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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by pinglow, Mar 18, 2015.
I was just quoted $6900 out the door on an ‘18 Rally ABS.
How does that seem to y’all?
Anyone know when the 2019’s will hit showroom floors?
This is $2.9K less, would be a blast on dirt roads and has double the power. And it's in Texas... Owned two, zero issues.
I do love those, but I’ll have to pass this time.
TFT: High...it's already a year old.
What would be more reasonable?
Honda of Russellville has them for $4999 OTD before taxes but may not have abs
Seems to good to be true, I checked the website couldn’t tell much. They have the wrong specs listed for the Rally.
Wish I could find a red 2017 or knew when the ‘19 will drop.
$6199 is SRP with ABS. Then they try to add shipping and prep. ABS is about $300. I paid none of the add ins and dealer "gave" me the ABS because "they couldn't sell ABS...so they never charged me. Last I saw, 19's came in March. I paid $5600, then sales tax.
According to hondapowersports.com, the '19 model is red....prices are TBD
It's not too good to be true. I opted for a non rally just last week. Out the door was $4500.
https://www.hondaofrussellville.com...cycle / scooter&year=2018&fr=xCustomInventory
Honda have announced details of their 2020 CRF off-road and trail bike ranges, with updates including more power, upgraded chassis components and new colour kits
They just updated the street bike. I think the updates are for the off road and trail bikes.
Our boy just gets then color. Just a guess.
– 2020 Honda XR650L
– 2020 Honda CRF450L – New model
– 2020 Honda CRF250L ABS – New model
– 2020 Honda CRF250L – New model
– 2020 Honda CRF250L Rally ABS – New model
– 2020 Honda CRF250L Rally – New model
So why CRF 250 gets no love in US? #everide ran a survey and it was rated alot lower than you would expect.
Is it too expensive? Too many issues? Unreliable? Or just overall a crappy bike? Or people diss on it by just looking at spec sheet?
I have tried one and was impressed.. not that I would get one.
I bought a 2017 leftover in 2018 which Honda discounted $500.00 and dealer waived the usual fee's. I think its a pretty decent bike but it is heavier and wider than the KLX250s. If Honda did not discount it I probably would have gone with the KLX250s. I see both bikes out and about locally here so its sort of a toss up on popularity in NE. I think for around $5000.00, they are an ok deal. I'm happy for the $4500.00 I paid for mine.
I think they are a very good bike but somewhat under powered with so so suspension. I had a WR250R when I test rode one , it was not inspiring enough to make me want to trade. I really like the Dakar body work though. We all know that reliability would not be an issue. I ended up with a Versys 300x which I am very impressed with for the money. It is so hard to find that ellusive unicorn adv bike...Dakar body work, good power (450 or less) good suspension at a reasonable price. CSC maybe ?
I like mine.
I think, generally speaking, the North American market is looking for a lighter bike and a more powerful engine.
It will be interesting to see how the KTM 390 Adventure eats into the 250 Rally customer base.
Honda should've plugged its 500 twin into the Rally instead of adding 20kg of weight to the 24hp CRF250L. They'd be flying out the dealers' doors.