News 14 May 2014

Bike: 2014 Honda CBR300R

Honda's CBR300R available in two options this July.

Honda’s anticipated CBR300R will go on sale in Australia this July available in two models; Standard and ABS.

The Standard non-ABS model will be available in Black or Red for a Manufacturer’s List price of $5699 and the ABS model, in Black, Red or Tri-Colour for $5999.

Honda’s pedigree and the aggressive styling of its famed CBR1000RR sports bike has been brought to a sharply-priced package that offers a list of features which will satisfy the demands of experienced or Learner riders alike.

The Japanese motorcycling giant has taken the best features of the CBR250R and made them even better. Honda’s new CBR300R has a bigger capacity engine with improved power and torque, without sacrificing fuel economy.

As a result of the longer-stroke motor, the power has been increased to 30.4hp and 27Nm of torque, but technology such as low-friction engine internals means that the fuel range has been extended to 390km on a full tank, making the CBR300R an ideal ride for country roads as well as city streets.

The riding experience has been enhanced too with improved throttle response and power delivery, and the CBR500R-style exhaust system combines functionality with the on-track style that Honda CBR owners have enjoyed for years.

Honda’s newcomer features styling is similar to what you might otherwise expect to see only on more expensive bikes, including a full-bodied fairing, swept-back seat cowl and twin headlights.

As part of the package, the CBR300R features 37mm telescopic front forks and Pro-Link monoshock rear suspension, and two-channel ABS is offered as an option.

Both models will be in Honda showrooms in July. See your local Honda dealer, ring 1300 1 HONDA or go to for more details.