Mugen CBR250R Powers Into Honda Dealerships

2013 Mugen Honda CBR250R
With racing credentials like those of Mugen Power it is no wonder Honda is thrilled to be releasing Australia’s popular CBR250R with Mugen livery and a limited edition Mugen exhaust.

Available in Honda Dealerships nationally later this month, the Mugen CBR250R will join the existing Repsol and Moriwaki Limited Edition CBR250R range with a competitive price of $5,710 for the standard and $6,220 for the ABS variant (MLP).

Boasting a strong racing heritage, Mugen Power has forever been entwined with Honda as the founder was the son of Honda Motor Company founder Soichiro Honda. Working with Honda, Mugen Power specialises in building and tuning Honda engines and has expanded its sporting involvement to all levels of the sport.

The striking red and black Mugen Power colours complement the unique bodywork of the CBR250R and the limited edition Mugen exhaust adds sporty appeal.

Honda’s popular CBR250R hit instant success after it was released in 2011 with riders of all ability levels falling in love with the economy and extreme versatility of this sporty little ride.

Powered by an incredibly efficient 249cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine which features a sophisticated four-valve, DOHC cylinder head, PGM-FI fuel injection and more, the CBR250R is a dependable lightweight machine that delivers nimble handling, a broad spread of easily accessible power, excellent fuel efficiency and low operating costs.

Ideal for a daily commute or longer weekend trips, the CBR250R boasts a low seat height, light weight and slim styling. Leading the way in safety technology, the Limited Edition Mugen CBR250R will be available with the option of Combined ABS allowing riders to stop with confidence in all conditions.
Due to arrive in Honda Dealerships later this month,

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