The Honda CB300R has been renewed for 2022, along with the CB1000R, CB650R and CB125R from the Neo Sports Café series. Euro5 protocol. It reaches 31.1 hp and 2.8 kgf.m.
The steel structure with mixed elements, tubular and pressed, received a new adjustment to guarantee a better balance, offering the rider a good feeling when riding. The exhaust was also replaced with a lighter muffler and with a new end cap.
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Honda CB300R will have inverted fork, new seat and slipper clutch
As with its 125, 650 and 1000cc sisters, the CB300R is now equipped with the Showa SFF-BP 41mm inverted fork that guarantees great sensitivity, greater control and shock absorption, and an adjustable mono.
The front brake features a disc petal and a radial-mount 4-piston caliper, with dual-channel ABS operating via an IMU inertial platform with rear wheel anti-lift function. There's also revised LCD instrumentation with gear engaged indicator, as well as seat upholstery.
The full LED lighting system is essential, while the new power-assisted clutch ensures smooth gear changes and prevents the rear tire from losing grip in case of sudden downshifts. For 2022, the CB300R will be available in Italy in Candy Chromosphere Red, Mat Pearl Agile Blue and Mat Gunpowder Black Metallic.
New gray color for the CB650R
The Honda CB650R, which continues to be a big hit in the mid-engined naked segment, is available in the new Sword Silver Metallic color for 2022. For younger riders, the CB125R is ideal, equipped with a 4-valve twin-shaft engine. 15 hp and the highly effective Showa SFF-BP inverted fork.
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