CFMoto 250NK confidence

CFMoto 250NK fills learner gap

The learner market continues to be flooded with models and now CFMoto Australia has filled the gap between the 150NK ($3090) and 400NK ABS ($5990) with the new 250NK at $3990 ride away.

That compares with the Honda CB300F at $5699, Kawasaki Ninja 4090 at $6499, Suzuki GSX-R250 at $5790 and Yamaha YZF-R3 at $6299 (all are recommended rices and do not inlaced on-road costs).

To further sweeten the deal, CFMoto is throwing in a free CFMoto rider jacket and helmet worth $350 when a customer buys a 250NK up until July 31.

“The 250NK is a model we have been waiting for to fill the gap between our 150NK and 400NK, says CFMoto Australia boss Michael Poynton.

“The model offers a great mix between the two by being lighter than the 400NK for easier handling and more horsepower from the 150NK, giving the rider a lively and fun riding experience.”

The new four-valve, DOHC, 250cc single-cylinder engine with balance shaft produces 19.5kW and 22Nm of torque in a bike weighing just 151kg.CFMoto 250NK

It has Bosch fuel injection and two power modes for sport and a detuned rain mode.

The 250NK shares a similar platform as the 150NK, with a steel tubular chassis, upside-down forks and a single mono-shock. 

Like most of the new crop of the Chinese motorcycles, it is designed by KTM’s Austrian design house, Kiska Design.

Features include a new low-slung headlight, new fuel tank design and a new tailpiece with integrated intakes.

Like the big-brother 650NK, it has Spanish J.Juan brakes, but not SBS like the 400NK.CFMoto 250NK

The 250NK is available in midnight black only and comes with a two-year unlimited kilometre factory warranty.

The CFMoto dealer network has more than 80 outlets around Australia.

CFMoto 250NK featuresCFMoto 250NK

  • New 250cc single cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid cooled, 4-valve, DOHC with balance shaft producing 19.5kW @ 9000rpm and 22 Nm of torque @ 7500rpm
  • Bosch electronic fuel injection
  • Six-speed transmission 
  • New 12.5L fuel tank
  • Front and rear Spanish J.Juan disc brakes
  • Switchable ride modes from sport to rain
  • Lightweight – 151kg
  • Low slung headlight design and full LED lighting
  • Low 795mm seat height
  • Available in midnight black
  • Unlimited KM, two-year factory warranty
  1. On another page I mentioned that one of the reasons young people are becoming less interested in motorcycles is because we present such an outdated image. Today’s cruisers and retro bikes have all the latest technology but they look like they are 60 years old. I think this CFMoto 250NK is an exceptionally good looking motorcycle, but there is no point in asking my opinion because I am a ‘boomer’. What do teenagers think?

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