|Manufacturer||Yamaha Motor Company|
|Engine||250 cc (15 cu in) Single-cylinder; four-stroke|
|Bore / stroke||77.0 mm × 53.6 mm (3.03 in × 2.11 in)|
|Top speed||87 MPH|
|Power||29.5 HP at the crank|
|Suspension||10.6 Inches F&R|
|Seat height||36.6 in (930 mm)|
|Weight||295 lb (134 kg) (wet)|
|Fuel capacity||2.0 US gal (7.6 l; 1.7 imp gal)|
The Yamaha WR250R is a dual-sport motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor Company. It has a 250cc (15 cu in) liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke DOHC engine, fed premium fuel by electronic fuel injection. It has remained largely unchanged since its introduction in 2008, with most differences being cosmetic. Its sister model is the WR250X, the supermoto build with a more street oriented set of wheels, brakes, and suspension. The WR in both names indicates a wide-ratio gear box designed to offer good low-speed responsiveness in off-road situations while still being able to achieve freeway speeds.
Despite the similar name, it shares very few common components with the lighter, non-street-legal off-road competition WR250F.
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