Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) on Monday, 8th August, expanded its product portfolio in the Mid-Size segment with the all-new CB300F streetfighter with a starting price of INR 2.25 lakhs.
The company has already opened the bookings for its ‘international big-bike.’ The customers can book the premium product at their nearest Honda BigWing showrooms. The order can also be placed via online modes. According to HMSI, the CB300F streetfighter is available in two variants- DLX, starting at a price of INR 2,25,900 and DLX Pro, starting at a price of INR 2,28,900.
The newly launched vehicle will be available in three color options: Mat Axis Grey Metallic, Mat Marvel Blue Metallic and Sports Red. The newly launched CB300F comes with a 93cc oil-cooled 4-valve SOHC engine. It’s embedded with as many as 10 patented applicated for powerful performance, a company release said.
Commenting on the launch, Atsushi Ogata, Managing Director, President & CEO, HMSI said, “With an aspiration for a dynamic lifestyle, riding community is getting performance oriented and look forward to a big bike experience. Today, as we turn a new chapter in Honda’s fun-motorcycle line-up, I am glad to present the all-new CB300F — the advanced formidable streetfighter! “
The two-wheeler landscape in India is undergoing a big shift as we move up in the motorcycle category. Riders, in the mid-size segment and above, in particular, are looking for a fine balance between performance, versatility & modernism, added Ogata.
Other features of the streetfighter include: Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC) that maintains rear wheel traction; Honda Smartphone Voice Control System ( HSVCS) for uninterrupted connectivity; Full Digital Meter for advanced image & precise information; Dual channel ABS for safe & confident riding; Assist & Slipper Clutch ensures less fatigue and more comfort.
The CB300F’s full LED headlamp & Winkers enhances visibility and advanced Streetfighter design. Furthermore, the wide radial rear tyre will offer superior road grip to take on challenging landscapes.