- Stylish, reliable and economical
- Cheap to buy and run
- Quality finish
- Hard work when it's windy
- Soft suspension and brakes
The 2011 model was a major re-design and updated the looks in line with the latest CBR250R and VFR1200F. It retailed for £3,599 had a higher seat height of 793mm and crucially a larger rear tyre from the CBR250R. In fact both 17" wheels and tyres are from the larger sibling.
- Steel twin spar frame
- 31mm fork with 120mm travel
- Rear shock with 126mm travel
- 276mm disc up front with 2 piston caliper
- 220mm disc at the rear with 1 piston caliper
- 6 speed gearbox
- Electric start
The four stroke single cylinder 124.7cc engine is liquid cooled and develops the maximum 12.75bhp at 10,000rpm. A digital console is included showing speed, temperature, rpm, fuel level and clock.
Available colours: red/white/blue, red, black and Repsol.
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Prices Updated: 20th October 2017
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Here's a quick walk around a 2013 model by OnroadZone:
and a 2015 model by Świat Operatora:
The CBR125R originally launched in 2004 to replace the NSR125, powered by a 124cc single cylinder engine and producing 13bhp at 10,000rpm.
In 2007 Honda introduced new sharper looks from the CBR600RR, fuel injection, a black finish to the swingarm and some tweaks to comply with Euro3 emission standards.
2011 was a complete re-design of the bike and bought the looks into line with the new CBR250R. The rear tyre increased in size while the seat height increased by 17mm and the exhaust took on a more sculpted form.
2017 saw it dropped due to Euro 4 regulations.
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