The Honda CB300R is based on the CBR300R but the style is based on the current CB1000R, which means the look of the most downloadable neo-retro café-racer.

The BS4 286cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine produced 30bhp and 27.5Nm of maximum power. But expect the BS6 variant to deliver less power.

All-LED lighting and CBS with ABS are some of the features that CB300R has. The fuel tank carries 10 liters, and the road weight is 143kg.

Brakes fitted with the radially 4-piston caliper on the front and a floating caliper on the rear.

The tire sizes are standard: front 110mm wide and 150mm wide rear.

The suspension is quite common with the forks twisted on the front and has loading adjustment only on the back.

The CB300R was usually available in black or red. It competes with the popular KTM 390 Duke, and BME G310R, and raises the price ladder, the Kawasaki Z250.

The price was Rs 2.4 lakhs ex-showroom India, despite being a CKD product. But Honda increased the price by a few thousand rupees.