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Honda CB300F Gets Cheaper By Rs 50,000 – New Prices

Honda Two Wheelers India has unveiled an amazing year-end deal on its recently released CB300F naked streetfighter to boost sales even more. Dealerships for Honda Big Wing are offering an astounding Rs 50,000 off the Honda CB300F.

In August 2022, the brand-new Honda CB300F naked bike was introduced. The motorcycle was first offered in two variations: Deluxe and Deluxe Pro, each costing Rs. 2.26 lakh and Rs. 2.29 lakh. The new Honda CB300F is now available for Rs 1.76 lakh for the Deluxe variant and Rs 1.79 lakh for the Deluxe Pro model after a price drop of Rs 50,000.

The new Honda CB300F is now more affordable than the KTM Duke 125 and Bajaj Dominar 250, thanks to the price drop. For comparison, the Dominar 250 is listed at Rs 1.75 lakh, and the 125 Duke is priced (cost) at Rs 1.78 lakh. The most recent discount of 50,000 is only good while supplies remain.

Three colour choices are available for the new Honda CB300F: Sports Red, Mat Axi Grey Metallic, and Mat Marvel Blue Metallic. The brand-new Honda CB300F has LED taillights, turn indicators, and headlights entirely made of LEDs. A completely digital instrument panel is included. It has alloy wheels, Honda Selectable Torque Control, and smartphone connectivity.

A 293cc, 4-valve SOHC, oil-cooled engine with a maximum torque of 25.6Nm at 5,500 rpm powers the new Honda CB300F. Its power output is 24 horsepower at 7,500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission with an assist slipper clutch and Honda Selectable Torque Control, which improves stability in slick circumstances by guaranteeing the best traction. With a 177mm ground clearance, the motorbike has a kerb weight of 153 kg. It is mounted on 17-inch wheels that are covered with tyres with 110/70 front and 150/60 rear tread sections. In addition to dual-channel ABS, it has 276mm front and 220mm rear discs. Gold USD front forks and a mono-shock at the back make up the suspension system.


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