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2014 Honda CRF 250L, 2014 Honda CRF250LMeet your next favorite bike.For those in search of a dual-sport that delivers both function and all-around fun, the CRF250L stands apart from the rest. It has all the features you love in an off-roader, like the upright seating position. Long-travel suspension. Distinct styling cues. And when you take a bike like that out on the street, youre in for a good time. The CRF250L also delivers on the practical side. Its a fuel miser, getting an estimated 73 miles per gallon*. The user-friendly powerband is ideally suited to navigating city streets. And the low-end torque comes in handy on trails and in traffic. So if you want a bike that delivers the best of both worlds, look no further than the 2014 CRF250L. Features may include:Packs a punch.At the heart of our CRF250L lies a fuel-injected single-cylinder engine, complete with an electric starter, counterbalance, and double-overhead cams. So you get smooth, consistent power packing loads of low- and mid-range torque.Comfort is key.Out o
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