In line with the 1000cc version, Honda is now offering the CB300R touting the same minimalist approach.
The Honda CB300R weighs in at only 143kg to carry on Honda’s Sport Naked philosophy.
Constructed from a lightweight tubular and pressed steel frame
The engine is a liquid-cooled single cylinder designed with fewer moving parts, again prolonging the minimalist concept.
Honda says the new model is equally ideal for newer riders who are looking to develop their riding skills as well as experienced riders wanting something stylish and agile.
Good handling and suspension is provided by the 41mm USD forks, single rear shock with five-step spring loaded adjustment and steel plate swingarm.
Floating discs can be found in both front and rear connected to a dual-channel ABS.
Some features include a tapered rubber-mounted aluminium handlebar, LCD instrument display and full LED lighting, usually found in other larger motorcycles.
The Honda CB300R is available in showrooms and retails for $5,999.