HMSI launches OBD2A compliant 2023 CB300R at Rs 2.40 lakh

Drawing design inspiration from the iconic retro-themed CB1000R litre-class roadster, 2023 CB300R is Honda’s ultra-modern minimalistic take on the timeless roadster design. 

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HMSI launches OBD2A compliant 2023 CB300R at Rs 2.40 lakh

Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) today launched the OBD2A compliant 2023 CB300R. It is priced at Rs 2,40,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi), and is available at BigWing dealerships. 

Drawing design inspiration from the iconic retro-themed CB1000R litre-class roadster, 2023 CB300R is Honda’s ultra-modern minimalistic take on the timeless roadster design. 

Tipping the scales at just 146kg, CB300R is the lightest motorcycle in its category with the promise of an agile handling.

Tsutsumu Otani, Managing Director, President and CEO, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, said, “We are proud to announce the launch of 2023 CB300R in India, now with a new OBD2A compliant engine. With a legacy spanning four continents along with fine balance of performance and versatility, the CB300R is an ultimate gateway for young riders to brand Honda’s engineering prowess, design philosophy and premium build quality.”

Yogesh Mathur, Director, Sales and Marketing, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India, said, “HMSI's wide-ranging line-up of mid-weight high- performance motorcycles continue to flourish with today's launch of CB300R for the Indian customers. We are confident it will attract new buyers and redefine their riding experience.”

Like Honda’s larger capacity motorcycles, the CB300R too has the emergency brake light feature, which flashes the indicators in quick succession when you press hard on the brakes, like in a panic-braking scenario. The bike is available in two colours – Pearl Spartan Red and Matte Massive Grey Metallic.

The Honda CB300R is entering the hotly-contested sub-400cc naked bike category and will have to square off against the likes of the KTM 390 Duke (Rs 3.11 lakh), Triumph Speed 400 (Rs 2.33 lakh), BMW G 310 R (Rs 2.90 lakh) and TVS Apache RTR 310 (Rs 2.43 lakh onwards). 

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