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Honda is bringing three new bikes in India namely CRF 300L, Sahara 300, and CRF 300

Honda CRF 300L, Sahara 300 CRF, and 300 Rally may be launched soon in India. Each of the bikes is off-road ready and ideal for adventure.

Speculations are rife that Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India will soon launch three adventure motorcycles in the Indian market. Because recently the company unveiled three models at a ride event in Bangalore. There some experienced off-road riders were invited to test drive three new models namely Honda CRF 300L, Sahara 300 CRF 300 Rally. How was the riding, feedback was taken from them.

It is speculated that Honda is working on expanding its lineup in India this time. Recently in this country, they have filed several design patents for their big motorcycles. The company also launched the Transalp last year and the NX500 earlier this year. These 300 cc bikes may be launched this time. Although they will be imported and sold from abroad, or the company will manufacture the components in this country, there is no confirmation about that.

Honda CRF 300L and CRF 300 Rally are off-road motorcycles. They feature dual-purpose tires, beak-like front mudguards, a bench seat and an upswept exhaust. Again there are halogen headlamps and LCD instrument cluster. 43mm USD front fork and rear monoshock unit are present to handle the suspension duties.

Honda CRF 300L, CRF 300 Rally Specifications

The Honda CRF 300L and CRF 300 Rally are powered by a 286 cc, single cylinder engine. It produces a maximum power of 26.9 bhp and a torque of 26.6 Nm. For gears there is a 6-speed unit.

Honda Sahara 300 Specifications

Honda Sahara 300 is powered by a 293 cc, single cylinder, air cooled, SOHC motor. The output on Ethanol is 25.2 bhp, while on petrol it produces 24.8 bhp. The torque produced in both cases is 27 Nm. There is a 6-speed gear to support the engine.

When these bikes are launched in the Indian market, the price is likely to be around Rs 3 lakh. Honda Sahara 300 is expected to gain special popularity among Indians after its launch. It will sit between the CB200X and CB500X in the company's portfolio.

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