Honda CB300R deliveries start, new range of official accessories introduced

Honda CB300R

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has commenced the deliveries of Neo Sports Cafe influenced CB300R. The deliveries have begun in Chandigarh, Jaipur, Gurugram and Delhi. Honda CB300R was launched in India on February 8, 2019, at an introductory price of Rs 2.41 lakh (ex-showroom).

While the deliveries in other cities will start soon, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has introduced new accessories, including 16 independent options and four customised kits, for CB300R. The company had claimed that in just 25 days since the start of bookings in January 2019, Honda CB300R was booked for over three months based on the two-wheeler manufacturer’s current production plan.

“Indian middleweight biking enthusiasts welcomed the Neo Sports Café inspired Honda CB300R with a lot of enthusiasm. Overwhelmed by the response since its launch in February, we have revised our production plan to meet the additional demand,” Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India Senior Vice President for Sales and Marketing Yadvinder Singh Guleria said in a statement.

Following are the 16 official accessories now available with Honda CB300R.

— Crank case cover
— Radiator cover
— Kitaco under guard
— H2C washer set
— Kit fuel lid pad
— Handle grip weight
— Oil brake cap
— Oil brake cap rear
— Handlebar clamps
— Frame bolt
— G craft headlight mask
— Kitaco short rear fender
— Oil filler cap black
— Rear service stand H2C
— Air valve cap
— Bike body cover

Customers can also choose from four customised kits now available with Honda CB300R.

— Premium kit
— Protection kit
— Standard kit
— Sports kit

Honda CB300R is available for sale in India through the CKD (Completely Knocked Down) route. The middle-weight segment motorcycle is the company’s third ‘Make in India’ model under the CKD line-up. Inspired from CB 1000R, the new bike is available in two colour options — Matte Axis Gray Metallic and Candy Chromosphere Red.

HondaCB300R gets a 286cc, DOHC, four-valve, liquid cooled, single-cylinder engine with PGM-FI technology that produces 31 bhp and 27.4 Nm of torque. The engine’s interior has a two-room structure for increasing acceleration efficiency. The company is also claiming the best-in-class torque-to-weight ratio for the bike. The motor is mated to a six-speed gearbox, with a multiplate wet clutch. The motorcycle features disc brakes both up front and at the back. It gets dual-channel ABS.

The new frame on Honda CBR300R mixes pressed and tabular steel and is anchored by pressed steel swingarm pivot plates. These are complemented by 41mm USD front forts. It also gets fat bar-style handlebars.

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