Honda CB300F Colours Explained

Modified On Aug 11, 2022 12:46 PM By Aamir Momin for Honda CB300F

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Honda’s latest streetfighter comes in three sporty colour schemes. We explain them all

After weeks of teasers, Honda has launched the CB300F streetfighter in India at a price tag of Rs 2,25,900. The bike takes inspiration from its elder sibling sold in the international market, the Honda CB500F; however, it looks much like a bigger version of the Honda Hornet 2.0. And just like the Hornet 2.0, this CB300F comes in some really cool-looking paint schemes. 

Sports Red

While the Sports Red colour is quite sporty, it is really similar to the Matte Sangria Red Metallic colour option on the Hornet 2.0. The bike gets a bright red fuel tank with a thick grey stripe running across its length. Even the shrouds/extensions are painted metallic grey with the “CB” branding. The front mudguard, too, is painted in red, completing the sporty look of the bike. The golden USD fork gives off a rather premium appeal to the streetfighter.

Mat Marvel Blue Metallic

The Mat Marvel Blue Metallic colour scheme is exactly similar to the Red colour variant, with one difference: instead of red, this one gets a shiny blue shade. Even this colour is similar to one found on the Hornet 2.0. It is rather clean and sporty and gives an elegant vibe to the streetfighter.

Mat Axis Grey Metallic

Offering a complete stealthy look to the streetfighter is the Mat Axis Grey Metallic colour scheme which looks really sporty and the most attractive in our opinion. It gets a dark metallic grey shade painted all over the fuel tank and blends in with the grey stripe across the tank. The light grey shade of the shrouds gives a good amount of contrast to the overall look of the bike.

In our opinion, the Mat Axis Grey Metallic colour looks the most attractive out of the lot. Despite blending in, it also stands out with its sporty and stealthy appeal, and nothing looks out of place in this shade.

The CB300F goes up against the likes of KTM 200 Duke, Bajaj Pulsar N250 and Suzuki Gixxer 250.

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