What does the L mean in CRF250L?

What does the L mean in CRF250L?

Honda’s whole CRF line is one of lightweight, capable dirt and motocross bikes, and the “L” designation means it’s street legal: LED lights and all. The L has a more comfortable seat and seating position than its dirt-dedicated brethren, since Honda knows you’ll probably be on these bikes longer.

How much HP does the CRF250L have?


2012–2016 L (2017–2020)
Power 22.8 hp (17.0 kW) 24.4 hp (18.2 kW) @ 8,500 rpm
Torque 16.2 lb⋅ft (22.0 N⋅m) 16.7 lbf⋅ft (22.6 N⋅m) @ 6,750 rpm
Transmission Wet multiplate hydraulic, constant mesh 6-speed, chain 14T/40T
Front suspension Showa telescopic upside down 43mm

How much horsepower does a XR 250 have?

Honda said the engine produces 19.6 peak hp and 14-15 lb feet of torque. The 1996–2004 versions of the XR250R had 10.6 inches of suspension travel front and rear and 41mm front cartridge forks.

What does l mean on dirt bike?

L Twin – A V-twin engine with its cylinders splayed apart at a 90° angle, which creates a smoother running engine. These engines can either be placed transversely (crosswise), or longitudinally (lenghtwise) in a motorcycle frame.

How heavy is a CRF250L?

2020 Honda CRF250L Claimed Specifications

Price $5,199–$6,249
Rear Tire 120/80-18
Wheelbase 56.9 in./57.3 in. (Rally)
Fuel Capacity 2.1 gal./2.7 gal. (Rally)
Claimed Wet Weight 322 lb./346 lb. (Rally)

Is the CRF250L too heavy?

The 250L is just too heavy and underpowered to be a “serious” trail bike (trust me, I pushed it hard, I really tried with it other than the upgrades).

Are CRF250L reliable?

Reliability & build quality Our Honda CRF250L owners’ reviews show a very strong score indeed. There don’t appear to be any common faults to report. There are comments about the lack of damping on the standard suspension, but that’s not unique to this bike by any stretch of the imagination.

Is the 2016 Honda CRF250L a good bike to ride?

2016 Honda CRF250L Test | Dirt and Pavement Fun The 2016 Honda CRF250L is the smaller, more-modern bike in Honda’s two-model dual sport line-up, and it is versatile, dependable, and economical. Besides those sensible attributes, it’s also a blast to ride.

What is the difference between the WR250R and the CRF250L?

The CRF250L if very learner friendly, budget orientated and capable trail bike. The WR250R is a little harder edged, at its heart it wants to be an enduro bike, thus takes a little more input to ride.

Does the Honda CRF250L have adjustable suspension?

The Honda CRF250L may not have adjustable suspension, but what is there does the job well. The seat is ‘all-day’ comfortable and the cockpit is open once you ditch those nasty steel bars.

What is the difference between the Honda CRF XR and tornado?

The Thai-built CRF met Euro-3 emissions requirements in richer (or should that be ‘leaner’) western countries. The Brazilian-made Tornado won’t, so got sold where bike emissions were less strict or are not enforced. Although I rode them a few months apart, my impression was the XR was a more agile machine that lived up to its XR prefix.