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Honda CB300R ABS BS6

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  • 2.41 Lakh Expected Price
  • February 2021 Expected Launch Date
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Positives
  • Easy to live with and reliable, Attractive design, Not exorbitantly priced
Negatives
  • Not the smoothest of Hondas, Poor pillion comfort
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Honda CB300R ABS BS6 Overview

Honda CB300R ABS BS6 is the mid variant in the CB300R lineup and is priced at Rs. 2.41 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This ABS BS6 variant comes with an engine putting out and of max power and max torque respectively. Honda CB300R ABS BS6 is available in 2 colours : Candy Chromosphere Red and Matte Axis Grey Metallic. To know more about the CB300R ABS BS6 images, reviews, offers & other details, download the Zigwheels App.

Specs & Features of Honda CB300R ABS BS6

Features

ABS : Dual Channel
Body Type : Sports Bikes, Cafe Racer Bikes
Body Graphics : Yes
Seat Type : Split
Starting : Self Start Only
Pass Switch : Yes
Speedometer : Digital
Trip Meter : Digital
Low Fuel Warning Lamp : Yes
Clock : Digital
Projector Headlights : LED Projector
Passenger Footrest : Yes
Cooling System : Liquid Cooled
Console : Digital
Odometer : Digital

Engine

Engine Type : Liquid Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine
Engine Displacement : 286.01 cc
Max Power : 30.45 PS @ 8000 rpm
Emission Type : bs6
Max Torque : 27.4 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Bore : 76.0 mm
Stroke : 63.047 mm
No Of Cylinders : 1
Drive Type : Chain Drive
Valve Per Cylinder : 4
Fuel Type : Petrol
Compression Ratio : 10.7:1

Transmission

Transmission Type : Manual
No Of Gears : 6 Speed
Transmission : Manual

Brakes

Brakes Front : Disc
Brakes Rear : Disc

Performance and Fuel economy

Braking (60-0 kmph) : 17.86m
Braking (100-0 kmph) : 51.07m
Braking (80-0 kmph) : 31.72m
Quarter Mile : 15.57 sec @ 132.21 kmph
Braking 60-0 km/h : 17.86m

Chassis and Suspension

Chassis : Diamond Type
Suspension-Front : USD Telescopic Fork
Suspension-Rear : Monoshock

Tyres and Wheels

Tyre Size : Front :-110/70-R17, Rear :-150/60-R17
Wheel Size : Front :-431.8 mm,Rear :-431.8 mm
Tyre Type : Tubeless
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) : Alloy
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider) : 29 psi

Dimensions

Length*Width*Height : 2028*888*1053 mm^3
Length : 2028 mm
Wheelbase : 1344 mm
Ground Clearance : 151 mm
Height : 1053 mm
Width : 888 mm
Seat Height : 800 mm
Fuel Capacity : 10 Liters
Kerb Weight : 147 Kg
Tail Light : LED
Front Brake Diameter : 296 mm
Rear Brake Diameter : 220 mm

Electricals

Turn Signal Lamp : LED

Honda CB300R Price List in India

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CB300R ABS BS6
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CB300R ABS BS6 Colours

  • Candy Chromosphere Red
  • Matte Axis Grey Metallic

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User Opinion about Honda CB300R

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  • CB300R
    5.0
    Honda CB300R

    my king CBR 300 is that real life experience only run with bike

    Sathyaronaldo
    Sathyaronaldo 7 months ago
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  • CB300R
    5.0
    Honda CB300R

    You can feel the Japanese engineering refinement everytime you open the throttle. Light weight, easy to handle. Except for a thinly padded seat and pricey accessories. I have no complaints at all. Completely worth it. It is a literal head turner.

    Sachin
    Sachin 9 months ago
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  • CB300R
    3.8
    Honda CB300R

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

    Alan
    Alan 1 year ago
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  • CB300R
    4.6
    Honda CB300R

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

    Hemendra
    Hemendra 1 year ago
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  • CB300R
    4.2
    Honda CB300R

    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

    Anwit
    Anwit 1 year ago
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  • CB300R
    3.4
    Honda CB300R

    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.

    Viswa
    Viswa 1 year ago
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  • CB300R
    5.0
    Honda CB300R

    You can feel the Japanese engineering refinement everytime you open the throttle. Light weight, easy to handle. Except for a thinly padded seat and pricey accessories. I have no complaints at all. Completely worth it. It is a literal head turner.

    Sachin
    Sachin 9 months ago
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  • CB300R
    4.6
    Honda CB300R

    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

    RISHABH
    RISHABH 1 year ago
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  • CB300R
    4.2
    Honda CB300R

    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

    Anwit
    Anwit 1 year ago
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  • CB300R
    4.6
    Honda CB300R

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

    Hemendra
    Hemendra 1 year ago
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