Honda CBR300R

  • Sports
  • A2 Licence from 19, up to 47bhp

For

  • Stylish and very economical
  • Front brake

Against

  • Suspension
  • Hard seat
  • Rear brake
  • Budget for better tyres

Wiki

The CBR300R launched with a larger liquid cooled 286cc 4 stroke single cylinder engine, effectively replacing the CBR250R and providing a power boost of just over 4bhp. In terms of looks it's pretty similar to the larger and more expensive CBR500R. There's even an accessory seat that lowers the seat height to 760mm.

Features include:

  • ABS
  • Fuel injection
  • 296mm disc at the front with a dual piston caliper
  • 220mm disc at the rear with a single piston caliper
  • 37mm non-adjustable fork with 120mm travel
  • Adjustable rear pro-link shock with 103mm travel
  • 5 spoke cast Aluminium wheels
  • 6 speed gearbox

The liquid cooled single cylinder 286cc engine achieves 30.5bhp at 8,500rpm and is housed in a twin spar steel frame. In terms of the dash you get the usual speed, revs, mileage, fuel as well as a clock and temperature gauge. 

Available colours: red/white/blue, black/yellow, red and black.

Let's be honest, you probably know more about this bike than we do. If we've missed something vital or got something laughably wrong please let us know.

Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2014 £2,850 £2,300 £2,000 4,100
2015 £3,150 £2,500 £2,200 3,100
2016 £3,450 £2,750 £2,400 2,100
2017 £4,000 £3,250 £2,850 1,650

Prices Updated: 20th October 2017

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Insurance Group: 4 of 10

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