Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) commenced all India dispatches of the all-new CB300F from its 4th factory at Vithalapur (Ahmedabad district), Gujarat.
The roll out of the newly launched motorcycle was celebrated by conducting a special line off ceremony in the august presence of Mr. Atsushi Ogata – Managing Director, President & CEO (HMSI) along with Mr. Takahiro Honda – Chief Production Officer & Director (HMSI), Mr. Naveen Awal – Director, Production (HMSI), Mr. Manish Dua – Operating Officer (Vithalapur Plant), Mr. Akira Toyama, Executive Vice-President (Vithalapur Plant).
The CB300F will be manufactured on a special line designated for mid-size motorcycles which would cater to both domestic and export demand while the main manufacturing lines continue to cater to the scooter demand.
Bringing yet another powerful & aggressive addition to Honda’s fun motorcycle line-up, CB300F is the 4th entrant in the 300-500cc segment which is set to delight customers with its fierce 293cc Oil-cooled 4-Valve SOHC engine along with other features.
CB300F is available in three color optionsof Mat Axis Grey Metallic, Mat Marvel blue Metallic and Sports Red across two variants – Deluxe & Deluxe Pro and is priced attractively starting from Rs.2.25 lac (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
About HMSI Vithalapur Plant (Gujarat)
Production operations at Vithalapur plant (Gujarat) commenced in the fiscal year 2014-15. Approximately 80 km from the capital city of Ahmedabad, the plant is spread across 250 acres of land area. Currently, the company manufactures Activa (110cc & 125cc), Dio and Grazia from this plant along with the newly launched CB300F.
In December 2021, the commenced the manufacturing of global engines from this factory. Powering its 250cc (& above) category two-wheelers, the dedicated engine line is set to serve demand from global markets like Thailand, US, Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia, and Gulf nations among others.
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