The Champion 250 S is a car model from the brand Champion made by Hermann Holbein. The car appeared in March 1950 along with the Champion 250 as successors to the Champion Ch-2. In March 1951, ceased production.


The open bodyshell didn't have doors and had room for two people.

Weights and Measures

The wheelbase was 180cm and the track was 120cm. The overall length of the car was 285 cm, the width was 136 cm and the height was 128 cm. With a curb weight of 260 kg, the maximum permissible weight was 435 kg.


The air or fan-cooled single-cylinder two stroke engine of Triumph had a displacement of 248 cc and produced 7.5 kW. It was mounted in the rear of the vehicle was mated to a three-speed transmission. The top speed was 75 km/h and fuel consumption was reported to be 3.8 litres per 100 km.

Price and quantity

The price for a new car was 2750 DM B etween March 1950 and March 1951, 267 cars of the 250 and 250 S were made.

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