Honda Reveals CB Twister 250 For Brazilian Market, Details Inside

The more aggressive and more powerful Honda CB Twister 250 has been launched in the Brazilian market. It seems like the Honda is in aggressive mood as the firm is constantly increasing its product portfolio in the international market. Lately, the company has introduced its new inline-four cylinder concept model CBR 250RR which will be made its appearance at the Tokyo Motor Show this October. Moreover, the new quarter-liter 250cc motorcycle comes featured with a muscular body attitude.

In terms of design and looks, the motorcycle is featured with an angular headlight that is incorporated nicely with a black cowl that gives it an aggressive look. It sports fully LED display which is perfectly suited on its body profile. The muscular fuel tank and bikini fairing are perfectly designed to provide plenty of room to the knees. Single seat assembly features thick and wide padded for the rider and pillion comfort. The rear gets minimal body work that includes LED tail light and grab rail.

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The mechanical features in the Twister 250 are subtle enough to boost the performance. The motorcycle is built around on a stiff diamond frame that sits on a front and rear travel suspension as it has a 130mm front telescopic suspension and 108mm rear mono-shock suspension. To make the braking performance smooth and safe, the manufacturer has used 276mm single disc with twin-piston caliper and a 220mm single disc with single piston caliper at the rear, the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) is standard in this motorcycle.

It is pretty interesting to say that the 2015 CB Twister 250 is the best motorcycle in this segment that is featured with modern technology and robust engine compartment. The motorcycle is powered by a single cylinder, air-cooled and 249.5cc engine displacement. The engine is programmed with fuel injection system that returns 22.6 BHP of power at 7500 RPM and 22.4 Nm of torque at 6000 RPM. For the rest, the engine is mated to a six-speed transmission.