Honda Japan brings the new enticing 2022 Rebel 250 S

 Honda Japan brings the new enticing 2022 Rebel 250 S

Yes, you read it correctly, only for sale in Japan. It’s the 2022 Honda Rebel 250 S bike with a new look and colour. 

It comes equipped with advanced technology such as a negative LCD, enabling the rider to ride the bike more quickly and conveniently.

The Honda REBEL 250 S 2022 is an attractive entry-level motorcycle with a very stylish design, a new front headlamp with LED technology. 

A new comfort saddle with side support, a new modified muffler with one round cut-off, and many praiseworthy aspects.

It also gets a better new rear suspension, a low height, round blinkers and DRL lights.


With the rest of the technology. And features that come packed together with this miniature version of Honda’s famous Rebel, all we can say is that it looks like a great little bike. 

If we were to compare this with the larger version of the same bike.We would see that its overall design is very similar and stays true to most of its big brother’s characteristics.

This small motorcycle has the look of a real cruiser.Being very clear with its low seat height that allows us to be in particular contact with the ground (seat height 690mm). And its straightforward design that reminds us of the old 70s models.

The new Rebel comes stacked with a single-cylinder, 250cc engine that calibrates to make 26PS at 9500 rpm and maximum torque of 22 Nm at 7750 rpm. The entire package weighs 170 kgs with 11 litres fuel tank.

The tires are 130 / 90-16M / C 67H on front and 150 / 80-16M / C 71H on rear.

Difference between Standard and 2022 Honda Rebel 250 S

  • The Reber 250 S arrives with a smoked mica headlamp. And gets headlamp accessories, plus it also has a more premium seat texture.

The 2022 Honda Rebel 250 S arrives in two paint schemes.

  • Pearl Spencer Blue and
  • Matte Axis Grey Metallic

In Japan, the bike will retail at 638,000 yen which is close to INR 4,17 Lakhs.

However, it is unclear if the new Rebel 250 S will make its way to India anytime soon.


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