• 2.41 Lakh Expected Price
  • February 2021 Expected Launch Date
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Honda is planning for 100 per cent localisation for some of its premium two-wheelers in India. The first motorcycle in this list could be the CB300R, which is priced at Rs 2.41 lakh (ex-showroom India) and will become a bit more expensive once the BS6 emission norms kick in. At this price point, it undercuts the likes of the KTM 390 Duke as well as the BMW G 310 R. It is available at 22 Honda Wing World dealerships across the country.

In terms of design, the CB300R borrows many of its ‘Neo Sports Cafe’ look from its older sibling, the CB1000R, which was recently launched in India. Honda has also launched a number of new accessories to go along with the CB300R. Powering it is a 286cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder motor derived from the existing CBR300R. It is detuned for India and thus makes, it makes 30.44PS of power at 8000rpm and 27.4Nm of torque at 6500rpm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

Being a scaled-down model version of the CB1000R, the CB300R boasts of a huge array of features. This includes an all-digital LCD instrument console, full LED lights, dual-channel ABS and a hydraulic clutch.

Based on a tubular steel frame, suspension duties are handled by 41mm USD forks at the front and a monoshock unit at the rear. Braking duties are handled by a single 296mm disc with a Nissin radial calliper at the front and a 220mm single disc at the rear. Dual-channel ABS is offered as standard.

Honda CB300R Price

Honda CB300R is going to launch in India with an estimated price of Rs. 2.41 Lakh

CB300R Variants Price List

  • 286.01 cc
  • Petrol
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Editor's View of Honda CB300R

  • Upside

    Easy to live with and reliable, Attractive design, Not exorbitantly priced

  • Downside

    Not the smoothest of Hondas, Poor pillion comfort

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying CB300R

  • Honda CB150R is unlikely to be launched in India.
Q. When CB300Rr 2020 model will be available in India?
  • As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end. Stay tuned for further updates.
Q. Will Honda release CB300R BS6 version?
  • As of now, the brand has not given any update on the launch of CB300R BS6. So we would suggest you to wait for the official announcement. Stay tuned.
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Q. Is CB150R launching in India in 2019?
  • What about cbr 150 sir
  • Yes
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Q. To Honda CB300 owners, any issues till date? How is the mileage and overall ride quality of the bike after prolonged use? My booking is in the queue. Please provide your valuable inputs . Any after market slotuions available in the market for accessories - CB300R?
  • Honda claims a fuel efficiency of 30.2kmpl. Moreover, the actual mileage figure differs due to factors such as road conditions and the riding pattern. Talking about the overall ride quality, The CB300R is built around a tubular frame and gets 41mm USD forks at the front and a preload adjustable monoshock unit at the rear. Braking duties are handled by 296mm petal disc with a four-piston caliper at the front and a 220mm disc at the rear. The seating position is more upright here, suggesting that Honda has given more preference to comfort riding than outright sportiness. With a seat height of just 800mm and a low kerb weight of 143kg, it shouldn’t be intimidating for short riders.
  • Got mine Pongal 2020. 2.6k so far. Avg mileage around 26. I'm usually redlining her out as she sounds excellent after 7k rpm. City/Highway riding. Got factory sport kit and it reduces weight by another 3 kilos. Service center experience was a little disappointing but I was excited to see my bike with the kit on it, so maybe I was biased.
  • No issues, its best in its segment, i got it on 10 may and today it have been a month and 1700 km, the fuel efficiency have been great almost 33 to 35 when u ride it for 80 to 90 km/h and 24 to 27 when ride it for 120 to 140 km/h. Though accessories are expensive and hence I choose custom rear fender which i got it from local fabricator and some led indicators from Amazon as the one offered by honda was about ₹ 7200. You may connect me on 999****728 for more details and pictures.
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Q. I am planing to upgrade my motorcycle from 150cc to 300cc and as an job holder my usage come 80% in city riding in medium traffic conditions in Hyderabad and 20% will be touring. I am confused in 3 bikes, new Gixxer 250, CB 300R, Interceptor 650. Which one would be great for me and my height is about 5’6”. In lower maintenance great value for money which would be the best for me - CB300R?
  • Cb 300 r may look different you have to pay premium price for spare parts and service. bike Can be serviced only where Honda sells super bikes. interceptor 650 will be good at starting but you should be able to handle it in traffic and Summer heat.only issue is little bit less milage. service cost and spares availability everything is good with RE.GIXXER 250 once you try to test ride. you may like this bike. milage also good enough . service cost also not on higher side. doesn't feel too heavy and manoeuvrable in traffic. but price is little bit high if u look at it as a 250 cc bike.
  • I am renting out the interceptor this weekend to see how it handles in Bangalore traffic. though i don't want to ride a 650cc twins in everyday traffic so not leaning towards that. Gixxer SF250 i will take test ride this weekend because many people said that its an under rated bike. If they had given a USD Fork, Dohc, slipper clutch, liquid cooled, etc i might have liked it more. any way let's see after this weekend. I am also taking RR310 for rent, just its pillion seat is what i miss
  • Honda cb300r is very easy to manoeuvre as it's a naked bike, mileage is fine if you know the shift in gear according to the speed . And service part, if you are in the vicinity of 22 Honda Wing service stations . But I would not suggest Interceptor 650...so the engine capacity so the mileage ... In the mid-sized segments better than RE 350...
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Honda CB300R Colours

  • Candy Chromosphere Red
  • Matte Axis Grey Metallic

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