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Honda CB300R Spare Parts

Honda CB300R

Honda CB300R

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Rs. 2.77 Lakh
Ex-showroom Price, Delhi
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Honda CB300R Spare Parts Price List

Honda CB300R Parts Authorised Dealer Price Extra GST 28% Total Price
Headlight 7898 2211 10109
Handle Bar 3168 887 4055
Crank Bearing Kit 13431 3760 17191
Gear Oil 288 80 368
Oil Filter 711 199 910
Coolant 385 107 492
Clutch Oil 698 195 893
Engine Oil 924 258 1182
Air Filter 482 134 616
*These are estimated price and may vary based on location. Price mention above is in Rs
*SGST (State GST) + CGST (Central GST) = GST

Honda CB300R User Reviews

4.2/5
Based on 42 rating & 17 reviews
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  • Bike modal

    Honda cb300r bs6 modal and design is best all bike modal this bike look cool and so sexy.All people like this design😘.

  • Vibrant free

    I own this bike for 2 weeks now performancewise its really smooth and vibrant free.You can easily ride on the city and highway but the tank is a little small.It sounds like a bs3 duke while idling.

  • Engine power

    The pure technical excellence. The new Honda CB 300R is a marvellous piece of technology. It gets full points in comfort, engine power, pick up (0-60 km/hour in 4.5 seconds, 0-100km/hour (8 seconds max). The grip is really good. The control and handling are impeccable, and I would give it brownie points for the sitting height. It is suitable even for short heigh people. It is a very good bike.

  • 1.8
    300cc bike

    Cost to worth ratio, Is worst.Any 300cc bike is onroad price is 2.4lk, This one 3.25lk.Ckd is joke.I better go for yezdi scrambler.

  • 5.0
    Pillion seat

    Refinement, Reliable, Build quality and comfort, All these things are very good in this bike.Since the pillion seat is narrow not advisable for ride with pillion.Most important point from my view is this bike is definitely overpriced 2.77lakhs exshowroom is too much onroad price will come around 3.11 lakhs.Hence it's not value for money product.The choice is upto you guys.

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Recently Asked User Questions and Answers

Q. I'm now presently stuck on BMW G310R and Honda CB300R. I like the naked bikes and style and I want to know which one of these are smooth with gear shift, less sound, and which is more suitable for both city use and touring too?
  • Currently, the Honda CB300R is not available for sale in the market and is yet to get a BS6 update. On the other hand, BMW has managed to iron out the majority of the issues that stopped us from wholeheartedly recommending the Bavarian naked. It is a delight to ride in the twisties with enough power on tap to thrill you. It is also more affordable now, which bodes well for its positioning in the market. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Q. I am very confused between Honda CB300r and TVS Apache RR 310. I want a refined engine with good ride ability in city. I am also concerned with vibration issues on Apache RR 310, is it completely gone or still there?
  • I own a cb300r. Realistically speaking, you can cruise comfortable at 100-120kmph and get a mileage of 32. What more can you ask from a bike? I'm loving the refinement and the effort Honda has gone through to give the rider such a responsive bike. You can buy this with your eyes closed
  • 90% gone, but you cant compare RR310 with HONDA, i think you got what i mean
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