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Honda Sahara 300 ADV Revealed – Hero Xpulse Rival

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Smaller, more affordable ADV bikes are gaining popularity in the global market. Honda Sahara 300 is one of the go-anywhere adventure motorcycle models recently launched in Brazil.

Successor to the Honda XRE 300, the Sahara 300 is an ‘all-new’ product with new bodywork and an updated feature list. It comes with an updated instrument cluster, USB Type-C charger, dual-channel ABS, and preload-adjustable suspension. Meanwhile, the design of the Sahara 300 is largely similar to the Honda CB500X.

Honda Sahara 300 uses a 293 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, single overhead camshaft engine, instead of the DOHC setup like the XRE 300. The engine is compatible with the E100 and makes more power when running on ethanol. . The engine produces 25.2 horsepower using ethanol and 24.8 horsepower when running gasoline, while torque is at 27 Nm.

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For an Adventure bike, the Sahara 300 is relatively light at 149 kg (curb) but has a seat height of 859 mm. This is because the long-travel suspension offers 245mm of travel at the front and 225mm at the rear. The Sahara 300 rides on a 21/18-inch wheel combination.

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The Honda Sahara 300 is available in Brazil in three variants: Standard, Rally and Adventure. The Standard model is priced at BRL 27,090, while the Sahara 300 Rally model is priced at BRL 27,690. The top-end Adventure variant is priced at BRL 28,650.

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