Honda launched the Honda CB300R back in Feb 2019. It came with a price tag of Rs 2,41,000 (ex-showroom). Now Honda is bringing four accessory kits to customize the motorcycle to the user’s needs. The CB300R has a neo sports cafe design and comes to India in the CKD route. This is the reason for the relatively higher price.
The four accessory kits are – Standard, Sport, Protection, and Premium. The basic Standard Kit gets just a radiator cover and a Kitako under guard. The Sport kit gets a G Craft headlight cover and Kitako short rear fender in addition to the Standard Kit. The Protection Kit gets a longer list. It includes a crankcase cover, kit fuel lid, radiator cover, G Craft headlight mask, Kitako under guard.
However, the most extensive list in the Premium Kit. It includes – oil brake cap, oil filler cap, oil brake cap RR, air valve cap, H2C washer set, frame bolt LR, handlebar clamps, and handle grip weights.
The Honda CB300R runs on a 286cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, single cylinder engine. This motor churns out 30.9 bhp power at 8,500 rpm and 27 Nm torque at 7,500 rpm. It is paired with a 6-speed transmission system. It gets a 10-liter fuel tank and a rated fuel economy of 30kmpl.
On the feature front, the new CB300R sports an all-new LCD instrument cluster. It also gets tapered handlebars with 40 degrees turning angle for a quick response. ABS is standard but it also features Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) to evenly distribute ABS to the front and rear brakes. It also gets 41mm USD forks up front and mono-shock at the rear with preload adjustments.
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