The Top Speed and Fuel Efficiency of 2011 Honda CBR250R

2011 Honda CBR250R

We are here not to discuss about the details specification of the 2011 Honda CBR250R. But we are here to find out the top speed of Honda CBR250R. We thought that the best way to find out the CBR250R top speed is to ride it on the freeways and in this case, we chose the Southern California freeways. It’s going to be rubber versus the asphalt.

Ah, freeways… where the traffic frequently flows faster than 70mph and where you want to have some motor left to get out of that crowded traffic jam. We think that everyone who rides the CBR250R will feel it was fast enough, and yet, how fast it?

Well, the bike is comfortably pulls away from stop lights quicker than any automobile or sports car. The CBR250R is relatively slow compared to many larger displacement motorcycles, but it is “fast enough” because the CBR250R feels very easy (not stressed) cruising at 75mph on Southern California freeways and can even cruise at speeds higher. And the 2011 Honda CBR250R top speed appears to roughly around 90mph. if you compare the CBR250R with its predecessors which were built between 1986-1996, back then the CBR250 had top speed 110mph – 120mph.

So, with that top speed, how about the CBR250R’s mpg? We assumed that the single cylinder 250cc machine might prove thirsty, but guess what… We were wrong. In our test, the 2011 Honda CBR250R had 56 mpg which might not sound like much but we expect with more reasonable riding would easily achieve greater than 60 mpg. Not too bad for a little motor that is working overtime to keep up with aggressive traffic flow.

Now that you know about the CBR50R top speed, you are probably wondering how much the maximum torque is and the peak horsepower. The 2011 Honda CBR250R top speed is 90mph, the torque reaches up to 7000rpm and the horsepower is 8,500rpm. So, if you think you can conquer the Honda CBR250R top speed, you have to own this bike to feel the adrenaline rush.