Honda CMX250C

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Honda CMX250C
Honda Rebel.jpg
ManufacturerHonda
Also calledRebel 250
Production1984 - 1987, 1996-1997, 1999 - present
PredecessorHonda CM250C Custom
Successornone
Types of motorcycleCruiser (motorcycle)
Engine234cc air-cooled parallel twin-cylinder
Transmission (mechanics)5-speed
SuspensionFront: 33mm fork; 4.6-inch travel
Rear: Dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability; 2.9-inch travel
BrakesFront: Single-disc with twin-piston caliper
Rear: Drum
Wheelbase1450 mm (57.1 inches)
Seat height676 mm (26.6 inches)
Weight(306.4 lb/139 kg) (Dry weight (motorcycle)), (329 lb/149 kg) (Wet weight (motorcycle))
Fuel capacity2.6 US gallons (10 L), including 0.7-US gallon (2.5 L) reserve
RelatedHonda CM200T Twinstar
Honda CMX450 Rebel
Honda CB250 Nighthawk

The Honda CMX250, also known as the Honda Rebel 250, is a Cruiser (motorcycle)-style motorcycle. It uses the same engine as the Honda CB250 Nighthawk, a model intended more for street use. The Honda Rebel is part of the Honda CM series of cruisers and Custom motorcycle.

This lightweight (circa 320 pounds or 145 kg), 250 cc motorcycle is commonly used in the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's certified rider-training courses.

The Rebel averages 65 miles per gallon (3.6 L/100 km), with refills needed at around 135 miles (215 km). The Honda CMX250C's maximum speed (per speedometer) is 85 miles per hour (140 km/h), but tends to Redline under that depending on external factors.

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