According to the manufacturer, the Honda CB300F is built on a brand-new engine and chassis architecture that is exclusive to our market. Given that Honda currently offers the CB300R in India, the name and street naked style may be rather puzzling, but this engine has nothing to do with that motorcycle. It has a displacement of 293.5cc, which is really 7cc more than the CB300R, but it has an easier oil-cooled engine. Both engines feature a 4-valve head, however the new bike has a single overhead camshaft instead of the CB300R’s two overhead cams. As a result, the new bike generates significantly less horsepower (24.5hp vs. 31.1hp) and torque (25.6Nm vs. 27.5Nm).
This motorcycle features a 6-speed transmission, just like the CB300R. The new Honda CB300F generates both its power and torque statistics lower in the rev range, and the rev limiter is set relatively low at about 8,500 rpm. This is the significant difference. This ought to lead to a new, more mid-range-focused power delivery.
A completely digital instrument cluster, dual-channel ABS, smartphone connection, Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), and alloy wheels are among the features available on the Honda CB300F. An upside-down fork in the front and a 5-step adjustable monoshock in the back are responsible for the suspension. A 276mm front disc, a 220mm rear disc, and a 150mm wide rear tyre are included with the CB300F.
Honda offers the CB300F in three colours: Sports Red, Mat Marvel Blue Metallic, and Mat Axis Grey Metallic. A 293cc, 4-valve, oil-cooled, SOHC engine with 24.1 horsepower and 25.6 Nm of torque powers the Honda CB300F. It is connected to a six-speed transmission with a slip-and-assist clutch.
Honda just introduced the CB300F in India, with starting costs of Rs. 2.26 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Deluxe and Deluxe Pro editions of the CB300F are both priced at Rs. 2.26 lakh (Rs 2.29 lakh). It is Honda’s new middleweight streetfighter competitor and will be sold through the Honda Big Wing dealership network..