The next generation of Honda CRFs have arrived and they’re getting a bit more exciting with a couple of upgrades.
First up, Honda has released a new version of the CRF300 and CRF500, which are currently available with a more traditional look.
The new models come in three variants: a standard 300cc scoot and a 300cc, which comes with a Honda engine and a larger battery pack.
The CRF450 is also getting a new engine, but with a new turbocharger and an extra six-speed gearbox.
The third variant is a 250cc, and comes with two new seats and a bigger battery pack, so there’s still a lot of room for improvement in the performance department.
The CRF350 will be the most affordable of the three new models, but it’s not as luxurious as the 300ccs.
It’s also got a lower price tag than the 250ccs, and the 250c models are still quite cheap compared to the more expensive 300cc models.
The two 250cc models are now available with either Honda’s new ECU-based software, or Honda’s hybrid software.
The software lets you tune the engine to your needs, and you can also use the CRT sensor to monitor your driving conditions.
It’ll let you know if the engine is underboosted, understeer or oversteer.
There’s also a way to turn on the automatic braking system if you need to.
The ECU is still the same as before, so it should be good for everyday riding.
The new 250cc model has been in production since last year, and it’s the same model we reviewed in 2016.
Honda’s said that it’s still tweaking the software, and that the final version will be ready in early 2019.
You can expect the new 250c model to be around $3,000, which makes it an affordable option for people who want to get off the beaten path and start their own adventure.