2020 Honda Rebel 300 To Launch On September 30
It is now open for Honda to launch the Rebel 300 on 30 September. The answer to Royal Enfield is appropriate. Speculation is on the rumors that the next premium cruiser from Honda will be launched. We have already studied the potential for the Rebel 500 to arrive in India, but the Rebel 300 does not get out of place when we think about that. Here’s all about Honda Rebel 300 that you need to know!
The Rebel 300 takes away design information from its elder sister, the Rebel 500. Both of them fit perfectly with the definition of “American cruiser.” Of course, with its twin cylinder-engine configuration, the Rebel 500 seems a bit bigger than the 2020 Honda Rebel 300.
The motor is blacked out and the frame and other elements of the bodywork make it look sporty rather than overcrowding. The bobbing fenders and fat chunky pneumatics is fairly simple to look at. It has all-around LED lights, a white circular negative LCD screen, and a comfortable riding posture. The new Honda Rebel 300 tends to come out like an American cruiser while Royal Enfield focuses more on the retro section. It will certainly bring fresh air.
The blackout exhaust system of the Honda Rebel fits perfectly with the overall appearance of the bike. The headlight is another critical element in the design of motorcycles. The light is luminous and precise, and the round shape of the nacelle, the headlight mount, and the glass window give the Rebel a classy character. A gear position indicator and a fuel consumption screen are currently included in the 2020 Honda Rebel 300 instrument cluster.
A liquid-cooled DOHC, 286cc, with a 30.4 hp engine at 8000 rpm and 27.4 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm with a 6-speed gearbox is expected for the cruiser. For short riders, a sitting height of 690 mm should be ideal. A slipper clutch supports the transmission. The Rebel 300 ABS weighs 167 kg, giving it an advantage over its major competitors.
The motorcycle is equipped with a 41 mm front telescopic fork and a rear shock absorber. The small 16-inch alloys have 130-section front and 150-section rear pneumatic wrappings. The discs on both ends are covered by brakes. A dual-channel ABS version is provided on the US market, but expect Honda to provide it in India as standard.
India is a price-sensitive market and wouldn’t cut the Honda Rebel 500, a two-cylinder engine if Honda India was really looking forward to making a tooth in Royal Enfield’s unreal turnover. And here comes the 2020 Honda Rebel 300. Approximately the INR 2.5 lakh will cost the Rebel 300 significantly more than the equivalent Royal Enfield and Jawa motorcycles. It’d be interesting to look at Honda’s Rebel 300 slots.
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