The design is fresh and simple to the Indian market, and for a moment you may mistake it with the bigger CB1000R. They look exactly similar from distance and Honda slightly detuned the smaller CB sold in the global market. The retro styling of Honda CB300R is enhanced due to brushed aluminium radiators, long and a sculpted fuel tank and cylindrical LED indicators. Under the skin, the CB doesn't see too many changes in the engine compartment from the CBR250. A diamond-type trellis frame sits on 17-inch alloys shod with Michelin Pilot Street rubber tyres. The motorcycle gets 41 mm USD forks upfront and an adjustable monoshock at the rear.
Published On: Jul 20, 2019