Honda Bike Recall: Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has asked to recall some units of its 2022 model Honda CB300R due to a manufacturing defect in its right side crankcase. Due to which the ceiling plug may move from its place due to low retention force in summer.
This problem can happen in the bike
Due to some fault in the bike, the sealing plug may come out. This can lead to engine oil spillage, in the worst case scenario, this spilled oil can also cause a fire and skidding if the oil comes in contact with the tyres. Apart from this, the oil will be hot, due to which the rider can also get hurt. Therefore, from April 15, 2023, the affected parts will be replaced by the company at the company’s dealerships in the domestic market. Even if the warranty expires, the company will replace the defective parts free of cost.
Honda CB300R Price
Talking about the price of this bike, its ex-showroom price is Rs. 2.77 lakhs and it is available in two color options (Matt Steel Black and Pearl Spartan Red).
Honda CB300R Looks and Design
It is a sports cafe racer motorcycle that has been given a mix of modern elements and retro styling. The bike gets LED units in the circular headlamps and integrated LED daytime running lights, with sleek LED daytime running lights on the sides.
Honda CB300R Features
Talking about the features found in this bike, features like a full digital display, muscular fuel tank, split seats, sleek LED taillight, contrasting exhaust, black alloy wheels, engine block protector, gear position with engine inhibitor, side stand indicator are given.
Honda CB300R Engine Details
In addition to the 286cc DOHC 4-valve liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine with PGM-FI technology, the company also gets assist and slipper clutch in this bike.
Honda CB300R Braking & Suspension
Talking about the braking system of this bike, it gets 296mm hub-less floating disc brake at the front and 220mm rear disc brake with dual-channel ABS at its rear. At the same time, golden upside-down front forks are given in the suspension setup.
Bikes competing with the Honda CB300R include the Bajaj Dominar 400, BMW G 310 R, KTM 390 Duke, besides the likes of the KTM RC 390 and the TVS Apache RR 310.