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Monday, 23 November 2020

Honda CB300R will soon make a comeback with BS6 engine, no other mechanical changes will be made to the bike

Comeback: Honda CB300R will soon make a comeback with BS6 engine, no other mechanical changes will be made to the bike



The BS4 Honda CB300R bike had a starting price of Rs 2.42 lakh
This bike will compete with KTM 390 Duke and BMW G310R in the market



Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India recently launched the Hynes CB350, which helped the company enter the sub 400c modern classic segment. Since launch, the Highness C350 has become the cheapest bike sold in the country by Bigwing dealerships, up from the CB300R previously.

Notably, the CB300R was actually the best-selling premium bike in the Indian market and its popularity grew over time. However, the B6 emission norms came into force on April 1 this year and were removed from the C 300R lineup because, it was not upgraded to the new emission norms.

According to reports, the CB300R is likely to make a comeback in the Indian market soon. Honda is planning to expand its Bigwig dealership lineup range, which will help attract more buyers of premium bikes across the country. The Highness CB350 bike is said to be the best-selling bike at the Bigwig dealership. The CB300R will definitely benefit from this growing dealership network.


The BS4 Honda CB300R had a starting price of Rs 2.42 lakh. The
BS4 Honda CB300R has a starting price of Rs 2.42 lakh. However, it remains to be seen whether the price of the BS6 compliant version will increase. It should be noted that the bike was launched in the Indian market in February 2019 and was being brought to India through a completely knocked down i.e. CKD route.




The engine of the BS6 Honda CB300R will be similar to the BS4 model - the report
says that the BS4 Honda CB300R, which competes with competitive bikes like the KT390 Duke and BMW G310R, has a 286c, liquid-cooled single cylinder for valve, DOH engine with 6. The engine was powered by 27.4Nm of torque and a maximum of 31.4hp. The B6 model of the Honda CB300R is not expected to see any mechanical changes.

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