Suzuki GSX-S300 (Haojue DR300) Launched In China

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Suzuki GSX-S300 (Haojue DR300) Launched In China

Much rumoured and leaked Haojue DR300 has been finally launched in China at a price of CNY 33,080. Haojue motorcycle makes Suzuki’s bikes in China, So Haojue DR300 is basically the same as what Suzuki GSX-S300 will be. Converting the price the bike is priced at Rs 3.53 Lakh.

Suzuki GSX-S300 (Haojue DR300) Launched In China

The bike looks like a smaller version of the bigger GSX-S750. It carries the same naked design philosophy, the side panels, sharp-looking 16L fuel tank and aggressive front end complete the looks. The front has a full LED setup, along with LED DRLs, even the indicators are LED, and a golden coloured USD forks. the side panels look sharp, it also gets a subtle looking belling pan, while the tail section is raised higher to give it more of a sporty look.

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Suzuki GSX-S300 (Haojue DR300) Launched In China

The bike comes decently loaded with features such as a fully digital instrument cluster unit with a blue backlight, hazard light button, USB charging and backlit switchgear. Suspension duties are carried by KYB USD fork at the front and 7-step preload-adjustable suspension at the rea It gets 290mm front disc brake and 240mm disc at the rear along with dual-channel ABS. The front tyre is 110mm while the rear is 140mm.

Suzuki GSX-S300 (Haojue DR300) Launched In China

Powering the bike a 300cc parallel-twin SOHC motor which makes 29.23PS of power at 8,500 rpm and 27.8Nm f torque at 6,500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The power figures are not very good compared to the asking price. It’s not an outright performance machine but more of a relaxed city cruiser with enough grunt.

Well, the bike looks very good and has enough features, the engine is definitely not exciting. There are very fewer chances of this bike to come in Indi as we already have the Gixxer 250 here, and this does not seem like much of an upgrade. We have better single-cylinder options here which are faster yet cheaper.

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