Honda CBR300R

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Expected Price

 2,00,000 -  2,30,000

Expected launch date

February 2021

Honda CBR300R is not launched in India yet.

Information on this page is tentative.


About CBR300R

The Honda CBR300R is a bigger-displacement version of the CBR250R. When Kawasaki debuted the Ninja 300 as a response to the CBR250R, everyone and their uncle upped their displacement game. Along came Yamaha with 320cc and two cylinders, KTM with 373cc and one cylinder, and, recently, Kawasaki, with 400cc and two cylinders. The CBR300R takes what the CBR250R offers and turns it up a notch. 286cc from a single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor generates 30bhp and 27Nm, a healthy increase from the CBR250R's figures. Yes, it is fuel injected and yes, it has a six-speed gearbox, just like the 250. Braking is taken care of by discs at both ends, and globally ABS and CBS is standard.

Where it differs are in the looks. The 300 opts for a twin-headlamp setup like the bigger Honda machines. It most closely follows the CBR1000RR Fireblade's twin-headlamp-inspired-by-Spiderman styling. The rest of the styling is typically Honda conservative, but attractive as well. The CBR300R, when it comes to the Indian market, will replace the CBR250R and compete with the KTM RC390, Yamaha YZF-R3, Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Benelli 302R. However, we do not expect it to make its way here anytime in the near future.

Honda CBR300R News

  • Honda unveils the CB300R
    Honda unveils the CB300R
    13 November 2017
    Neil Nair

    The CB300R is the streetfighter version of the CBR300R sold internationally and shares its design with the 2018 CB1000R.

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  • Honda 300TT concept showcased at Bangkok Motor Show
    Honda 300TT concept showcased at Bangkok Motor Show
    31 March 2016
    Ranjan R. Bhat

    Honda has unveiled a café racer concept called the 300TT Racer at the 2016 Bangkok Motor Show in Thailand. Based on Honda’s 300cc single-cylinder platform, the 300TT Racer is inspired by the retro racing motorcycles of the yesteryears.

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  • EICMA 2015: Honda updates its existing range of motorcycles
    EICMA 2015: Honda updates its existing range of motorcycles
    17 November 2015
    Santosh Nair

    Honda has showcased the updated CB500F, CBR500R and CB500X at the EICMA 2015. They have undergone several rider-focussed updates with the intent to enhance their desirability. Upgrades to this range include LED head and taillights, adjustable pre-load on the front...

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