Honda, the world's leading vehicle manufacturer, has increased the price of its CB300R for the first time. The price of the bike is rs 989. After the price hike, the bike is priced at Rs 2.41 lakh (ex-showroom). Honda's bike was launched in India in February. The bike got a great response in India. The bike was sold out for three months after its launch. The bike came with a CKD (Complete Knocked Down) kit in India. The Honda CB300R outsold the CBR250R to be manufactured in India. There is no change other than the hike in the price of the bike.
The Honda Cafe Racer styling-powered motorcycle is powered by a 286cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected liquid cool motor producing 30bhp and 27Nm of torque. The bike is mated to a six-speed transmission. The bike features a 376 mm front disc brake and a 300 mm rear disc brake. LED lights are available on both the front and back sides of the bike. The ground clearance of the bike is 151mm and the height of the seat is 800mm.
For your information, tell us that the Honda CB300R is a bike based on the Neo Sports Cafe Concept. It was showcased in Tokyo last year. It looks largely like the Honda CB1000R. Honda's CB-lined motorcycles have irrevocable design and modern components. The CB300R features a 286cc, single-cylinder engine that the company has delivered in the CBR300R bike. Its power output is 31.5PS/sec. 27Nm. It will feature a new tubular steel frame, steel plate swingarm, sports-up front forks, and preloaded adjustable rear mono-shocker.
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