Honda CB300R

The Honda CB300R bike price in India starts from 2.40 Lakh and goes up to 2.40 Lakh. The Honda CB300R comes in 1 variants and 2 colors. If you have further queries, fill up the form and download the brochure to know more.

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Honda CB300R

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Honda CB300R Key Specifications

Mileage

Mileage

30 kmpl

Displacement

Displacement

287 cc

Fuel Tank Capacity

Fuel Tank Capacity

9.7 L

Kerb Weight

Kerb Weight

146 kg

Height

Height

1047 mm

Top Speed

Top Speed

160 kmph

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Latest Update

The latest updates to this model have further enhanced its appeal, adhering to OBD-2A standards for a sustainable future.

Introduction

The Honda CB300R stands as a testament to the blend of style and performance, encapsulating the essence of a Neo Sports Café racer.

Variants and Colors

In terms of design, the CB300R is available in striking colors like Pearl Spartan Red and Matte Massive Grey, with the option of Matte Pearl Blue and Chromosphere Red, depending on the market.

Engine, Transmission and Power

It boasts a liquid-cooled, 286cc engine that delivers a power of 22.9 kW at 9000 rpm and a torque of 27.5 N-m at 7500 rpm, paired with a smooth 6-speed transmission and a slipper clutch for a seamless riding experience.

Fuel Efficiency and Tank Capacity

The bike's fuel efficiency is commendable, offering an overall mileage of 30 kmpl, and it features a fuel tank capacity of 9.7 litres, suitable for extended rides without frequent stops.

Features

The CB300R doesn't skimp on features either, with a full LED lighting system, a digital instrument cluster, dual-channel ABS, and a robust 41mm USD fork for precise handling.

Wheel Size and Dimension

The wheelbase measures 1352mm, providing a stable ride, while the 17-inch alloy wheels are shod in tubeless tires, size 110/70 R17 at the front and 150/60 R17 at the rear, ensuring strong road grip.

Rivals

When it comes to rivals, the CB300R faces stiff competition from the likes of the KTM 390 Duke, BMW G 310 R, and the TVS Apache RR 310.
 

Honda CB300R Price

You can purchase the Honda CB300R in India for 2.40 Lakh, which is the ex-showroom price. When it comes to the on-road price in New Delhi, it amounts to 2.40 Lakh. Additionally, if you prefer to finance your purchase, EMI plans start at just ₹0 per month, provided you make a down payment of ₹ 24000 and select a suitable tenure of 5 years. Please note that the interest rate may vary depending on your chosen bank.
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Honda CB300R STD

286.01 cc cc, Petrol

₹2,40,000*

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Honda CB300R Insight Reviews

by Editorial Team - Carbike360

What We Like?

  • Low ground clearance is not an issue due to the short wheelbase and firm suspension.
  • Incredibly fuel-efficient, achieving over 35 kmpl on highways.
  • Comparatively less stressed engine with a lower compression ratio.
  • Forgiving suspension compared to competitors like the Duke 250.
  • Attractive pricing after relaunch, making it a more sensible option.
     

What could have been better?

  • Limited availability of accessories and parts due to low sales volume in India.
  • Not suitable for long-distance touring due to limited luggage capacity.
     

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The engine comes the same with its reliable 286cc, 4-valve liquid-cooled engine, and the version of this bike now comes with BS6 compliance, elevating its environmental credentials. If you are keen for Power then the good thing is that it has a slight bump in horsepower, now delivering a total of 31.1 horsepower, albeit at a slightly higher RPM of 9,000.

Although peak torque remains consistent, the introduction of a slip-assist clutch for the 6-speed gearbox enhances the overall riding experience. Noteworthy is the audible difference in the bike's sound, emitting a deeper, more resonant note from its sizeable exhaust.

Within city limits, the agile CB stands out with its snappy acceleration and controlled clutch, providing an exciting ride. However, it also has a calm demeanour, allowing for leisurely cruising at lower speeds due to its short gearing. Fuel efficiency remains commendable, with city and highway usage figures closely aligned, most likely due to its unusual gear ratios.

When you get out on the open road, the CB truly shows off its abilities. The power spike between 6,000 and 9,000 rpm is unexpectedly energetic, well beyond expectations for a bike in this class. While its top speed hovers around 150kph, the quick acceleration steals the show. In our tests, the CB easily ran from 0 to 100 in under 6.6 seconds, setting a new benchmark in its class.

In essence, the revamped CB delivers a thrilling ride coupled with practical enhancements, making it a force to be reckoned with in the realm of sporty commuters.
 

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The latest iteration of the CB comes with a fresh coat of paint that catches the eye right off the bat. However, there's more than meets the eye upon closer inspection. The subtle tweaks to the exhaust muffler design and the addition of a golden USD fork add a touch of sophistication to its aesthetic appeal.

While the LCD display may seem unchanged at first glance, it now shows a gear position indicator, a feature that proves invaluable given the bike's short gearing. Negotiating city traffic becomes a breeze when you can effortlessly navigate through the top gears.

Honda's decision to relocate the horn switch may raise a few eyebrows, but the inclusion of a side stand down engine kill feature more than compensates for this minor inconvenience. It's a practical enhancement that addresses a notable oversight from the previous model.

In summary, the updated CB combines style with functionality, making it a worthy contender in the ever-evolving world of motorcycles.

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Examining the Honda's most recent generation shows an intriguing key to its exciting performance and agile handling: weight. This model weighs at 146kg, down one kilogram from its predecessor, and is neck and neck with the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V. This gap is even more pronounced when considering the KTM 250 Duke's massive 160kg chassis without gasoline, which makes the Honda approximately 30 kilograms lighter—a remarkable effort.

Despite its modest appearance, Honda has expertly designed the rider experience with ergonomic precision. The 801mm seat height accommodates shorter riders, but the amply designed seat and smartly placed foot pegs offer comfort without sacrificing sportiness, even with taller users.

While the international variation features a new Showa Separate Function Big Piston upside-down fork, the Indian model uses an Endurance fork. Despite the absence of flashy names, this bike's suspension strikes an ideal balance between athleticism and comfort. The overall setup perfectly compliments the bike's intended purpose while remaining firm and capable of handling tough terrain. At worst, the switch from Michelin Pilot Streets to MRF tires proved to be a lateral move, with some riders even claiming that the former was superior.

The bike's handling is distinguished by smooth agility and neutral reactivity. Confidence-inspiring cornering combines with remarkable stability at greater speeds, resulting in a predictable yet thrilling ride. While the Nissin brakes are similar to those on the BS4 model, some enthusiasts may prefer greater initial bite. Nonetheless, the dual-channel ABS system, which includes an inertial measurement unit, provides precise and effective performance, demonstrating Honda's commitment to safety and innovation. 

Key Features of Honda CB300R

ASSIST AND SLIPPER CLUTCH

ASSIST AND SLIPPER CLUTCH

ASSIST AND SLIPPER CLUTCH

ASSIST AND SLIPPER CLUTCH

FULLY DIGITALIZED LCD METER

FULLY DIGITALIZED LCD METER

HAZARD SWITCH

HAZARD SWITCH

ROUND SHAPE THIN LED HEADLIGHT

ROUND SHAPE THIN LED HEADLIGHT

UPSIDE-DOWN FRONT SUSPENSION AND HUBLESS FLOATING DISC

UPSIDE-DOWN FRONT SUSPENSION AND HUBLESS FLOATING DISC

Honda CB300R Specifications

Mileage

30 kmpl

Displacement

286.01 cc

Engine Type

Liquid-cooled, 4 Stroke, SI, BS-VI Engine

No. of Cylinders

1

Max Power

31.13 PS @ 9000 rpm

Max Torque

27.5 Nm @ 7500 rpm

Front Brake

Disc

Rear Brake

Disc

Fuel Capacity

9.7 L

Body Type

Sports Bikes

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Honda CB300R Colours

The Honda CB300R is available in 2 different colours.

MATTE STEEL BLACK

Honda CB300R User Reviews

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The Honda CB300R is a premium naked streetfighter that offers a perfect blend of style, performance, and features. The bike's price in most markets is towards the higher end of the 300cc segment, but it's justified by its top-notch build quality, advanced features, and reliable performance. The bike comes with top-spec components like USD forks, LED lights, and a full-digital instrument cluster, which add to its premium appeal. Overall, the Honda CB300R's cost is a bit on the higher side, but it's justified by its premium features and build quality.

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Driving Further, Spending Less
The Honda CB300R is equipped with a fuel-efficient 286cc liquid-cooled engine that delivers a decent mileage figure. While the exact mileage may vary depending on riding conditions, the bike is known to return an average of around 30-35 kmpl. The engine features Honda's advanced PGM-Fi fuel injection system, which optimizes the fuel combustion process, improving fuel efficiency while reducing emissions. Overall, the Honda CB300R's fuel efficiency is satisfactory for a premium naked streetfighter, and it delivers a good balance of performance and economy

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Smooth Rides
The Honda CB300R offers an engaging and enjoyable riding experience, thanks to its agile handling and responsive engine. The bike's lightweight design and nimble chassis make it easy to maneuver through traffic and around corners, while the powerful engine provides ample power and acceleration. The riding position is comfortable and upright, making it suitable for long rides as well. The bike comes with top-spec suspension and braking components, ensuring a smooth and secure ride at all times. Overall, the Honda CB300R offers a thrilling and engaging riding experience that's hard to beat.

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Honda CB300R Questions & Answers

Yes you can book the test drive for Honda CB300R. You just have to fill the form on our website Carbike360.com. Then choose the nearby showroom for the test ride.

The on-road price of the Honda CB300R in Delhi starts at Rs.2.40 Lakh.

It comes in 1 variants - and Honda CB300R STD

Yes, numerous banks and financial institutions provide financing options for Honda bikes.

The top speed of the Honda CB300R depends on the model. Some of the sports bikes from Honda have a top speed of over 160 kmph.

The mileage of Honda CB300R varies depending on the riding conditions and usage. Honda claims a mileage of around 30 kmpl for the bike.

Honda CB300R is available in 2 colour options - MATTE STEEL BLACK and MATTE STEEL BLACK.

Depending on the region and variant, the cost of Honda CB300R fluctuates. The bike costs around 2.40 Lakh in India (ex-showroom).