- No styling revisions to the BS6 model
- Mechanical specifications not available yet
- Launch likely soon
CFMoto has revealed the BS6-compliant 300NK ahead of its unveiling. While the company is yet to make an announcement about the launch, the photograph posted on the company’s social media handles confirms that the styling will remain unaltered. Thus, the BS6-compliant CFMoto 300NK will continue to feature an aggressive bodywork that includes a low-slung full-LED headlamp, muscular fuel tank, an upswept rear section, a split-seat setup, an underbelly exhaust, rear-fender mounted number plate, and five-spoke alloy wheels.
The colour and graphics will remain identical to the BS4 model. The feature list, too, will be similar to the BS4 version, and the latest iteration of the 300NK will continue to use full-LED lighting and a colour-TFT screen with two display modes. The hardware will comprise upside-down telescopic front forks, rear mono-shock, disc brakes on both wheels, and a dual-channel ABS.
Mechanical specification should retain the 292.4cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine although the power and torque output figures may witness a marginal decline. The BS4 version, for reference, was tuned to produce 33.5bhp and 20.5Nm of peak torque.