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2022 Honda CB300R: All you need to know

08 December 2021, 01:57 PM Anuj Mishra
2022 Honda CB300R: All you need to know

As impressed as we were with the Honda CB300R after riding it, we were equally displeased when the bike was discontinued during the BS6 transition. But now, we are glad to report the motorcycle is all set to come back in January 2022 in BS6 avatar. While we await its official launch, let’s take a look at all you need to know about the bike. 

Honda CB300R Head Light

Subtle visual changes

Honda’s trademark Neo Sports Café styling of the CB300R has remained majorly the same. However, there are mild changes like a black headlamp bezel (for black colour variant), golden upside down front forks, and darker radiator cowls. The motorcycle will be available in three colour options including red, black, and grey. 

Modest feature list

The list of features available in the CB300R was not the most impressive one and it’s the same case with its 2022 BS6 model. The headlamp, tail lamp and turn indicators are all LED. Instrumentation setup comprises a blue backlit LCD dash which shows decent amount of information but doesn’t get smartphone connectivity and turn-by-turn navigation. 

Honda CB300R Engine From Left

Cleaner engine 

In its BS4 form, the 286cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine of the CB300R produces 30bhp and 27.4Nm. Following the BS6-bound revisions, these power figures are likely to have gone through mild changes. One change that will surely make the riding experience better is the inclusion of an assist and slipper clutch. 

Honda CB300R Front View

Same premium hardware

The CB300R was impressive in terms of cycle parts and Honda has left them untouched. Suspension duties are handled by Showa front forks and link-type monoshock while stopping power comes from Nissin brake calipers at both ends. As a safety net, it gets a dual-channel ABS setup as standard. 

Price 

Honda had priced the BS4 CB300R at Rs 2.41 lakh (ex-showroom). The updated model of the bike is likely to witness a price drop, provided Honda decides to produce it locally here in India. 

Honda CB300R

Honda CB300R

  • Displacement286 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported30 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)31.1 bhp
  • Kerb Weight146 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 2,77,291

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