Get Free CBR Helmet Worth Rs 2449 With Honda CBR 250R Repsol Limited Edition

The CBR250R Repsol Limited Edition has been in the market for some time now. Currently, Honda is giving away free Limited Edition CBR Helmets to select customers.


Here is the official banner of the offer. As you can notice, one needs to get the Unique Code by clicking on the button. Upon showing the code at the time of purchasing the bike, one will be entitled to a Free Limited Edition CBR Helmet.

It is mentioned that the helmet is worth 2449/- INR. Even though we can’t get a clear glimpse of the helmet, we do feel it will be quite a trendy one. Oh, and it will definitely go hand-in-hand with the graphics on the CBR 250R Repsol Limited Edition.

However, we aren’t sure if customers with the unique codes are entitled to the helmets on all the CBR 250Rs or just the one with the Limited Edition Repsol livery. Nothing seems to have been mentioned about that specific detail, nor do we have any idea about the ending date for the promotional offer. It appears as if the banner was made in haste; CBR 250R seems to be equipped with a “Liquid Cool” engine. 🙂

CBR250R Repsol Limited Edition

The Repsol Limited Edition paint scheme was launched a few months back, as a racier alternative to the regular paint schemes on the CBR250R. Much water has passed down the Ganga and Yamuna since then, however it still continues to exist as a Limited Edition🙂

The CBR 250R has been Honda’s answer to the lately-resurgent Quarter-Liter bike segment. Even though purists have slammed the Japanese behemoth for not introducing a twin-cylinder mill, the CBR 250R does remain an alluring option. Recently, Honda revealed a bigger, punchier CBR 300R at CIMA in Chongqing, China. It featured a styling scheme in tune with CBR DNA, featuring dual-headlamps and a sharper nose.


Speculations have been abound that the CBR 250R will also see a styling swap, with the current VFR-esque theme being given the goodbye for a styling exactly similar to the one on the recently showcased CBR 300R.

Will you want the older styling theme to stay on the CBR250R?

Also Read: Honda to Unveil New CBR250R Next Month!