Very Rare, Liquid Cooled, DOHC, 6 Speed
8,060 miles, very good condition, electric start. Parts are
available from Honda.
The Honda NX250 was a new concept produced by Honda, a crossover
dual-sport motorcycle available in the United States from 1988
through 1990. It was a lightweight bike intended for both on-road
and off-road riding. The NX250 featured the new MD21E engine which
was a liquid-cooled, 249 cc, single-cylinder, four-valve, DOHC,
four-stroke with an electric start. It had a bore and stroke of
70.0 mm � 64.8 mm (2.76 in � 2.55 in), 11 to 1 compression ratio,
and a six-speed transmission. The suspension was 37 mm (1.5 in)
forks with 8.7 inches travel up front, and Pro-Link with 7.9" in
the rear. The NX250 had a 1,350 mm (53 in) wheelbase and a dry
weight of 118 kg (260 lb). The seat height was 820 mm (32 in).
The bike is trimmed in white with a teal seat, graphics, and other
accents. A Givi top case and a removable windshield have been
Recent service included a synthetic oil change as well as a new air
filter, gel battery, spark plugs, and Bridgestone tires. This NX250
comes with an owner's manual, aftermarket accessories, two keys,
and a clean California title.