2020 Honda® CBR300R ABSLIGHT, NARROW, NIMBLE, FUN.
Honda’s CBR300R has impeccable sportbike credentials: It’s light, narrow, and offers Grand Prix styling. But it’s also a perfect bike for zipping around town. Its single-cylinder engine offers terrific fuel economy and a wide, friendly torque delivery. The suspension and chassis offer responsive handling. Around town it’s a nimble gem. On a winding back road it’s a blast. The low cost and light weight make it a perfect first bike. And there’s even a version available with Honda’s optional anti-lock brakes.
Features may include:PERFORMANCE
A single is the perfect choice for a bike like the CBR300R. Its light, simple, fuel efficient and features a broad powerband with plenty of low-revving torque—just what you want in your first motorcycle, but geared for comfortable cruising at highway speeds.
Fuel injection means the CBR300R starts right up, even in cold weather. Compared to a carbureted bike, it also helps reduce emissions and enhance performance and fuel efficiency.COMFORT
- NARROW SEAT & LOW SEAT HEIGHT
A low 30.7-inch seat height does more than help make sure the CBR300R fits a wide range of riders. It makes it easier to put your feet down at stoplights and in parking lots—a big confidence builder.ENGINEERING
- ANALOG/DIGITAL INSTRUMENTATION
The CBR300R’s digital gauges with analog tachometer provide vital riding information in a styled, hi-tech instrumentation package featuring digital speedometer, fuel gauge, coolant temp, tripmeter/odometer and clock.
Because it features a counterbalancer, the CBR300R engine is a smooth runner. You get the narrow overall width and power advantages of a single along with the smoothness of a multi-cylinder bike.STYLE
The CBR300R features full-cowl Supersport styling and dual headlights, increasing aero efficiency and carrying the styling cues from our CBR-RR series.CONVENIENCE
A separate passenger seat, integrated grab rail and standard passenger footpegs mean you can take a friend along when you go riding—another example of the CBR300Rs versatility.
Removing the rear passenger seat provides a lockable area to throw a wallet, gloves or a spare set of sunglasses.