CBR300R SE set to grab attention

SO this sleek modern looking beast of a bike is learner approved, a special edition, and down right sexy.

The new Honda CBR300R will hit the showrooms with its new standout colour in late October – featurng a Matte Black paint scheme with Yellow accents.

The Special Edition Honda CBR300R will be available as Standard (non-ABS), with a Manufactures List Price of $5,799 or with ABS for $6,099, and Honda’s pedigree and the aggressive styling of its famed sports bikes has been enhanced on this Special Edition CBR300R.

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With technology such as low-friction engine internals, the fuel range has been extended to 390km on a full tank (estimated) making the CBR300R an ideal ride for country roads as well as city streets.

The riding experience provides a responsive throttle and power delivery, while the CBR500R-style exhaust system combines functionality with the on-track style that Honda CBR owners have enjoyed for years.

As part of the package, the CBR300R features 37mm telescopic front forks and Pro-Link monoshock rear suspension, and 2-channel ABS is offered as an option.

For more information about this eye catching Special Edition Honda CBR300R visit a Honda dealer.

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