- Engine: 286 Cc
- Mileage: No info
- Power: 30 bhp
- Weight: 147 Kg
Honda CB300R Overview
The all-new Honda CB300R is inspired by the appearance of CB100R, which implies that it hosts a neo-retro café look, which seems very appealing to the eyes and comfort. It boasts of a 286 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which produces 30 bhp and 27.5 Nm. The top highlighting feature of this beauty is the LED lighting alongside CBS with ABS. The fuel tank capacity is 10 litres, along with 143 kg of light kerb weight. The brakes are mounted with a 4-piston calliper in the front and floating calliper at the rear. The front tyre is 110 mm wide and the rear tyre is 150 mm wide.
Honda CB300R Styling & Comfort
The all-new Honda CB300R style has a deliberate resemblance to the CBR300R as it looks modern and sleek in design, with an inspired cafe racer look in a ‘trapezoid’ form. The black finished hardware and engine showcase an aggressive appeal. Moreover, there is a premium-finished steel tabular frame, brushed aluminium radiator shroud and a chrome underslung dual chamber exhaust in black contrast at the rear end.
There are LED indicators present on the CB300R. There is a sphere metallic rim headlamp with a built-in horseshoe that comes protected with a signature two-bar light feature whereas the taillight is the thinnest ever. The sleek, lightweight and wholly digital LCD instrument cluster displays the speed, engine’s rpm, fuel level and gear positioning along with warning lights displayed at the top.
Honda CB300R Performance and Handling
The all-new Honda CB300R is a member of ‘sports naked’ family and submits to the rider’s control by focussing all the heavy parts to the epicentre of gravity. All these mechanisms offer a well-tuned firm balance, which ensures outstanding feedback when you are riding.
Weighing at just 147 kg, CB300R is the most lightweight motorbike in its class. A brand-new frame is amalgamated with pressed and tubular steel and is fixed by pressed steel swingarm pivot plates and a swingarm, which helps deliver fluid handling for better stability. Complimentary to this is the 41 mm USD front forks, thick bar-style handlebars with 40° radius, a 2.3 m turning radius, a single shocker at the rear along with a 5-step spring preload adjustment and a 1344 mm wheelbase.
Honda CB300R Competitors
The Honda CB300R is offered in Matte Axis Gray Metallic and Candy Chromosphere Red colour, and will compete against the KTM 390 and 250 Dukes, and Kawasaki Z250.
Honda CB300R Mileage
The all-new Honda CB300R is expected to deliver a mileage of around 30.2 kmpl on the city streets and on the highways as well.
Honda CB300R Engine & Transmission
Honda CB300R engine is a free-revving DOHC 4-valve 286 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine coupled with PGM-FI technology, which puts forward a magnanimous performance on streets as well as roads. The engine possesses a 2-room structure interior that aggravates the acceleration while producing an aggressive engine sound.
The blend of a powerful torque and a lightweight 300 cc segment allows the CB300R to receive a top-notch torque-to-weight ratio.
Honda CB300R Braking & Safety
The hubless floating disc at the front and the rear floating disc are well regulated by a 2-channel ABS which operates on the best-in-class Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). The IMU action renders a constant thorough circulation of ABS functionality and thereby regulates the stability of the motorbike while sudden brakes are engaged.
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