2014 Honda CBR300R Replaces the CBR250R [Photo Gallery]

                  2014 Honda CBR300R Replaces the CBR250R [Photo Gallery]
                                                 
2014 Honda CBR300R
2014 Honda CBR300R

A natural progression of the CBR250R, Honda's new take on the small-displacement is the upgraded CBR300R. Aiming down the sight at the Ninja 300, the new Honda machinery proudly displays a new styling which brings the bike even closer to the attire of the bigger bikes in the CBR family.

Drawing styling cues from the liter class machine, the 2014 CBR300R offers more than upgraded looks to lure in new riders in search of superbike glory.

Honda revised the 6-speed gearing, with the last one now longer and thus making high-speed highway runs a lot easier and funnier. The 286cc single-cylinder was obtained by stroking out the one in the quarter-liter machine and the result is better acceleration and less vibrations.

The new mill produces a very usable 30 horsepower and 20 ft-lbs (27.1 Nm) which should work just fine with the sport-tuned chassis. As Honda mentions that the CBR250R will be phased out, it looks like the new 300R will be replacing the quarter-liter bike in all markets.

Add in an oversized exhaust in the vein of that on the CBR500R for premium looks and a throaty, pleasant sound. No pricing or availability announced yet, but we know the bike will also be offered with optional ABS.

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Source: Autoevolution

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