Honda has launched the 2022 Rebel 250 in Japan, which has been enhanced year after year. The Rebel 250, along with the Rebel 500 and Rebel 1100, is the most economical model in the Rebel family. On the newly revised Rebel 250, Pearl Spencer Blue is a new colour for 2022.
The bike's fuel tank and rear fender are coated in a dark, metallic blue colour. The frame, on the other hand, is black from top to bottom. Only the Rebel 250 S Edition, which is the top-of-the-line model, is available in the new Pearl Spencer Blue colour. The bike also comes with a diamond-stitched seat, fork gaiters, and a headlight cowl, all of which are standard features.
Aside from the aesthetic changes, the remainder of the bike's features haven't altered. The motorbike retains its 249cc single-cylinder engine, which is claimed to produce 26bhp of power and 22Nm of peak torque. A 6-speed gearbox is linked to the engine. LED illumination and completely digital instruments are just a few of the highlights.
While the bike has already been unveiled in Japan and will soon be available in a few other international countries, it is unlikely to make an appearance in India very soon. Honda, on the other hand, may launch the larger Rebel 500 cruiser in India in 2022.