR Price* £7,549.00
Deposit £1,292.30
Amount of Credit £6,256.70
36 Payments of £109.00
Duration 37 months
Final Payment £3,017.18
Final Payment inc Option Fee £3,027.18
Total Amount Payable £8,243.48
Representative APR 4.9%
Option to Purchase Fee £10.00
Annual Contracted Mileage 4,000
Excess Mileage Charge £0.02
Interest Rate per annum 4.76%
NC750X ABS DCT 21YM (PCP) – Representative Example
OTR Price* £8,379.00
Deposit £1,459.79
Amount of Credit £6,919.21
36 Payments of £119.00
Duration 37 months
Final Payment £3,396.52
Final Payment inc Option Fee £3,406.52
Total Amount Payable £9,150.31
Representative APR 4.9%
Option to Purchase Fee £10.00
Annual Contracted Mileage 4,000
Excess Mileage Charge £0.02
Interest Rate per annum 4.76%
NC750X ABS 21YM (VPL) – Representative Example
OTR Price* £7,549.00
Deposit £1,219.55
Amount of Credit £6,329.45
36 Payments of £189.00
Duration 36 months
Total Amount Payable £8,023.55
Representative APR 4.9%
Interest Rate per annum fixed 4.75%
NC750X ABS DCT 21YM (VPL) – Representative Example
OTR Price* £8,379.00
Deposit £1,714.96
Amount of Credit £6,664.04
36 Payments of £199.00
Duration 36 months
Total Amount Payable £8,878.96
Representative APR 4.9%
Interest Rate per annum fixed 4.76%
NC750X ABS 21YM (HP) – Representative Example
OTR Price* £7,549.00
Deposit £1,210.72
Amount of Credit £6,338.28
36 Payments of £189.00
Duration 36 months
Total Amount Payable £8,024.72
Representative APR 4.9%
Option to Purchase Fee £10.00
Interest Rate per annum fixed 4.66%
NC750X ABS DCT 21YM (HP) – Representative Example
OTR Price* £8,379.00
Deposit £1,705.57
Amount of Credit £6,673.43
36 Payments of £199.00
Duration 36 months
Total Amount Payable £8,879.57
Representative APR 4.9%
Option to Purchase Fee £10.00
Interest Rate per annum fixed 4.66%

Terms and Conditions

PCP Terms and Conditions: New retail NC750XA 21YM and older (all variants) orders from 4 Augsut 2021 to 30 November 2021 and registered by 30 November 2021. Subject to model and colour availability. *OTR may be subject to change due to actual or unexpected changes in tariffs, duties taxes or other costs which may affect importation or other costs of supply.  The complimentary first three services, one-year extended guarantee, one year extended European Roadside Assistance, one-year Datatool subscription when your Motorcycle is financed through a Hire Purchase, Vehicle Purchase Loan or Personal Contract Purchase agreement with Honda Finance Europe Plc. The minimum balance to finance is £5000 with minimum agreement term of 24 months for Hire Purchase and Vehicle Purchase Loan and 25 months for Personal Contract Purchase. You can settle your finance agreement at any time, however, if you withdraw from your finance agreement within the first 14 days, the complimentary first three services, extended guarantee and European roadside assistance will be cancelled. Offers applicable at participating dealers and are at the promoter's absolute discretion (excluding Channel Islands). Representative example based on 3 years 4.9% PCP. Excess mileage rate applies. Final payment includes £10 option to purchase fee. At the end of the agreement, there are three options: i) Retain: Pay the optional final payment to own the vehicle, ii) Return: Return the vehicle, or iii) Renew: Part exchange your Honda for a new one. You do not have to pay the Final Payment if you return the bike at the end of the agreement and you have paid all other amounts due, the bike is in good condition and has been serviced in accordance with the Honda service book and the maximum annual mileage of 4,000 has not been exceeded. Excess mileage rate applies should this be exceeded. Indemnities may be required in certain circumstances. Finance is only available to persons aged 18 or over, subject to status. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Honda Franchise Dealers are credit brokers, not lenders.  As the dealer offers products from a limited number of carefully selected finance providers, they are not independent financial advisors. We may or may not make a payment and / or reward to the dealer if you enter into an agreement with us. Credit provided by Honda Finance Europe Plc. Cain Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1HL.  Honda Financial Services is a trading name of Honda Finance Europe Plc. a company registered at Companies House No 03289418. Honda Finance Europe plc is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Register number 312541.

 

VPL Terms and Conditions: New retail NC750XA 21YM and older (all variants) orders from 4 August 2021 to 30 November 2021 and registered by 30 November 2021. Subject to model and colour availability. *OTR may be subject to change due to actual or unexpected changes in tariffs, duties taxes or other costs which may affect importation or other costs of supply. The complimentary first three services, one-year extended guarantee, one year extended European Roadside Assistance, one-year Datatool subscription when your Motorcycle is financed through a Hire Purchase, Vehicle Purchase Loan or Personal Contract Purchase agreement with Honda Finance Europe Plc. The minimum balance to finance is £5000 with minimum agreement term of 24 months for Hire Purchase and Vehicle Purchase Loan and 25 months for Personal Contract Purchase. You can settle your finance agreement at any time, however, if you withdraw from your finance agreement within the first 14 days, the complimentary first three services, extended guarantee and European roadside assistance will be cancelled. Representative Example based on 3 years 4.9% VPL. Offers applicable at participating dealers and are at the promoter's absolute discretion (excluding Channel Islands). Indemnities may be required in certain circumstances. Finance is only available to persons aged 18 or over, subject to status. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Honda Franchise Dealers are credit brokers, not lenders. As the dealer offers products from a limited number of carefully selected finance providers, they are not independent financial advisors. We may or may not make a payment and / or reward to the dealer if you enter into an agreement with us. Credit provided by Honda Finance Europe Plc. Cain Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1HL. Honda Financial Services is a trading name of Honda Finance Europe Plc. a company registered at Companies House No 03289418. Honda Finance Europe Plc. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Register number 312541.

 

HP Terms and Conditions: New retail NC750X 21YM and older (all variants) orders from 4 August 2021 to 30 November 2021 and registered by 30 November 2021. Subject to model and colour availability.  *OTR may be subject to change due to actual or unexpected changes in tariffs, duties taxes or other costs which may affect importation or other costs of supply. The complimentary first three services, one-year extended guarantee, one year extended European Roadside Assistance, one-year Datatool subscription when your Motorcycle is financed through a Hire Purchase, Vehicle Purchase Loan or Personal Contract Purchase agreement with Honda Finance Europe Plc. The minimum balance to finance is £5000 with minimum agreement term of 24 months for Hire Purchase and Vehicle Purchase Loan and 25 months for Personal Contract Purchase. You can settle your finance agreement at any time, however, if you withdraw from your finance agreement within the first 14 days, the complimentary first three services, extended guarantee and European roadside assistance will be cancelled . Representative Example based on 3 years 4.9% HP. £10 option to purchase fee applies. Offers applicable at participating dealers and are at the promoter's absolute discretion (excluding Channel Islands). Indemnities may be required in certain circumstances. Finance is only available to persons aged 18 or over, subject to status. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Honda Franchise Dealers are credit brokers, not lenders. As the dealer offers products from a limited number of carefully selected finance providers, they are not independent financial advisors. We may or may not make a payment and / or reward to the dealer if you enter into an agreement with us. Credit provided by Honda Finance Europe Plc. Cain Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 1HL. Honda Financial Services is a trading name of Honda Finance Europe Plc. a company registered at Companies House No 03289418. Honda Finance Europe Plc. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority 312541.