Lightweight, nimble and affordable, the new naked Honda brings together a combination of traits sure to appeal to both beginner and experienced riders alike.
The Japanese motorcycling giant has taken the best features from a number of its models to create a level of riding experience like never before. Hatched from the frame of the CBR300R, the innovative new CB300F has shed its fairings for a sleek and versatile new look, with the performance to match.
The CB300F’s lively single cylinder engine is the same engine shared with its CBR300R sibling. Weighing in at just 161kg, the new model packs a real punch in the performance department, with the 286cc fuel-injected engine providing responsive power throughout the rev range. The stylish CBR500R- inspired exhaust system offers more than just good looks, featuring larger internal volume for increased performance and a mean, throaty exhaust note. Meanwhile the specially configured seat and side covers are designed to provide an easy reach to the ground so you can ride with confidence, whether you’re zipping around town or headed out for a weekend ride.
Thanks to the ultra-affordable price tag adding on a few Honda Genuine Accessories is easy, making the new CB300F all the more striking.
The CB300F will be available in Australia with ABS as standard fitment and in Pearl White or Millennium Red colour schemes.
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Source: Honda Media Release