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Honda CB300F Price

VariantPriceSpecifications
CB300F Standard
₹ 1,70,150
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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CB300F key highlights

Engine Capacity293.52 cc
Mileage
34 kmpl
Transmission6 Speed Manual
Kerb Weight153 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity14.1 litres
Seat Height789 mm

Honda CB300F Summary

Price: Honda CB300F price for its variant - CB300F Standard is estimated at Rs. 1,70,150. The mentioned CB300F price is the average ex-showroom.

Honda CB300F is a super bike available in only 1 variant and 3 colours. The Honda CB300F is powered by 293.52cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 24.13 bhp and a torque of 25.6 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Honda CB300F comes up with anti-locking braking system. This CB300F bike weighs 153 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 14.1 liters.

The Honda CB300F is the most affordable and sportier-looking alternative to the CB300R in India. The styling cues are inspired by the Honda CB500F roadster and it gets aggressive bodywork and sharp creases all over. The design elements comprise a single-pod headlight, a muscular fuel tank, split-style seats, and a side-slung exhaust. Then, the feature list includes full-LED lighting, a digital instrument cluster, traction control, and dual-channel ABS. Plus, the Bluetooth module brings features such as call alerts, music controls, and voice navigation.

The mechanical specifications include an OBD2-compliant, 293cc, oil-cooled, four-valve, SOHC engine that develops 23.8bhp and 25.6Nm of peak torque. The motor is linked to a six-speed gearbox and it benefits from a slipper and assist clutch mechanism.

The suspension setup includes upside-down front forks and a preload-adjustable rear mono-shock while the braking hardware comprises a 276mm front disc and a 220mm rear disc – both grabbed by Nissin-sourced calipers.

Honda launched the CB300F in India in August 2022 with a starting price of Rs 2.26 lakh (ex-showroom) but gave it a massive price cut a few months later.

Honda CB300F Review

  • Good Things

    • Sharp styling looks attractive
    • Gets refine engine
    • Equipped with lots of features
  • Could be Better

    • Priced quite high
    • Performance figure could have been better

BikeWale's Take

The CB300F is Honda’s new premium entry-level motorcycle. It gets styling that is attractive and looks like a bigger cousin of the CB Hornet 2.0. It is packed with lots of features and gets an engine that churns out acceptable performance. But the bike is priced quite high which makes its rival look like value-for-money bikes. 

Honda CB300F Expert Opinion

The Honda CB300F looks aesthetically pleasing and it is equipped with some serious hardware and features – some of which are unavailable on its rivals. But does it justify that price tag?

Introduction

Honda CB300F Right Front Three Quarter

Why buy it?

- Looks appealing

- Well equipped (traction control, Bluetooth, dual-channel ABS)

- Low seat height, lighter weight, short turning radius

Why avoid it?

- Very Expensive

- Not as exciting as Gixxer 250 or comfortable as FZ25

After many teasers, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India finally disclosed its best-kept-secret, the CB300F and at a surprisingly optimistic price tag despite local manufacturing. Now there are two ways to look at the new Honda CB300F – a budget alternative to the CB300R or an expensive rival to the Suzuki Gixxer 250 and the Yamaha FZ25. For me, it tilts more towards the latter. However, it looks aesthetically pleasing and comes equipped with serious hardware and features – some of which are unavailable on its rivals.

Honda CB300F Front View

But does it justify that price tag? We got an opportunity to test ride the new CB300F for the first ride review and here is what we thought of the motorcycle. Do note that we had the motorcycle for a few hours and the observations are based on a short ride. We will bring you a detailed road test review when we get the motorcycle for a longer duration.

The Visuals

Honda CB300F Right Rear Three Quarter

Honda says that the motorcycle draws styling cues from the CB500F. To me, however, it looks very much like the Hornet 2.0 with a CB650R/CBR650R-style LED taillight. The Hornet 2.0-esque styling is more evident because of the exhaust design, seat setup, golden-coloured upside-down front forks, and the split-style grab-rail. That said, the resemblance with the Hornet 2.0 isn’t a bad thing as this lower displacement Honda, which rivals the TVS Apache 200 and the Bajaj Pulsar NS200, is a very handsome motorcycle.

Honda CB300F Fuel Tank

What could’ve been different, though, are the colours that are identical to the Hornet 2.0. In fact, the Hornet 2.0 has a bigger colour palette than the CB300F. This new motorcycle from the Indian arm of the Japanese manufacturer is available in three colours – Sports Red, Matte Axis Grey Metallic, and Matte Marvel Blue Metallic. As the names suggest, the Matte Axis Grey Metallic and the Matte Marvel Blue Metallic paint themes feature a matte finish. The Sports Red, on the other hand, gets a glossy finish.

Honda CB300F Left Side Multifunction Switchgear

The build quality is typical Honda and the fit and finish levels are commendable. But I had two complaints here. First is the key design, which looks too small and cheap for a premium motorcycle. Second, while the switchgear is of good quality, the newly added buttons on the left side of the handlebar lack the assuring clicking sound, unlike the other switches. Excluding this, we did not see any build quality issues with the CB300F, and it is indeed a well-put-together product. In fact, the feature list complements the stylish design of the motorcycle.

The Package

Honda CB300F Head Light

The CB300F is well-equipped when it comes to the feature list. It comes standard with full-LED lighting, a digital instrument cluster, Honda Selectable Torque Control or traction control system, and a dual-channel ABS. The DLX Pro version further benefits from Bluetooth connectivity and the system provides access to music, calls, and navigation function. Unlike many other motorcycles in the Indian market that get turn-by-turn navigation tech, the system on the CB300F is limited to audio instructions that are only available when paired to a helmet-mounted Bluetooth intercom – sold as an accessory by Honda.

Honda CB300F Instrument Cluster

Apart from Bluetooth information, the instrument cluster also features adjustable brightness levels. However, the operation here is not very intuitive, and you would need the help of its manual when accessing the functions for the first time. But once accustomed, the system is very useful and the switches are easy to operate, even with the riding gloves.

Honda CB300F Fuel Tank

While the feature list is promising, the power output, surprisingly, is lower than the Gixxer 250. The higher displacement, however, delivers more torque than the other Japanese 250cc motorcycles in the Indian market. Other hardware on the CB300F includes a diamond-type frame, upside-down front forks, preload-adjustable rear mono-shock, 276mm disc at the front, and a 220mm rotor at the back. So, how well does this package work?

The Ride

Honda CB300F Left Front Three Quarter

The engine comes to life after 4,000rpm and continues to build momentum even in the higher revs. It sounds sporty too, and unless you’re going past 6,500rpm, the refinement levels feel solid. Now, there are evident vibrations from the footpegs, fuel tank, and handlebar beyond 8,000rpm but that’s almost near the motorcycle’s redline. The only time this would bother the rider would be out on the highway when the CB300F will be in the higher revs. At city speeds, around 50-60kmph, the CB300F feels refined. What also comes in handy is its light clutch action and a crisp six-speed gearbox.

Honda CB300F Mono Shock Absorber

Further, the suspension setup is tuned for spirited riding and the hardware packs a firm setting. Thus, while the CB300F is delightful on a good, twisting road with well-laid tarmac, the rider will feel every undulation on the road surface. On the upside, the motorcycle never felt unsettling when tackling bad roads. Then, the braking setup is decent, but not praiseworthy. It lacks the confidence-inspiring bite that one would expect from a sporty motorcycle, and the feedback could have been much sharper than what you get from the current setup. Meanwhile, the safety net of dual-channel ABS, slipper clutch, and traction control system made sure that the rain-soaked roads did not catch me by surprise, despite aggressive throttle inputs, hard downshifts, and heavy braking.

Honda CB300F Left Rear Three Quarter

What’s more? The rider’s triangle is sporty without being too aggressive – a typical trait in the roadster segment. Thus, you get rear-set footpegs and a flat handlebar. The handlebar is on the tall side, which gives an upright riding position. This tall placement also ensures that the bar end does not hit the fuel tank and the CB300F packs a short turning radius. Then, there’s the 789mm seat height that makes the ground easily reachable. At 5’10” tall, I could easily place both my feet flat on the ground with a comfortable bend in my knee. This made moving the motorcycle around very easy.

Should you buy it?

Honda CB300F Right Front Three Quarter

As we said in the beginning, you can look at this motorcycle in two ways – a budget alternative to the CB300R or an expensive rival to the Gixxer 250 and the FZ25. Standalone, it’s a fantastic-looking motorcycle that packs a brag-worthy feature list. Not to mention, the aesthetics are complemented by its commendable build quality and handling prowess.

Honda CB300F Left Front Three Quarter

However, as a rival to the Gixxer 250 and the FZ25, the CB300F comes across as very expensive. Sure, the hardware and feature list are higher than the other 250cc motorcycles. But the Gixxer 250 is nearly Rs 45,000 cheaper while the FZ25 retails at Rs 79,000 lower price tag than the CB300F. For that difference, the CB300F doesn’t pack the engine character that the Gixxer 250 delivers or the comfort levels of the FZ25, and that definitely hampers this Honda motorcycle’s chances to gather good sales numbers in the Indian market.

Photography by Kaustubh Gandhi

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Honda CB300F Colours

Honda CB300F is available in the following colours in India.

Honda CB300F mileage

Honda CB300F mileage

The average of the CB300F is 34 kmpl, as per the owners of the bike.

CB300F mileage details

CB300F Specifications & Features

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      Specifications

      • Power & Performance

        • Displacement
          293.52 cc
        • Max Power
          24.13 bhp @ 7500 rpm
        • Max Torque
          25.6 Nm @ 5500 rpm
        • Mileage - Owner Reported
          34 kmpl
        • Riding Range
          479.4 Km
        • Top Speed
          155 Kmph
        • Riding Modes
          No
        • Transmission
          6 Speed Manual
        • Transmission Type
          Chain Drive
        • Gear Shifting Pattern
          1 Down 5 Up
        • Cylinders
          1
        • Bore
          77 mm
        • Stroke
          63.03 mm
        • Valves Per Cylinder
          4
        • Compression Ratio
          9.3:1
        • Ignition
          CDI
        • Spark Plugs
          1 Per Cylinder
        • Cooling System
          Oil Cooled
        • Clutch
          Wet Multiplate
        • Fuel Delivery System
          Fuel Injection
        • Fuel Tank Capacity
          14.1 litres
        • Reserve Fuel Capacity
          2.8 litres
        • Emission Standard
          BS6 Phase 2
        • Fuel Type
          Petrol
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      • Brakes, Wheels & Suspension

        • Front Suspension
          Telescopic (USD)
        • Rear Suspension
          Monoshock
        • Braking System
          Dual Channel ABS
        • Front Brake Type
          Disc
        • Front Brake Size
          276 mm
        • Rear Brake Type
          Disc
        • Rear Brake Size
          220 mm
        • Calliper Type
          4 Piston Calliper
        • Wheel Type
          Alloy
        • Front Wheel Size
          17 inch
        • Rear Wheel Size
          17 inch
        • Front Tyre Size
          110/70R - 17
        • Rear Tyre Size
          150/60R - 17
        • Tyre Type
          Tubeless
        • Radial Tyres
          Yes
        • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider)
          29 psi
        • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider)
          29 psi
        • Front Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
          29 psi
        • Rear Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
          33 psi
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      • Dimensions & Chassis

        • Kerb Weight
          153 kg
        • Seat Height
          789 mm
        • Ground Clearance
          177 mm
        • Overall Length
          2084 mm
        • Overall Width
          765 mm
        • Overall Height
          1075 mm
        • Wheelbase
          1390 mm
        • Chassis Type
          Diamond Type
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      • Manufacturer Warranty

        • Standard Warranty
          3 Year
        • Standard Warranty
          42000 Km
      • Service & Maintenance Schedule

        • 1st Service
          750-1000 Kms/15-30 Days
        • 2nd Service
          5500-6000 Kms/165-180 Days
        • 3rd Service
          11500-12000 Kms/350-365 Days

      Features

        • Touch Screen Display
          No
        • Instrument Console
          Digital
        • Odometer
          Digital
        • Speedometer
          Digital
        • Fuel Guage
          Yes
        • Digital Fuel Guage
          Yes
        • Hazard Warning Indicator
          Yes
        • Average Speed Indicator
          Yes
        • OTA Updates
          Not Available
        • Call/SMS Alerts
          Yes
        • Geo Fencing
          No
        • Distance to Empty Indicator
          No
        • Tachometer
          Digital
        • Stand Alarm
          Yes
        • No. of Tripmeters
          2
        • Tripmeter Type
          Digital
        • Gear Indicator
          Yes
        • Low Fuel Indicator
          Yes
        • Low Oil Indicator
          Yes
        • Low Battery Indicator
          Yes
        • Clock
          Yes
        • Service Reminder Indicator
          Yes
        • Battery
          12 V, 5.0 Ah
        • Front Storage Box
          No
        • Under Seat Storage
          No
        • Mobile App Connectivity
          Yes
        • DRLs (Daytime Running Lights)
          Yes
        • AHO (Automatic Headlight On)
          No
        • Shift Light
          Yes
        • Headlight Type
          LED
        • Brake/Tail Light
          LED
        • Turn Signal
          LED
        • Pass Light
          Yes
        • GPS & Navigation
          No
        • USB Charging Port
          Yes
        • Riding Modes Switch
          No
        • Traction Control
          No
        • Cruise Control
          Not Available
        • Hazard Warning Switch
          Yes
        • Start Type
          Electric Start
        • Killswitch
          Yes
        • Stepped Seat
          Yes
        • Pillion Backrest
          No
        • Pillion Grabrail
          Yes
        • Pillion Seat
          Yes
        • Pillion Footrest
          Yes
        • Front Suspension Preload Adjuster
          No
        • Rear Suspension Preload Adjuster
          Yes
        • Additional Features
          -
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      Honda CB300F User Reviews

      4.4/5

      (47 Ratings) 14 Reviews

      4

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      4

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      Best beginner bike with a 300 badging for Indian road daily commute

      2 weeks ago


      Somnath Deb

      The buying experience was decent. The riding experience is smooth. The gear shifts properly, acceleration is good, and pretty decent for new riders too but with time it doesn't feel slow though. Wide tyres provide confidence while cornering. Looks are sharp, it's not too boring not too sporty either. Comes with a sports commuter look. Servicing is not too cheap but decent. Maintenance is basic. Best beginner bike with 300 badges. Looks awesome from every angle. Decent mileage. All led setup. Full digital speedometer. Comes with a Bluetooth connection in the dlx pro version. Dual channel ABS. Switchable traction control. Riding comfort is there as well as pillion comfort is decent. Lightweight and pretty stable on higher speed. All over it's a value-for-money package. Connecting with the phone is a headache. LED headlight is not that powerful, will need to add auxiliary lights later for better night visibility on highways. Power figures can be a bit better.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      < 3 months

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Chain cleaning in every 500 kilometres and basics as usual.

      Was this review helpful?

      2


      2


      Best bike in the segment

      4 weeks ago


      Kunal Takalkhede

      The CB300F is a stylish and well-rounded motorcycle that offers a blend of performance and features. Let's delve into a detailed review of this bike. The CB300F boasts sharp styling that is both modern and attractive. Its design is sure to turn heads on the road. The overall aesthetics give it a sporty and aggressive appearance, making it a desirable choice for riders who appreciate a visually appealing motorcycle. Powering the CB300F is a 293.52 cc engine, delivering a maximum power of 24.13 bhp at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 25.6 Nm at 5500 rpm. While these figures might not be class-leading, the engine is refined, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable riding experience. The 6-speed manual transmission adds to the thrill, providing versatility in different riding conditions. The CB300F offers a respectable mileage of 36 kmpl, making it an efficient choice for daily commuting and long rides. The fuel tank capacity of 14.1 liters ensures that riders won't have to make frequent stops for refueling, enhancing the bike's touring capabilities.
      With a kerb weight of 153 kg, the CB300F is relatively lightweight, contributing to nimble handling on city streets and winding roads. The telescopic front suspension and mono-shock rear suspension, coupled with dual-channel ABS, provide a balanced and secure riding experience. The USD front forks enhance stability and control. The bike's dimensions, including a seat height of 789 mm and ground clearance of 177 mm, contribute to a comfortable riding posture for various riders. The stepped seat design ensures both rider and pillion comfort on longer journeys. The CB300F comes equipped with a digital instrument console that includes features like a digital speedometer, odometer, fuel gauge, gear indicator, and more. The bike also offers mobile app connectivity, enabling riders to stay connected while on the go. Safety is prioritized with the inclusion of dual-channel ABS, a hazard warning indicator, and a robust braking system. LED headlights, brake/tail lights, and turn signals enhance visibility, contributing to overall rider safety. The manufacturer provides a standard warranty of 3 years or 42,000 km, offering peace of mind to riders. The service and maintenance schedule is well-detailed, making it convenient for owners to keep the bike in optimal condition. In conclusion, the CB300F is a well-rounded motorcycle that excels in design, performance, and features. While the performance figures could be more competitive, the bike makes up for it with its refined engine, comfortable ergonomics, and a host of features. Whether for daily commuting or spirited rides, the CB300F is a compelling choice in its segment.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      4

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      Never owned

      Got mileage of

      34 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      User proper engine olil based on your geoghraphical location

      Was this review helpful?

      1


      2


      Best bike with best price

      19 weeks ago


      Smarak Smith

      Lots of features, Best for city ride long tour also comfortable.
      I am enjoying this bike and the pros are everything but the cons are only low light for the headlight not bright like a pulsar.
      Refine engine performance and good pickup. Dual channels ABS is also good. Break is average need to improve break. Trust this is very good bike enjoy your ride.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      5

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      < 3 months

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      36 kmpl

      Was this review helpful?

      6


      11

      Best budget honda

      21 weeks ago


      Dinesh

      Best bike in the mid-range segment, apart from styling. 300cc is awesome, power kicks in 5k rpm, also the best bike for beginner bike riders. Nimble, efficient, and stylish ride." Overall bike is awesome but disappointed in the styling and attractive pricing. the best thing is it is a Honda bike, Honda's has the best engines.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      3

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      3-6 months

      Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

      Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Regular service must on time

      Was this review helpful?

      10


      8

      Good Motorcycle with Horrendous Build Quality.

      30 weeks ago


      Vishwa Deepak Dwivedi

      Well, it's been more than 6 months living with this motorcycle and I am having a love-hate relationship with it to be honest. I purchased it from Honda Bigwing Ghaziabad and my buying experience was butter smooth. Credits to the Bigwing Ghaziabad Team for that.
      The motorcycle looks decently good - passively aggressive and I love it that way. Although it resembles Hornet 2.0 to some extent, this motorcycle has its own charm. It rides amazing with comfortable riding posture and the gearshifts are butter smooth. Tyres offer adequate grip and gives you confidence.
      Now the cons and I have a lot to share. The first thing is the build quality. I am not sure what Honda was planning. The bike is all plastic (read cheap quality plastic) with horrendous fit and finish. I say 'Horrendous' because it stands nowhere close if we compare it with KTMs and modern REs. The shrouds on the tank is very delicate. The clutch lever (although it has slipper clutch) is feeble with too much of free-play. Also, the vibrations on handlebars and foot-pegs at > 6000 RPM is something that irritates you but you have to live with it. Rear brakes lack the bite but after riding for around 6000 KMs, I am used to it. Also, since the bike is very light in weight, it is not very stable at high speeds.
      I am not complaining about engine specifications and performance, but Honda could have done much better. Had they done it, they would not have to sell the bike at a discounted price. It would have sold like hotcakes, but Honda did what they do the best these days, disappoint their loyal customers. I had a Honda Unicorn and Hornet 160R in the past and my dad used to ride Honda Shine, but after this, I'm never going back to Honda again.

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      4

      Reliability


      4

      Comfort


      4

      Service Experience


      4

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Everything

      Owned for

      > 1 yr

      Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

      Got mileage of

      36 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Get a good quality Visor, crash guards and for engine oil, go for Liqui Moly 10w40.

      Was this review helpful?

      27


      19

      Best city bike in 300CC segment.

      39 weeks ago


      Shreyas

      This bike is best for those who want to upgrade to 300cc but not aggressive. The price point is great after the discount was announced. Ride quality is smooth. Gives 31-34 kmpl in the city with constant clutch and brakes. I am a family guy above 30 years of age and wish to have a pocket friendly 300cc. Honda CB300F it is!!!

      Rating Parameters

      (out of 5)

      5

      Visual Appeal


      5

      Reliability


      5

      Comfort


      5

      Service Experience


      3

      Value for Money

      About the Reviewer

      Used it for

      Daily Commute

      Owned for

      3-6 months

      Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

      Got mileage of

      32 kmpl

      Tips for other riders

      Take those periodic service suggestions.

      Was this review helpful?

      7


      4

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      Honda CB300F FAQs

      Q: What is the on-road price of Honda CB300F in 2024?
      The 2024 on-road price of Honda CB300F in Delhi is Rs. 1,96,632. This Honda CB300F price includes the ex-showroom price, RTO and insurance charges.

      Q: What is the actual mileage of Honda CB300F?
      According to the user reported data, Honda CB300F gives an average mileage of 34 kmpl.

      Q: Which is better Honda CB300F or Honda CB300R?
      Honda CB300F is priced at Rs. 1,70,150, has a 293.52 cc 6 Speed Manual engine, gives a mileage of 34 kmpl and weighs 153 kg, whereas, the price of Honda CB300R is Rs. 2,40,100 with a 286 cc engine, giving a mileage of 30 kmpl and weighing 146 kg.

      Q: What are the colour options of Honda CB300F?
      Honda CB300F is available in 3 colours which are Sports Red, Mat Marvel Blue Metallic and Mat Axis Grey Metallic.

      Q: What are the key specifications of Honda CB300F?
      Honda CB300F is a Super bike that weighs 153 kg, has a 293.52 cc BS6 Phase 2 engine and a fuel capacity of 14.1 litres.

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