If you’re looking for a light, elegant, and eye-catching motorcycle, than the upcoming 2022 Honda CB300R ABS is worth considering. Honda recently revealed that the new bike would arrive later this year as a 2022 model. The new bike should offer plenty of power and more precise handling compared to the outgoing model.
Generally, thanks to its Neo-Sports Café design, the CB300R ABS is one of the most elegant bikes in its category. Interestingly, it even comes with advanced anti-lock brakes helping in unexpected situations. On top of that, the upcoming motorcycle is affordable, starting at just $4,950.
2022 Honda CBR300R Design
Like much bigger bikes, the new 2022 Honda CBR300R ABS model uses the same Neo-Sports Café design. Basically, this small street race bike borrows plenty of cues from its bigger brother CB1000R. It features classic styling with plenty of modern touches. Basically, Honda did a great job adding an all-LED lighting package. This bike sports a timeless round headlight and thinnest LED taillight ever mounted on a Honda motorcycle.
Besides attractive styling, the new Honda CBR300R is over 30 pounds lighter than the previous CB300F model. For 2022, Honda used a 317-pound curb weight, keeping the same dimensions. Perhaps the most exciting news is a full-function LCD display that adds a premium feel to this bike. In addition, it’s around 60-percent thinner than the outgoing one, giving readouts for engine rpm, speed, and fuel level.
2022 Honda CBR300R Engine Specs
The new 2022 Honda CB300R ABS bike deploys a compact 286cc DOHC four-valve, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine. This engine provides plenty of power both around town and out on the highway. On top of that, it also works extraordinarily well in all road-riding conditions.
The manufacturer this year used a more advanced Anti-Lock Braking System that is also standard on the CB300R. Generally, the new Anti-Lock Braking System is a big help in making controlled stops in less-than-ideal conditions.
Release Date and Price
The new 2022 Honda CBR300R ABS, according to Honda, will arrive later this year. For 2022, the manufacturer refreshed its styling, making it more elegant.
As we mentioned, this model uses a Neo-Sports Café design styling cues that we saw recently on the CB1000R. The new bike starts at just $4,950, offering more than any other model in the class.