Honda has introduced its smaller scrambler-styled design dependent on the Honda Rebel 300 in China. The Honda CL300 as it is termed, was revealed in China in November 2022, at the exact time Honda disclosed a close to similar CL250. So far though, the only particulars we have of the bikes are a several specs, and of training course the photos. The Honda CL300 is centered on a 286 cc, single-cylinder engine which would make all-around 25 bhp, and with its comparatively light-weight 172 kg kerb body weight, it really should make for entertaining general performance.

The Honda CL300 will be a fashionable scrambler-styled product, based on the Honda Rebel 300 cruiser.

The 1,488 mm wheelbase seems to counsel that the CL300 is developed much more for balance than managing and agility, really like the Rebel 300. What is diverse from the Rebel 300 is the upright using place and scrambler-like design and style. The bicycle has a respectable 165 mm floor clearance, not just off-road prepared, but superior than the cruiser it’s centered on. But in contrast to the Rebel 300 it’s based on, the CL300 gets a 19-inch entrance wheel, and 17-inch rear wheel mixture, with a seat top of 790 mm.

One version of the Honda CL250 unveiled for Japan displays a a lot more enduro-design and style scrambler with a significant front fender, and typical hand guards.

In Japan, in the 250 cc model, Honda has exposed two distinctive flavours, with a person currently being additional of a roadster layout, with a compact spherical headlight and flat and very long seat. The second bike has much more enduro inspiration in its structure, sporting a beak, hand guards.

The other variant has a a lot more roadster overall look, whilst it really is nonetheless a tall bicycle with the facet and substantial-mounted exhaust of a scrambler.

Now, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) presently has the Honda CB300F on sale in India, and so considerably, it’s not very clear if HMSI would want to introduce a further 300 cc motorbike in a segment wherever Honda does not really have the management placement in India.