Honda’s Next Big Small Bike Is Here For Rs 2.41 Lakh

Honda has managed to undercut its rivals by a considerable margin

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  • Entry-level performance motorcycle is the successor to the CBR250R in India.
  • Styling is based on the Neo Sports Cafe design theme.
  • Is powered by a 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor.
  • Deliveries for the bike begin from March.
Honda CB300R India Launch

Honda India gave us a pleasant surprise when it announced that it would be bringing the CB300R retro-naked motorcycle to India. And now, it has launched the bike at Rs 2.41 lakh (ex-showroom India). The company had promised us that the motorcycle would be priced significantly lower than the Rs 2.5 lakh mark but it is not so significant as we have found out to be. Compared to other similar capacity motorcycles, the CB300R is cheaper than the KTM 390 Duke by Rs 3000 and the BMW G 310 R by Rs 58000

Honda CB300R India Launch
Also Read: Honda CB300R vs KTM 390 Duke vs BMW G 310 R: Spec Comparison

Based on Honda’s Neo Sports Cafe design theme, the CB300R looks just like its elder sibling, the CB1000RR whose Plus variant was launched at the fag end of December. It gets a circular LED headlamp as well as LED lighting for indicators and the tail light. The small 10-litre fuel tank is chiselled. It comes in two colours, Candy Chromosphere Red and Matt Axis Grey Metallic.

Honda CB300R India Launch
Also Read: Honda CB300R: 5 Things You Need To Know

Nestled inside a steel trellis frame is a 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine which makes 30.45PS and 27.4Nm of torque. That is considerably lower in comparison to its rivals. However, Honda wants to pitch it to a more mature audience and thus, the performance numbers seem adequate for the task.

The CB300R will only be available at the 22 Honda Wing World outlets in select cities. Stick around as we try to get you the first ride report of the retro naked soon.

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  • Umesh | 8 months ago Any cvt (gear less) version is available????? 0 Reply
    Ankineedu | 8 months ago This bike must be compared to Duke 250 not 390.... Both ways it appears Dukes are winners price wise D250 is cheap न 390 just 3000 more with more power... Hyping doesn't help with minds of customers ...Read More 0 Reply
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