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Honda CB300R
Honda CB300R Rs. 2.42 lakh

Honda CB300R User Reviews

4.3 /5
22 Rating & 8 reviews
  • Performance
    4.5/5
  • Comfort
    4.4/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.5/5
  • + 2 more
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.1/5
  • Mileage
    4.1/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute & Tours

59% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • Viswa Kiran
    Viswa Kiran
    3.4

    Have test ridden it, with a pillion as well as a pillion.. on typical Bangalore roads.Had been waiting for this bike for an year, to be launched in India. Was inclined towards it because KTMs are now too abundant in India. Below is my opinion (Please don"t mind if it just feels like an onion ;)👍:1. Very cool and calm engine. Definitely not as harsh as a KTM.2. Excellent build quality. Everything looks premium.3. Very comfortable rider"s triangle and agile for SOLO RIDING. I"m 5"11" and felt so comfortable riding.4. "Out of the Herd" design👎:1. Very bad GROUND CLEARANCE. Scratches almost every speed breaker of Bangalore, even for a solo rider. Softer suspension has also to be blamed here.2. Pillion will have a hard time holding on for his life. Forget about women, even men will have hard time. Thanks to the tiny pillion seat. Though it looks big enough in pictures, rider will occupy more than half of the place and pillion ends up sitting in air. Grab rails provided are useless.3. Due to light weight of the machine, with a pillion rider, the front part becomes so weightless and maneuvering becomes challenging.4. Despite the price, the bike looks tiny and doesn"t have the expected road presence. Being called a premium naked Street bike doesn"t just feel right for this machine. I"ve seen people cancelling their bookings after test riding it. Everything else is at ur discretion.

    Gets Mileage of 25 kmpl
  • RISHABH MISHRA
    RISHABH MISHRA
    4.6

    I had a test drive yesterday it was way too smooth, infact i had two rides one cb300r and other with apache rr1310, as i was confused between the two, i have already booked cb300r and seriously there's no comparison between the two....cb300r was miles ahead..... The refinement and smoothness... It was lovely . Can't wait for the delivery man.... She was so sexy

  • Anwit Bhatkhande
    Anwit Bhatkhande
    4.2

    It"s a very light motorcycle which makes it easy to ride in traffic. This bike rides in corners like it was built for it. Performance on the highway is also really good.The suspension is stiff and you"ll have a hard time while riding on a bad road

    Gets Mileage of 28 kmpl
  • Hemendra Soni
    Hemendra Soni
    4.6

    new bike upgrade after my honda shine 2007 model. best bike to upgrade to a quarter littre segment

    Gets Mileage of 46 kmpl
  • Alan Chan
    Alan Chan
    3.8

    comfort car for daily use but not a 250 good rides car

    Gets Mileage of 5 kmpl
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  • Alan Chan
    Alan Chan
    3.8

    comfort car for daily use but not a 250 good rides car

    Gets Mileage of 5 kmpl
  • Hemendra Soni
    Hemendra Soni
    4.6

    new bike upgrade after my honda shine 2007 model. best bike to upgrade to a quarter littre segment

    Gets Mileage of 46 kmpl
  • Anwit Bhatkhande
    Anwit Bhatkhande
    4.2

    It"s a very light motorcycle which makes it easy to ride in traffic. This bike rides in corners like it was built for it. Performance on the highway is also really good.The suspension is stiff and you"ll have a hard time while riding on a bad road

    Gets Mileage of 28 kmpl
  • Arun Adithyan
    Arun Adithyan
    2.6

    I don't like it, I would rather pick the GT twins

  • Viswa Kiran
    Viswa Kiran
    3.4

    Have test ridden it, with a pillion as well as a pillion.. on typical Bangalore roads.Had been waiting for this bike for an year, to be launched in India. Was inclined towards it because KTMs are now too abundant in India. Below is my opinion (Please don"t mind if it just feels like an onion ;)👍:1. Very cool and calm engine. Definitely not as harsh as a KTM.2. Excellent build quality. Everything looks premium.3. Very comfortable rider"s triangle and agile for SOLO RIDING. I"m 5"11" and felt so comfortable riding.4. "Out of the Herd" design👎:1. Very bad GROUND CLEARANCE. Scratches almost every speed breaker of Bangalore, even for a solo rider. Softer suspension has also to be blamed here.2. Pillion will have a hard time holding on for his life. Forget about women, even men will have hard time. Thanks to the tiny pillion seat. Though it looks big enough in pictures, rider will occupy more than half of the place and pillion ends up sitting in air. Grab rails provided are useless.3. Due to light weight of the machine, with a pillion rider, the front part becomes so weightless and maneuvering becomes challenging.4. Despite the price, the bike looks tiny and doesn"t have the expected road presence. Being called a premium naked Street bike doesn"t just feel right for this machine. I"ve seen people cancelling their bookings after test riding it. Everything else is at ur discretion.

    Gets Mileage of 25 kmpl
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