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Honda CBR300R Review 2022

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Honda is a Japanese multinational corporation that designs and develops power packed automobiles since 1948. Its headquarters are located in Tokyo, Japan. The company has unveiled the CBR300R, a sports motorcycle at the 12th China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition in 2013. It is expected to be available in the market by mid 2015. This amazing bike will compete with the likes of KTM RC 390 and Kawasaki Ninja 300.

The CBR300R is a handsome bike as far as looks are concerned. The twin, sharp, stylish, dual headlights and a new exhaust imparts full sport fairing and throaty sound. The new pillion seat and side covers offer a sporty riding position and functional utility. A honey comb cut tail light enhances the aesthetics and performance of bike. The H-shaped, 5 spoke aluminum cast alloy wheels gives it an attractive look. The black colored rear view mirrors, integrated front cowl, sliced fuel tank and short rear fender offers an aerodynamic style.

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Highlights of Honda CBR300R 2022

The Honda CBR300R is a bigger-displacement version of the CBR250R. When Kawasaki debuted the Ninja 300 as a response to the CBR250R, everyone and their uncle upped their displacement game. Along came Yamaha with 320cc and two cylinders, KTM with 373cc and one cylinder, and, recently, Kawasaki, with 400cc and two cylinders. The CBR300R takes what the CBR250R offers and turns it up a notch. 286cc from a single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor generates 30bhp and 27Nm, a healthy increase from the CBR250R’s figures. Yes, it is fuel injected and yes, it has a six-speed gearbox, just like the 250. Braking is taken care of by discs at both ends, and globally ABS and CBS is standard.

Where it differs are in the looks. The 300 opts for a twin-headlamp setup like the bigger Honda machines. It most closely follows the CBR1000RR Fireblade’s twin-headlamp-inspired-by-Spiderman styling. The rest of the styling is typically Honda conservative, but attractive as well. The CBR300R, when it comes to the Indian market, will replace the CBR250R and compete with the KTM RC390, Yamaha YZF-R3, Kawasaki Ninja 300 and Benelli 302R. However, we do not expect it to make its way here anytime in the near future.

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• Brand Name — Honda
• Model — CBR300R
• Body Type — Sports Bikes
• Engine Capacity — 286 cc
• Engine Type — Liquid-Cooled, Single-Cylinder, 4-Stroke, DOHC
• Color — Grand Prix Red, Matte Gray Metallic
• Emission Standard — BS-VI
• Fuel Type — Petrol
• Transmission — 6 Speed Manual
• Top Speed — 157 km/h
• Maximum Power — 30.4 HP @ 8500 rpm
• Maximum Torque — 27.1 Nm @ 7250 rpm
• 0 To 60 Kmph — 7 Seconds
• Number of Cylinders — 1
• Number of Gears — 6
• Seat Height — 785 mm
• Ground Clearance — 145 mm
• Kerb Weight — 164 kg
• Breaking System — ABS
• Starting — Self Start Only
• Fuel Tank Capacity — 13 litres
• Mileage — 25-30 kmpl (Approx.)
• Wheels Type — Alloys
• Tyres — Tubeless
• Frame (Chassis) — Diamond Steel
• Battery Capacity — 12 Volts
• Price — ₹ 1.95 – 2.25 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi)
• Warranty — 3 Years/Unlimited

Honda CBR300R Review 2022 – My Attitude My Bike

Honda CBR300R Review 2022

The Honda CBR 300R fully faired sports bike will certainly draw a lot of attention from the young age buyers. Honda CBR 300R come with twin headlamps adding style to the front, a fully digital instrument cluster, a large and sculpted looking fuel tank, pillion rider seat comes with a stepped up and split appearance and there is a narrow tail section with split grab rails and a LED taillight. The bike looks a very attractive one with its overall appearance. Honda CBR 300R features loads of technologies to ensure that the rider experiences the superior performance of this machine on two wheels.

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Honda CBR 300R is powered by a 286 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC engine that produces 30.4 Bhp of peak power at 8500 rpm and 27.1 Nm of peak torque at 7250 rpm. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission. Suspension duty is done by 37 mm telescopic front forks and pro-link monoshock absorber at the rear. Braking duties are handled with a 296 mm of front disc brake and a 220 mm rear disc brake combined with a dual-channel ABS. Honda CBR 300R gets several technologies to ensure safety for the rider.

The CBR300R ( with C-ABS ) is claimed to tip the scales with a kerb weight of 164 kilograms, which is 3 kilograms lighter than that of the of the C-ABS equipped CBR250R. Compare it with the Green Assassin, and we are sure some jaws will fall slack. The CBR300R is a full 10 kilograms lighter than the Ninja 300, which weighs 174 kilograms with all consumables loaded. Hence, it is difficult to reach a conclusion now and we will refrain from commenting on who will blast off from those traffic stops faster.

Honda CBR300R Review 2022 : Specification

Honda CBR 300R is a fully-faired sports motorcycle, which looks aggressive with its dual-headlights. The sporty color combination of red and blue over white along with the Honda CBR written over the fuel tank is more than enough to grab someone’s attention. The stepped seat with curvy fuel tank incorporated with stylish front cowl making it more affordable than a quarter-liter sports motorcycles.

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• Model — CBR300R
• Engine Type — 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
• Valve Train — DOHC; four valves per cyclinder
• 0 To 60 Kmph — 7 Seconds
• Bore x Stroke — 76.0 mm x 63.0 mm
• Compression Ratio — 10.7:1
• Induction — PGM-FI; 38 mm throttle body
• Ignition — Computer-controlled digital transistorized w/ electronic advance
• Starter — Electric
• Transmission — Six-speed
• Clutch — Multiplate wet
• Final Drive — #520 chain
• Rake (Caster Angle) — 25º 30′
• Trail — 98 mm (3.9 in.)
• Seat Height — 30.7 mm
• Ground Clearance — 5.7 in.
• Wheelbase — 54.3 in.
• Fuel Capacity — 3.4 gal.
• Color — Grand Prix Red, Matte Gray Metallic
• Curb Weight* — 357 lbs.
• Suspension — Front – 37 mm telescopic fork; 4.65 in. travel, Rear – Pro-Link® single shock; 4.07 in. travel
• Breaks — Front – Single hydraulic caliper w/ 296 mm disc, Rear – Single hydraulic caliper w/ 220 mm disc
• Tyres Size — Front – 110/70-17, Rear – 140/70-17
• Warranty — 3 years/Unlimited

Honda CBR300R Features Review 2022

The new CBR300R will be powered by a 286 cc, single-cylinder engine. The engine will be capable of generating a peak power of 30.4 bhp @ 8500 rpm. Maximum torque capable of being put out will be about 27 Nm @ 7250 rpm. It has a bore of 76 mm, and a stroke of 63 mm. Since the CBR250R had a powerplant with a 76 mm stroke and a 55 mm bore, we have now come to a fair conclusion that the new engine is based on it. DOHC design is incorporated in the cylinder head, and Honda’s near-legendary PGM-FI is present to control the swish of precious fuel.

In comparison, the CBR250R puts out a peak power of 26 bhp @ 8500 rpm, and a peak twist-force of 22.9 Nm @ 7000 rpm. The 286 cc single-pot of the CBR300R still falls short of the Ninja 300’s 296 cc, parallel-twin. The Ninja 300 is capable of belting out 39 bhp of peak power and 27.1 Nm of maximum torque.

Honda CBR300R Features Review 2022 : Engine & Gearbox

• Engine Details — Liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC single cylinder
• Fuel System — Fuel Injection
• Cooling — Liquid Cooling
• Engine cc (Displacement) — 286 cc
• Maximum Power — 30.4 HP @ 8500 rpm
• Maximum Torque — 27.1 Nm @ 7250 rpm
• Fuel System — Fuel Injection
• Top Speed — 157 km/h
• 0 To 60 Kmph — 7 Seconds
• Number of Cylinders — 1
• Emission Norms — BS6-Compliant
• Compression Ratio — 10.7:1
• Bore — 76 mm
• Stroke — 63 mm
• Valve System — 4 Valves per cylinder
• Spark Plug Model Type — SIMR8A9
• Rev Limit — 10600
• Ignition Timing — BTDC 10°±1°
• Throttle Bore — 38 mm
• Idling Speed — 1400rpm
• Engine Weight — 35.4 kg
• Number of Gears — 6
• Clutch — Wet, Multiplate Disc
• Gear Ratios — 1 – 3.416 2 – 2.250 3 – 1.650 4 – 1.350 5 – 1.166 6 – 1.038
• Primary Reduction Ratio — 2.807
• Final Drive — Chain
• ACG Output — 337W / 5000rpm
• Caster — 25, 05°
• Trail — 98mm

Physical measures and capacities of Honda CBR300R

• Dry Weight — 151kg
• Kerb Weight — 164 kg
• Length — 2030 mm
• Width — 710 mm
• Height — 1127 mm
• Ground Clearance — 145 mm
• Seat Height — 785 mm
• Wheelbase — 1380 mm
• Fuel Tank Capacity — 15 ltrs
• Engine Oil Capacity — 1.8 litres
• Carrying Capacity — 150 kg
• Front/Rear Weight Distribution —48.6/51.4

Chassis & Suspension Features of Honda CBR300R

• Front Suspension — 37mm conventional fork
• Rear Suspension — Mono-shock, Pro-link
• Frame (Chassis) — Diamond Steel
• Exhaust/Muffler — Single
• Front Wheel Travel — 130mm
• Rear Wheel Travel — 107mm

Wheels, Tyres & Break Features of Honda CBR300R

• Front Brake — 296mm Hydraulic Disc
• Rear Brake — 220mm Hydraulic Disc
• ABS
• Swing Arm Length — 573.6 mm
• Front Tyre — 110/70-17
• Rear Tyre — 140/70-17
• Front Wheel — 17M/C×MT2.75, Cast aluminium
• Rear Wheel — 17M/C×MT4.00, Cast aluminium
• Wheel Type — Alloys
• Tyres — Tubeless

Comfort Features of Honda CBR300R

• Electric Start
• Pillion Footrest
• Step-up Seat/Split Seat

Electrical Features of Honda CBR300R

• Battery — Maintenance Free
• Electric System — 12V
• Headlight Type — 12V; 55W x 2 (high) / 55W x 1 (low)
• Tail LightTail — 12V 5W / Stop Light ;12V 21W
• Speedometer — Digital
• Tachometer — Yes
• Tachometer Type — Analogue
• Low Fuel Indicator — Yes
• Low Oil Indicator — Yes
• Low Battery Indicator — Yes
• Antilock Braking System —Yes
• Clock — Yes
• Tripmeter — Yes
• Odometer — Digital
• Fuel Gauge — Digital

Honda CBR300R Review 2022 : Impressive Looks

Honda shows us that big isn’t always better with its CBR300R. As the small-displacement sportbike bracket fills in from every quarter, the CBR300R with its 286 cc engine has the aggressive look and feel of the bigger bikes – like a Fireblade you left in the dryer too long — but in a commuter-friendly version that could be a stepping stone on your way up the displacement ladder.

Since 2011, the CBR250R has served both as Honda’s small-displacement street-riding and racing trainer, and the model is actually used in amateur, closed-circuit races as a prelude to entering the larger brackets. Based on that success, Honda designed this, the next generation of little sportbikes. I am, of course, referring to the new-from-2015 CBR300R that comes with the then-new, 286 cc engine based on the previous 249 cc version.

The CBR300R follows a rather race-tastic, streetbike form that will help new riders gain a feel for that type of bike. A jockey-style rider triangle puts the rider in the typical, forward-leaning riding posture, while the handlebar position allows for a more upright stance designed to help riders transition to more extreme arrangements. To further aid in newbies’ comfort, the seat and side panels were intentionally narrowed to provide a straight shot from hip to ground because, let’s face it, nobody likes wrestling a bike on tip toes, not even veteran riders.

Beyond that, rather full body panels hide most of the inner machinations from view, and flow up to a small wind deflector so the rider can tuck in superbike style once they’re comfortable with the rest of the machine. A small P-pad with an under-seat storage compartment on the subframe allows you to share the experience and can serve as a sort of cargo deck for your bungee net so you can use it as a commuter as well, a function further improved with the addition of an accessory tank bag.

Honda CBR300R Review 2022 : Performance

The 2022 CB300R’s compact 286cc DOHC 4-valve liquid-cooled single cylinder engine – shared with the CBR300R & CB300F – is a diminutive jewel that has won many fans for its free-revving and responsive nature. And while that free-spinning character can get the adrenaline pumping as revs rise, it’s also an engine that works well in ‘real-world’ road riding conditions, both around town and out on the highway.

Peak power of 30.7 HP arrives @ 8,500 RPM, with peak torque of 20.2 lb/ft delivered @ 7,500 RPM. The 6-speed gearbox offers an even spread of gears for strong acceleration – the CB300R will cover 0-656 ft in just 9.2 seconds

Bore and stroke is set at 76 x 63mm, with compression ratio of 10.7:1. PGM-FI fuel injection – with 38mm throttle bore and straight-shot intake path – delivers crisp throttle response across the rev range. The exhaust is underslung and exits on the right side through a dual-chamber muffler.

Countering extra vibration from the longer stroke, the balancer shaft is heavier and the engine’s frame mounts are stronger than previous models that used this engine.

To reduce maintenance costs – an important factor for younger riders – the engine is also designed with the minimum number of moving parts. Details like the low-friction piston rings, high-density core radiator and iridium spark plug help increase fuel efficiency.

The CB300R’s single-cylinder engine offers many benefits. Because the number of moving parts is kept to an absolute minimum, the engine is more fuel efficient, and small details like the low-friction piston rings and iridium spark plug help reduce running costs.

The mechanical simplicity of the engine reduces servicing costs (oil changes every 8,000 miles is hard to beat!) – another essential element in creating a problem-free ownership experience. Its compact size also helps create a bike that is lighter and more manageable than a multi-cylinder, and allows it be positioned perfectly within the chassis for an ideal front / rear weight distribution.

Honda CBR300R Review 2022 : Ride & Comfort

Honda CBR300R is an upgraded version of Honda CBR250R, this bike gives better comfortable riding in city traffic and sharp corners and does not lose control and stability at higher speeds. It is one of the best Honda bikes for rough and tough riding.

Honda’s CBR300R takes the lessons learned through decades of CBR refinement and applies them to a single-cylinder machine capable of conquering tight city streets or twisting back roads. A supersport machine aims to be lightweight, narrow and nimble; the CBR300R checks each of those boxes, enhancing the ownership experience through low operating costs and impressive fuel efficiency. Factor in the bike’s sleek styling, low seat height and available ABS, and the result is a machine suited for new riders, but with the pedigree of supersport legends.

The CBR300R’s single-cylinder power plant is engineered with the rider in mind. Lightweight, simple and fuel efficient, the engine features a broad powerband and confidence-inspiring fueling for easy rides in town and out on the road.

If you’ve got a soft spot for sportbike design and Grand Prix stylings, then the 2021 Honda CBR300R is your sweet spot between form and function. It’s narrow, light, and a total blast to ride around town and on twisty back roads. The single-cylinder engine offers great fuel economy, with smooth and friendly torque delivery. And the affordable cost and responsive handling makes it a terrific bike for first-time riders, and for those looking to grow their garage. There’s even a version available with our anti-lock braking system. Plus, this year the CBR300R brings hot new graphics in two color choices. Time to get riding!

Honda CBR300R Review 2022 : Engine & Powertrain

The CBR300R will accelerate from 0-70 mph highway speed in 8.82 seconds and through the quarter mile in 15.14 @ 85 mph which is decent.

The CBR300R’s top speed is very dependent on your size and how favourable or non-favourable the wind is as is true with all smaller capacity motorcycles under 50 hp.

Either way in neutral conditions you can expect to see 97.85 mph which is a little short of the magic ‘ton’ though on a good day you might just be able to hit a real 100 mph and certainly possible on and decline or with that tailwind.

Talking of highway, if you live in a country where cars sit above the posted speed limit and you do too, it does not leave much in the way of acceleration to overtake. From 70 mph to 80 odd mph there is enough to get past slow-moving traffic which you will need to kick it down to 5th for best effect.

On many Euro highways where traffic can often sit at 80+ mph the CBR300R is left a little wanting and lethargic as you are only left with top gear and a rapidly falling power curve to overtake.

Our Opinion

The CBR300R is a handsome bike as far as looks are concerned. The twin, sharp, stylish, dual headlights and a new exhaust imparts full sport fairing and throaty sound. The new pillion seat and side covers offer a sporty riding position and functional utility. A honey comb cut tail light enhances the aesthetics and performance of bike. The H-shaped, 5 spoke aluminum cast alloy wheels gives it an attractive look. The black colored rear view mirrors, integrated front cowl, sliced fuel tank and short rear fender offers an aerodynamic style.

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