If you’re looking for a bike that provides plenty of power and precise handling, look no further, the forthcoming 2021 Honda CB300R is an ideal choice. The new model is official, and we can expect it to arrive at the beginning of the next year.
Dressed in Honda’s Neo-Sports Café design, the latest Honda CB300R looks more sporty and attractive than before. Honda released a few new images stated that this motorcycle is significantly updated over the previous one.
2021 Honda CB300R Styling
The new 2021 Honda CB300R drawn the same Neo-Sports Café aesthetic as the bigger sibling CB1000R. Construction is robust and is made in combination with high-tensile steel, pressed steel, and aluminum. Thanks to that, the frame is lighter and more robust than before. The new model is around 30 pounds lighter than the previous CB300F model from what we heard. The front still dominates with full LED lighting providing more illumination during the night. On the back, the more thinner taillight is present, giving this motorcycle a more sporty vibe. The exhaust is also new, and it consists of a dual-chamber muffler that significantly reduces air resistance.
Comfort is excellent, and CB300R features a 31.5-inch seat height, putting the rider in an athletic riding position. For the 2021 model, the manufacturer also added a new full-function LCD instrument display with great graphics. One can now easily readouts speed, engine rpm, fuel level, and shift light.
The compact 2021 Honda CB300R is an excellent bike that uses a powerful engine. This model uses a 286cc DOHC four-valve, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine providing outstanding performance. Generally, it shared the same machine with the CBR300R.
Unlike the previous model, the engine on the new model works extraordinarily well. It can deliver plenty of power both around town and out on the highway in real-world road-riding conditions.
2021 Honda CB300R Release Date and Cost
The forthcoming 2021 CB300R is the bike that wears the same Honda’s Neo-Sports Café design as the CB1000R. Besides, it provides excellent performance and headling thanks to reduced weight. Honda revealed that the price of this superbike would start at $4,950, without destination charge.