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Headlight visor, multifunctional digital meters, front fender and fuel tank

The headlight visor is designed in the motif of the CRF motocrosser' s racing number plate, which emits a sharp, crisp and tight image. As a global model, the headlight ensures high-intensity light through specifications that comply with the laws and regulations of each country of sale.

Behind the visor, there are digital meters having superb visibility while remaining light and compact. For the first time on a Honda on/off-road model in the 250 cc class, a fuel meter with built-in clock and twin-trip functions has been incorporated. Multifunctional digital meters placed in a limited space employ a simple design in pursuit of functional beauty, yet feature large switches that are easy to operate even by a rider wearing gloves.

The front fender has a distinctive sharp edge that shows the special attention paid to its profile, and its design further accentuates the long suspension stroke distinctive of on/off-road models. The fuel-tank can hold 7.7 liters, but has been slimmed down to the limit, including the shape of the shroud, to allow easy knee-gripping and accommodate venturesome off-road riding.

Styling design sketch

Styling design sketch

Digital meter design sketch

Digital meter design sketch

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