Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India today launched CB300F. Drawing it’s DNA from ‘international big-bike’ design. Honda has a chosen a higher cubic capacity over its rival to attract customer while performance numbers are from the 250cc range. Yamaha continues to play the slow game, while the Gixxer takes it head on against its rival. The Honda CB300F is here to take on the likes the recently launched and fantastic Bajaj Pulsar 250 twins.
The company also announced that customers can now book CB300F at their nearest Honda BigWing Showrooms or visit www.hondabigwing.in for more details.
CB300F’s 293cc Oil-cooled 4-Valve SOHC engine makes only 24.5 PS and 25.6 Nm of torque while the competition delivers the same through a 250cc motor. With as many as 10 new patent applications, CB300F distinguishes itself from the crowd with path-breaking innovation in terms of both design & technology. Equipped with Honda’s Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) brings stability during slippery conditions by ensuring optimum traction which is segment first.
The all-new CB300F gets the dual channel ABS integrate safety with performance, its Assist & Slipper clutch ensures less fatigue & enhanced comfort. The golden USD front forks are on offer. Mean while its front (276mm) & rear (220mm) Disc Brakes are on offer.
A 6-speed transmission with optimum gear ratios is offered. An addition 6th gear adds additional excitement on highways. While CB300F’s Full LED headlamp & Winkers are provided. Fully-digital instrument panel ensure precise information for the rider during times when they want to keep an eye on the road while taking quick glances on riding diagnostics.
CB300F comes equipped with 150mm wide rear tyre cushioned by a 5-step adjustable Rear Mono shock suspension. Thus, maintaining superior road grip & enhanced stability during cornering situations. Further, guiding the fighter to lead the way is its tapered handlebars for crystal clear feedback of the tarmac below.
CB300F’s Masculine & Toned Tank, a forward leaning stance adds a vibe of pure aggression while a split seat, a compact muffler together with stylish V-shaped alloy wheels brings a sporty charm to CB300F’s persona.
The new CB300F will be available in three color options Mat Axis Grey Metallic, Mat Marvel Blue Metallic and Sports Red in two variants – Deluxe & Deluxe Pro. Price starts at Rs 2,25,900 for Deluxe and Rs. 2,28,900 for Deluxe Pro respectively (ex-showroom, New Delhi). Similar performing Pulsar 250 twins, on paper, are available at almost Rs 1 lakh cheaper. While you pay Rs. 1 lakh more for 50cc, USF forks and traction control in today’s time? The Gixxer is also cheaper by Rs 40,000. What will be your pick!