Honda India recently launched its latest 300cc roadster offering as the CB300F. The bike is available in two variants: deluxe and deluxe pro. In this piece, we’ll list take a closer look at the Honda CB300F and check out its top five highlights.
The Honda CB300F features a youthful design. It gets aggressive bodywork and sharp creases on the fuel tank and side panels. The LED headlight too looks sporty and compliments the overall bodywork.
Apart from LED illumination, the Honda CB300F also gets traction control, dual-channel ABS, a fully digital instrument cluster and Bluetooth compatibility. The latter lets you connect your smartphone to the CB300F’s display and get access to SMS/call notifications as well as music playback control.
Honda has powered the CB300F by a 293cc, oil-cooled, four-valve, SOHC engine that develops 23.8bhp and 25.6Nm. It’s mated to a six-speed gearbox and gets a slip and assist clutch for smooth downshifts.
For the suspension setup, Honda has equipped the CB300F with USD front forks and a monoshock with five-step adjustability. The braking hardware comprises a 276mm front disc and a 220mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS. It rides on 17-inch alloys and a 14.1-litre fuel tank.
Price and Variants
Honda offers the CB300F in two variants: deluxe and deluxe pro. Overall, the bike’s available in three colours: Sports Red, Mat Marvel Blue Metallic and Mat Axis Grey Metallic. The asking price for the Deluxe variant is set to Rs 2,25,900 and the Deluxe Pro retails at Rs 2,28,900 (both ex-showroom Delhi).