Honda CB300R it looks like a smaller version of the Honda CB1000R. It is a naked motorcycle and draws inspiration from the Neo Sports Café concept. The front end gets a retro-looking round headlamp with a brushed metal rim and 41 mm upside down forks and flat Aluminium handlebars which not only make it purpose built but also make it look really cool. View it in profile and you will see that the bike has sharp lines and a chiselled fuel tank. The exposed frame along with the blacked out engine and the brushed alloy radiator shrouds offer excellent road presence. The upswept exhaust gels well with the overall design of the motorcycle.
The Honda CB300R gets all LED lighting along with two bars of LED lamps on the headlamp console. Then, you have the fully digital TFT instrument console which looks really neat. In terms of cycle parts, the CB300R gets a 296 mm petal-type disc up front with 4-piston callipers and the rear wheel gets a 220 mm disc with 2-piston calliper. A dual-channel ABS will be offered as standard along with an inertial measurement unit (IMU) as well. The rear monoshock gets 7-step adjustability while the 41 mm USDs up front too have 5-step adjustability for preload. So in terms of features, yes, it is loaded.
The Honda CB300R is powered by a liquid-cooled, 286 cc, DOHC, single-cylinder engine which puts out 30.9 bhp at 8,500 rpm and peak torque of 27.5 Nm at 7,500 rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a six-speed gearbox and the motorcycle tips the scales at 143 kg. The fuel tank capacity is 10 litres, and Honda claims the range of the CB300R will be over 300 km in a tankful of fuel, which means the fuel efficiency works out to about 30 kmpl, give or take.