Honda launches 2023 CB300F at Rs 170,000

The CB300F’s 293cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder BS VI OBD-II A-compliant PGM-FI engine develops 24hp of power and 25.6 Nm of peak torque.

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Honda launches 2023 CB300F at Rs 170,000

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) today launched the OBD-II A-compliant 2023 CB300F. The company has opened bookings for the performance motorcycle, which is priced at Rs 170,000 (ex-showroom Delhi) at its BigWing dealerships.

Tsutsumu Otani, MD, president and CEO, HMSI, said, “Since its launch, the Honda CB300F has been a remarkable head-turner. With the spirit of a true streetfighter and the fine balance of performance, versatility and modernism, the CB300F has fulfilled the aspirations of next-gen riders in providing unmatched style, comfort and power. The new 2023 model is further advanced with the OBD-II A engine and other modern technologies that will further elevate riding experience with punchy performance and agility.”

The Honda CB300F’s 293cc, oil-cooled, four-stroke, single-cylinder BS VI OBD-II A-compliant PGM-FI engine, develops 24hp (18 kW) of power and 25.6 Nm of peak torque. Key product highlights include dual disc brakes (276mm front and 220mm rear) with dual-channel ABS and Honda’s Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), golden USD front forks and five-step adjustable rear mono shock suspension.

The CB300F’s fully digital instrument panel comes with five levels of customisable brightness and displays information like speedometer, odometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, twin trip meters, gear position indicator and a clock. It also gets an all-LED lighting system and Honda Smartphone Voice Control System (HSVCS).

The 2023 Honda CB300F OBD-II A is available as a Deluxe Pro variant and in three colours – Sports Red, Mat Marvel Blue Metallic and Mat Axis Grey Metallic.

HMSI sold a total of 451,200 two-wheelers in August 2023, up 6.60% (August 2022: 423,226 units), which includes 256,870 scooters (up 2.39%, August 2022: 250,857 units) and 194,330 motorcycles (up 12.74%, August 2022: 172,369 units). This gives it a market share of 46.76% in scooters and 19.81% in motorcycles.

Additional inputs by Ajit Dalvi

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