Honda Rebel 300

Honda Rebel 300

Expected Price

₹ 2,25,000
* Delhi. May vary.


Bike Variant Honda Rebel 300
Current Status Upcoming
Body Type Cruiser
Fuel Type Petrol
Ex-Showroom Price Honda Rebel 300 is expected to be priced around INR 2,25,000 in India (ex-showroom).
Top Speed 105 kmph
Shades Matte Fresco Brown, Graphite Black, Matte Blue Jeans Metallic
Official Tagline Express Yourself
Key Highlights Low Seat Height, Fuel Injection, Liquid Cooling, Thick Tyres, Optional ABS
Vehicle Overview Honda Rebel 300 is a typical cruiser styled motorcycle, sharing the power train with popular CBR300R internationally. Honda has not yet revealed the exact power and torque figures of the bike. Rebel 300 has a raised fuel tank with even higher handlebar, exposed frame, single front seat and all other urban components like alloy wheels and front as well as rear disc brakes. The price for US market is $4399 (INR 3 lakh approx) for the non-ABS model. This 300cc bike can be a triggering product for Honda if localized and manufactured in India, the price could be somewhere around INR 2 lakhs. It would rival Royal Enfield and UML bikes in the country.
Mileage 33.16 kmpl
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Engine Description 286cc, 4-Stroke, Single-Cylinder, Liquid-Cooled
Fuel System PGM-FI
Cooling Liquid Cooled
Displacement 286 cc
Maximum Power Not Announced Yet
Maximum Torque Not Announced Yet
Number of Cylinders 1
Ignition Full Transistorized Ignition
Compression Ratio 10.7:1
Bore 76 mm
Stroke 63 mm
Valves Per Cylinder 4
Number of Gears 6
Gearbox Type 6-Speed
Final Drive O-Ring-Sealed Chain
Front Brake Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake Hydraulic Disc
ABS Optional
Front Tyre 130/90-16
Rear Tyre 150/80-16
Front Wheel 16-inch
Rear Wheel 16-inch
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Dual Shock Absorbers
Front Wheel Travel 120 mm
Rear Wheel Travel 100 mm
Seat Height 690 mm
Wheelbase 1490 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 165 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 11.2 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Pass Light
Battery Type MF
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED
Engine Kill Switch
Electric Start
Self Cancelling Indicators
Miscellaneous Information
Rake 30°
Trail 110 mm
Caster 28°

Honda Rebel 300 Review

15 Nov, 2018 11:37 AM


Powerful engine and an appealing design, the cruiser style motorcycle, Rebel 300 from Honda is ready to win all the hearts once launched in India. With a bold style and a 286 cc engine at its heart, the Honda Rebel 300 is a custom bobber that follows a traditional yet new generation look. Competing in the Indian market with the likes of Royal Enfield and UML bikes in the country, the bike is guaranteed to take the cruising level up a notch.


Powered by a 286 cc, Liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke, the Honda Rebel 300 offers a maximum power of 27.4 HP and an utmost torque of 19.9 lb/ft. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission gearbox. The cruiser gets a kerb weight of 165 kgs and a wheelbase of 1490 mm. The rawness of a tubular steel frame compliments the high raised handlebars with a low riding position and the mid-mounted foot pegs are perfect for utmost comfort.  The slimmer design and the low riding position makes the bike easy to drive and manage on the city roads as well as highways. The suspension duties are handled by 41mm Telescopic Forks at the front while the rear wheel gets dual shock absorbers. The Honda Rebel 300 gets hydraulic disc brakes at either edge and ABS (Anti Lock Braking System) is also an optional feature for handling the bike well during the brakes.

The retro cum urban style gives the bike a muscular cruiser look while the performance is absolutely commendable. In the international markets, the bike offers a mileage of 71 MPG. All the urban components like alloy wheels, an all-digital instrument console adds onto its superiority. The lean silhouette with a stylish outlook, the Honda Rebel 300 is going to take the competition to an all new level.

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