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Honda 250EX Specs

by Wes Walcott

The Honda Sportrax 250EX is a sport style all-terrain vehicle (ATV) designed for recreational motor enthusiasts of any skill level. An automatic clutch and maintenance-free shaft drive combined with a powerful engine and high performance suspension make the Sportrax 250EX an attractive choice for both veterans and entry-level users alike.


The Sportrax 250EX has a 229 cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine that is mounted longitudinally so that direct drive-shaft alignment to the back wheels permits a more efficient power transfer. The engine also features a 2.7-inch bore, 2.45-inch stroke, 0.87-inch piston valve, and electric starter.


The five-speed transmission on the Sportrax 250EX features sport riding gear ratios, reverse, and an automatic clutch to make shifting more accessible to beginner riders.


Double-wishbone front suspension and a steel swingarm with rear shock absorption provide the Sportrax 250EX with 5.9 inches of travel in the front and 5.7 inches of travel in the back. The ATV's double-cradle steel chassis is lightweight and designed with recreational driving in mind.


Consistent braking power on the Sportrax 250EX is provided by dual hydraulic 6.85-inch disc brakes in the front and a fully sealed rear mechanical drum brake.


The Sportrax 250EX is 6.83 inches long, 41.8 inches wide, and 42.2 inches high. In addition to 5.9 inches of ground clearance and a wheelbase of 44.3 inches, the ATV has a turning radius of 9.2 feet and dry weight of 349 lbs.

Fuel Capacity

The Sportrax 250EX is equipped with a 2.7-gallon fuel tank and 0.7-gallon reserve tank.

About the Author

Along with SEO experience, Wes Walcott has been writing since 2009. He has written for various online publications including Kotaku and Gamespot. Walcott has his technical writing certification from Clemson University and a Bachelor of Commerce in marketing management from the University of Guelph.

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