Honda to release new sporty motorcycle this fall

Honda to release new sporty motorcycle this fall

PanARMENIAN.Net - Honda is set to release a new sporty motorcycle this fall, the CB300F, SlashGear reports.

Amongst other motorcycles Honda will be releasing this fall, the CB300F is said to be a "light and nimble-handling naked bike" aimed at anyone from new riders all the way up to those who've ridden for years.

The CB300F, which will be priced at $3,999 this fall, features a 300-class 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine, six speeds, and a svelte weight of 348lbs. Braking comes by way of a single-caliper rear disc and a twin-piston caliper with a single disc on the front.

The tank holds 3.4 gallons of gasoline, and is said to get 71 miles per gallon. The seat height sits at 30.70-inches from the ground, and there are digital LCD gauges, making for easy monitoring, particularly at night.

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