Comparing Yamaha R15 Version 2.0 
Vs
Honda CBR250R 
Review Speed | Specs | Mileage and Power



Yes this is time to Compare Yamaha R15 Version 2.0 and Honda CBR250R because lot of bike riders very much in confusion which one to choose. Both having same sportive and stylish look. 
Many riders depends on Price Tag of the Bike as well as mileage. Lets start comparing both bike from Price.
Comparing the Price :
Price of both bike is little high when comparing to ordinary Bikes. But its affordable one because they put lot of effort to develop this kind of stylish bike. 
Yamaha R15 puts the Price tag of 1,07,000 (Ex-Show Room Price) and 
On road price is 1,19000
Honda CBR250R Price Tag of 1,47,689 (Ex-Show Room Price) and 
On Road Price is 1,62,069

Comparing Mileage of the Bike :
As both bike are from Sportive group we could not expect high mileage.
Yamaha R15 Version 2.0 Claims Mileage of 38-42 Km/Litre (Highway) 
and 32-35 Km/litre (City).
Honda CBR250R claims mileage of 35-40 Km/Litre  (Highway) and 28-32 Km/litre (City).

Comparing the Power : 
Power of the bike's are little high when comparing to each other. 
Yamaha R15 is having 149 cc and Honda cbr20r has 249 cc engine.
Also when comparing the engine Bhp Yamaha R15 has 16.8 Bhp / 8,500 rpm
Honda cbr250r has 25 Bhp @ 8500 rpm Max Power .
So Honda CBR250r has high Power and Efficient.
Top Speed and Pick up:
Yamaha R15 Achieves a Top Speed of 135 to 140 Km/Per Hour. 
It reaches 0-60 Km in 5.10 seconds
Honda CBR250R claims Top Speed of 165 to 170 Km/Per Hour.
It reaches 0-60 Km in 3.50 seconds 
Comparing the Look and Style :
Look and Style is most important factor for a bike other than performance. Both Yamaha r15 version 2.0 and Honda Cbr250r having unique sportive look.
Wheel base has been changed in r15 version 2.0 with same look of older r15. When comparing the wheel base of r15 and CBR250R, Cbr having very big rear tire and front tire.

 





11 comments
  1. Anonymous February 14, 2012 at 9:21 PM  

    Dude..

    To my experience, cbr does not cross 160.
    And small modifications in r15 ecu and engine gives enormous power and top speed. Use certified deytona parts to retain your warrenty. Plus. Who needs a bike with 28 to 30 city mileage. Cbr is huge. But it is not value for money. I lost mine, buying one.....

    R15 is real value for money.... I feel guilty coz I brought cbr

  2. aj February 16, 2012 at 12:18 AM  

    you don't know how to ride,,you are comparing a domestic cat to a panther.

  3. Ashique March 12, 2012 at 10:34 AM  

    cbr is much better in performance and safety.
    Though cbr is 250cc it give a good mileage of 28 km/per ltre.
    The sitting position of cbr is good enough for a long ride.
    Someone was talking about daytona to fit in r15 to increase the performane . I would like to tell him that Daytona cost more than Rs-30000 and that makes the R15 costs Rs 150000 and I dont think to spend Rs 150000 for a 150cc bike in the era where we can get 250cc bike at that price

  4. Anonymous March 14, 2012 at 10:24 PM  

    but R15 looks better and has good cornering quality than cbr.. here cc doesnt matter coz r15 has got that technology which dares to compete a 250...cbr is more faster but who cares about a slight fast characteristics when we get more good looking bike at a lower cost

  5. Anonymous March 23, 2012 at 12:34 PM  

    Wht technology u ar talking about no such comparison can be made to cbr.its an far better bike than r15.cause r15 is getting defeated in every detail....

  6. Anonymous March 24, 2012 at 3:45 PM  

    When you cannot afford a CBR especially ABS version then settle for R15

  7. Anonymous March 27, 2012 at 11:16 PM  

    r 1.5 goes from standstill to 60 Km/h in jus 4.10 second...ur digit r all wrong n R1.5 looks better than cbr anyday jus go to both da dealers n test drive ....observe which 1 one gets more stares!!!its defiantly gonna be the R1.5... R1.5 throttle response is much better than cbr...

  8. Anonymous April 10, 2012 at 1:16 AM  

    don hi bike lund hai

  9. Albert Laik April 13, 2012 at 12:17 PM  

    i just sold my r15 to book the cbr250r. Frankly, i was tired of the yamaha...

  10. saurav vidyarthi April 23, 2012 at 6:03 PM  

    i think yamaha r15 v2 is better than cbr.. even if cbr is more powerful it is like a 250 cc bike with a top wack of 160.. r15 being a 150cc engine still crosses 140+..with a excellent riding comfort..
    so paying 40000 more jus for a bit power and bit more little diff in top speed is jus a waste of money... instead of that i wud go for ninja even if it cost a lot with a 32bhp

  11. Anonymous September 24, 2012 at 2:23 PM  

    I agree Yamaha r15 is a good bike but not good as cbr 25O.In above comments they said that cbr doesn't cross 160 I to have a Honda cbr and I have crossed the speed of 185kmph + on the bangalore mmysore corridor and my friend who was riding r15 said me that his bike could not cross 132kmph and he aslo said that after 5500 rpm the bike starts vibranting which cbr doesn't even after 111000 rpm.I also have Yamaha Rx135 which I got it for 48k and I spent another 8k for mod which included expansion chamber which goes 0-60 in 3.85 seconds and 0-100 in 7.1 seconds and toospeed of 140kmph which is faster than R15