Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd unveiled the BS6-compliant CB300R last week at India Bike Week 2021. The Japanese Motorcycle Manufacturer confirmed that Japan crafted Neo-Sports Café inspired– Honda CB300R will be available for sale in the Indian market will be Made-in-India and priced below Rs. 2.50 lakh (ex-showroom)
For those who are unaware, the Neo-Sports Café Concept is an exploration of the next-generation naked sports bike. With its pursuit of the fundamental joy and beauty of appearance and riding pleasure, this concept appeals to the mature rider.
The Honda CB300R was first introduced in India in February 2019 with an ex-showroom price of Rs 2.41 lakh. Due to the CKD route, limited numbers of bikes were brought to the Indian shores, but it performed extremely well for the bikemaker in terms of sales. But the company discontinued it in early 2020 due to non-compliance with the BS6 emission norms and Now, The Honda CB300R is finally back in India as a BS6 model.
It will be powered by a 286cc,4V,liquid-cooled,20º single-cylinder engine with 6 Speed Manual Transmission. The following are the other known specifications:
|286cc liquid-cooled 20° single-cylinder four-stroke
|Bore And Stroke
|76mm x 63mm
|Fuel injection with 38mm throttle body
|DOHC; four valves per cylinder
|41mm telescopic fork; 4.65 inches of travel
|Pro-Link single shock; 5.2 inches of travel
|Single 296mm disc; ABS
|Single 220mm disc; ABS
The BS4 version of the Honda CB300R had a 286cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that produced 31 hp and 27.5 Nm of peak torque. However, the exact power output and torque numbers of the BS6 version will likely be revealed when the Honda CB300R is launched in 2022.
The CB300R is expected to be available in two colours: Matte Axis Gray Metallic and Candy Chromosphere Red. Bookings can be made at select Honda 2Wheeler dealerships across India for a fee of Rs. 5000. Customers can also visit www.Honda2WheelersIndia.com for more information.