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Honda CB300R Launch Confirmed in India : Price, Image, Review, Mileage, Specifications

Honda has confirmed that they will set in motion Honda CB300R in India soon. The new Honda CB300R arrives with a blend of the retro elements with ultra-modern styling. It is also the lightest motorcycle in its category and mated with a 286cc engine, which will give riders a nimble excitement with a lot of power at their disposal. What is even more fascinating is the fact that the CB300R will be sold as a premium product through select retail outlets only.

The 300cc Honda Motorcycle will be transported to India via CKD Route

  • Booking for the bike has started with an initial amount of Rs. 5,000
  • Will be low-priced CKD offering from Honda for India
  • Expected to Launch in the Mid-year of 2019

The bike access a signature round head-lamp with horseshoe-shaped DRLs. The head-lamp, tail-lamp, and indicators are all LED to assure no path is dark for the rider to navigate through.

Buyers Will Get To Make a Decision From Two Color Options:
  • Matte Axis Gray Metallic
  • Candy Chromosphere Red

Overview

Honda CB300R is an impressively designed motorcycle that contributes its engine with popular CBR300R. India is highly waiting for its liter class inspired design language and powerful motor. The design remains relatively identical to Honda CB1000R as one can spot similar fuel tank seating and component placement. The engine will be generating 31 BHP at 8500 rpm and 27.5 Nm at 7500 rpm. These assemble the motorcycle good for enough power in the usable range and thus, street riding would feel like a blessing with this machine.

Also Read: Honda CB300R Launched in India, Expected Priced at Rs.2.3 Lakhs

Internal Features

Honda CB300R will be attainable with a seat height of 799 mm which is pretty decent for a motorcycle of this class as just 143 kg of wet weight means easy handling and impressive mileage during city rides. Honda presents 41mm USD forks, sporty rear monoshock, dual channel ABS, 296mm Nissin front and 220mm rear disc brake with CB300R.

Styling and Comforts

Styling is new-fangled, Contemporary and angular, with svelte LED lighting. Honda CB300R is a more friendly motorcycle than the CB300F that it takes over from. With more amassed upright seating position, the CB300R focuses on core point of rider comfort than sport. The seat is very comfortable; the lower one is optional and the new tank has a shape that makes it comfortable to grip with your legs. Special compensation of the tank design is that it leaves room for the knees of taller riders.

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It is an aggressive and adventurous new look-see that contrasts brushed alloy radiator shrouds with a blacked-out engine and an underslung, upswept exhaust. The all-new Honda CB300R contains a steel tubular frame and stout-looking, 41mm upside-down front forks, provide agile handling as well as character. On the lighter side of the new motorcycle, headlight, taillight, and indicators are all LED; this bike is made to look at and stand out everywhere.

Engine Specifications

Engine Description – Liquid-Cooled Single Cylinder

Fuel System – PGM-FI

Cooling – Liquid Cooling

Displacement – 286 cc

Maximum Power – 31 Bhp @ 8500 rpm

Maximum Torque – 27.5 Nm @ 7500 rpm

Number of Cylinders – 1

Compression Ratio -10.7:1

Bore – 76.0 mm

Stroke  – 63.0 mm

A Modification That Makes 2019 Honda CB300R a Flawless Urban Motorcycle:

The CB300R is more than that of redressed Honda CB300F. Other than that cosmetic treatment, which Honda called Neo-Sports Cafe the biggest development is the new trellis-style frame, with a new swingarm, and new suspension.

The suspension comes across with a firm feel in corners with no wallowing. With such a light bike it is too easy to dive into corners at a higher speed, knowing the insight that can turn the bike quickly. Since the 286cc single has its own limitations; still, it does rev up to 10,500 rpm if you’re feeling courageous and want to delve into the decent mid-range and top end. The chassis gives new riders the confidence to advance their riding envelopes, in part to a near 50/50 weight bias putting plenty of reassuring weight on the front tire.

Ride Style and More Comparability

Honda CB300R is fun, cost-effective, and easy to ride and advance. It is an ideal machine for budding riders to step up to, or for those looking to increase their experience, wisdom, and confidence on two wheels.

Looks of shallow impression emphasize the CB1000R features of metal. It is a hard little character that can take on the city backstreets, as well as stretch its legs out on the open accessible roads. What more do you need?

Technology of Emotion

  • Brighter Lights

All lights, inclusive of indicators, Honda CB300R are LED. At first sight, there is the thin round headlight with its metal-tone rim. It is a signature feature with an extraordinary, ringed running light as well as an attention-grabbing, two bar light feature.

  • Safer Breaking

The front brake is a radial-mounted, 4-piston caliper, wave-style disc brake. The rear is a 2-piston caliper, 220mm wave disc and both the pair is regulated during the use by 2-channel ABS. This high-particularization system works through an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) contingent upon finely-balanced, front-to-rear operation and incredible feel, in all riding conditions.

  • Fit For Street

A brushed aluminum radiator shroud contradiction on the overall blacked-out engine adding to the hard-edged look of this new class of street machine.

  • Up- Swept Style

Under slung, dual-chamber exhaust cradles the dark appearance of the single-cylinder engine and sweeps up at the rear. Finished by contrasting black with chrome, it adds to the aggressive, ‘tail-up’, ready-to-go acceptation of the bike.

Wheels

ABS System – 2 channel with IMU

Front Brakes – 296mm floating disc with radial-mount Nissin 4-piston caliper

Rear Brakes – 220mm disc with single-piston

Suspension Front – 37mm telescopic fork

Suspension Rear – Monoshock damper, 107mm travel

Tyre Size Front – 110/70R17M/C 54H

Tyre Size Rear – 150/60R17M/C 65H

Wheels Front –            17inch

Wheels Rear –  17inch

Dimensions and Weights

Battery Capacity – 12V-7AH

Caster Angle – 24°

Dimensions (L×W×H) (mm) – 2012mm x 802mm x 1052mm

Frame type – Steel diamond frame

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres) –  10.0L

Fuel Consumption – 30.2km/l (WMTC mode)

Ground Clearance (mm) – 151mm

Kerb Weight (kg) – 143kg

Seat Height (mm) – 799mm

Wheelbase (mm) – 1352mm

 

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