Honda CB300R

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Expected Price

 2,00,000 -  2,10,000

Expected launch date

April 2019

Honda CB300R is not launched in India yet.

Information on this page is tentative.


About CB300R

The Honda CB300R is based on the CBR300R but the styling is based on the current CB100R, which means a neo-retro café-racer type look that is quite fetching. It has a 286cc single cylinder liquid-cooled engine that generates 30bhp and 27.5Nm. All LED lighting and CBS with ABS are some of the features that the CB300R has. The fuel tank holds 10 litres, and the kerb weight is a low 143kg. The brakes are radially mounted 4-piston calliper in the front and a floating calliper at the back. Tyre sizes are familiar ones: a 110mm wide front and 150mm wide rear. The suspension is quite conventional, and has only preload adjustment for the rear.
While the CB300R would make for a fantastic streetbike in the current Indian market, there are already many players in this space – the KTM 390 and 250 Duke, Benelli TNT 25, and the Kawasaki Z250, to name a few. Honda would be unable to meet a reasonable price target with the CB300R, so it is highly unlikely it will make it to the Indian market soon.

Honda CB300R News

  • Honda CB300R launched in UK
    Honda CB300R launched in UK
    12 June 2018
    Neil Nair

    The Japanese manufacturer has launched the small-capacity streetfighter at EUR 4,429 (Rs 3.52 lakhs) in the United Kingdom.

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  • Honda CB300R launched in Thailand
    Honda CB300R launched in Thailand
    19 January 2018
    Neil Nair

    Honda launched the Neo Sports Café-inspired streetfighter motorcycle in Thailand; India launch unlikely.

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