Honda Nighthawk CB250 Motorcycles Reviews (5)
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2005-04-09 2004 Honda Nighthawk CB250 Cruisers View Listings

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I love many things about the CB250 Nighthawk: it's lightweight, agile around town, super-reliable, cheap to run and insure, easy to ride, easy to work on, easy to park, low-maintenance, durable, versatile, good-looking and FUN! I get gas mileage of 80-90 mpg, and with a California-version 4.3-gal. tank, my range between fill-ups is 300+ miles (non-Cal bikes have 4.8-gal. tanks). Last but not least, at the end of a long riding day I'm just as comfortable as I was in the morning. No other bike offers all these advantages. Some say you will want more power. I'd say you might, but I personally don't and never did. The CB250 is no roadburner but has more-than-adequate power for daily riding, and can be made to run even better with a couple of simple fixes. The only downside in my opinion is that the MSRP has crept upward in recent years. There are now two or three bikes in the marketplace priced lower than the Nighthawk, but there's still nothing that comes close to matching its all-around competence. This is <i>THE</i> motorcycle.
- dr. heckle & mr. jeckle, Fremont, California

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2004-06-16 2004 Honda Nighthawk CB250 Cruisers View Listings

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I have owned several motorcyles over the years, including at this time and 883 Harley. I wanted something that was light weight and simple and chose the Nighthawk. Its small, and fast. 70+mph is a simple task for this black machine. I have recently had a small windshield installed, and looking for some saddlebags that will work on this bike. I wish more companies made items for this bike. Have been able to find much for the honda rebel cycle but nothing for the Nighthawk. Wonder why... it is a much better looking cycle without the add-on's. Anyhow, I love it.
- Mary Bessinger, Galion, Ohio

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2004-05-25 2004 Honda Nighthawk CB250 Cruisers View Listings

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The Nighthawk is my first motorcycle to drive and own. I already have 2,200 miles on it in only 6 weeks using it to commute to work and school. It has been getting about 160 miles/2.3 gal of gas - about 80 mpg. It has saved me over $350 on gas versus driving a car. My insurance is low and after the first 2 weeks the seat was comfortable. I haven't pushed it past 75 yet but maintains speeds well at 65-70. The only thing is that it is lightweight (300lbs) so you may have to slow down in blustery weather. I'm already thinking of getting a second bigger bike so I can go on multi-state trips.
- Michelle Gonzalez, Provo, Utah

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2004-02-02 2004 Honda Nighthawk CB250 Cruisers View Listings

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This bike is so simple. Easy to work on. Handles well. Gets up there, fast enough. Low maintenance. In short, this bike rocks.
- AK, Seattle, Washington

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2003-11-21 2004 Honda Nighthawk CB250 Cruisers View Listings

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Having owned three 250 Nighthawks, I'll give you my thoughts on the machine. Although I've years of experience on large displacement motorcycles, there is a certain unique grin factor that can only be experienced on a small displacement, lightweight motorcycle. Honda's CB250 has been keeping me grinning since it's introduction in 1991. The bike is brilliantly engineered, well made, and dependable as daylight. It's engine is about as complex as a lawnmower with a two-into-one intake manifold (only one carb), two valves per cylinder, and self-adjusting cam chain. The bike has enough power to easily stay ahead of traffic, does 80mph wide open, handles neutral in the twisties, has great ergonomics, and sits comfortable enough for 300 mile rides. It's an ideal bike for commuting to work or school, or just rolling down a quiet back road on a Saturday afternoon.
- Jon S., Seattle, Washington

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