In pics: Honda CB300R launched in India

Honda launched the all-new CB300R in India on Frid... more

The CB300R sports a ‘neo sports café’ styling which can also be spotted on the 2019 CB1000R+. Much like its bigger sibling, the CB300R pairs retro elements like a round LED headlamp with modern, aggressive lines.
1/5The CB300R sports a ‘neo sports café’ styling which can also be spotted on the 2019 CB1000R+. Much like its bigger sibling, the CB300R pairs retro elements like a round LED headlamp with modern, aggressive lines.
Powering the 2019 CB300R is a 286cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, four-valve, DOHC motor mated to a 6-speed transmission. The motor makes 31.4 HP and 27.5Nm of torque. 
2/5Powering the 2019 CB300R is a 286cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, four-valve, DOHC motor mated to a 6-speed transmission. The motor makes 31.4 HP and 27.5Nm of torque. 
The CB300R has a 41mm USD fork and a preload-adjustable monoshock suspension. The front braking is taken care of by a 296mm disc and a four-pot calliper while at the back there’s a 220mm disc with a single-pot calliper. The bike uses a dual-channel system that uses an IMU for a better front to rear distribution of ABS.
3/5The CB300R has a 41mm USD fork and a preload-adjustable monoshock suspension. The front braking is taken care of by a 296mm disc and a four-pot calliper while at the back there’s a 220mm disc with a single-pot calliper. The bike uses a dual-channel system that uses an IMU for a better front to rear distribution of ABS.
The Honda CB300R comes with an all-digital instrument cluster.
4/5The Honda CB300R comes with an all-digital instrument cluster.
Honda claims the CB300R incorporates the thinnest tail light mounted on a Honda motorcyle.
5/5Honda claims the CB300R incorporates the thinnest tail light mounted on a Honda motorcyle.
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