2018 Honda CBR300R
Street Motorcycle for sale by Extreme Powersports in Columbus, Georgia 31909
$4,279Check value with KBB ›
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New 2018 Honda CBR300R $4,279
Whether this is your first bike or you have a garage full of them, Honda’s CBR300R is a blast to ride. Its single-cylinder engine offers excellent fuel efficiency, and is narrow so it’s easier to sit on the bike and get your feet on the ground. It has capable power and it’s one of the most maneuverable bikes we’ve ever designed. In town, the CB300R is plenty of funbut where it really comes alive is twisty roads that make the most of its light weight and nimble design.Features may include:
- MotoGP DNA
Honda’s race-winning heritage includes well over 700 total MotoGP victories. This superior engineering and technology puts our GP bikes in the winners’ circle and gives the CB300R the performance it needs on the street.
- Impressive Maneuvers.
Because it’s a single-cylinder machine, the CBR300R is narrow, with a low 30.7-inch seat height and light 357-pound curb weight. This makes building confidence and getting around easier than ever.
- Single-Cylinder Sensation.
The CB300R is all about mid-range power and torque, thanks to its single-cylinder engine with fuel injection, double-overhead cams and a counterbalancer. What you get is big performance in a smaller bike.
- Stopping Power.
For more confident braking in less than ideal conditions, Honda’s Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is included on the CBR300R ABS model.
2018 Honda CBR300R Specifications
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Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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