Choose Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Honda CBR300R?

Possessing the same power from a 300 cc engine block and eye-catching design, the Honda CBR300R and Kawasaki Ninja 300 are always the top choice for bikers in the small and medium displacement segment.

Design

Choose Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Honda CBR300R?  Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS (5).jpgKawasaki Ninja 300 ABS 2014.

Basically, the Kawasaki Ninja 300 is developed based on the 2013 Ninja 250R model. The 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 has dimensions of 2,015mm long, 715mm wide, 1,110mm high, and a wheelbase of 1,405mm. Seat height is 785mm with unladen weight of 172kg and fuel tank capacity of 17 liters. The Japanese motor company also designed the vehicle with a new frame, stronger and stronger.

The vehicle is equipped with telescopic hydraulic front shock absorbers and Uni-Trak rear shock absorbers with 5 adjustment ways to suit different loads and road conditions. ABS brakes are standard equipment for both front and rear wheels.

Digital Fuel Injection (DFI) technology and dual electronic throttle are also equipped for this model to help it achieve better fuel injection efficiency to the combustion chamber.

Valuable features of the 2014 Ninja 300 ABS include: Differential assistance system; KAMS software helps optimize air intake to support the vehicle’s liquid cooling system.

Choose Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Honda CBR300R?  cbr300r (4).jpgCBR300R is a miniature version of its elder brother CBR1000RR.

Meanwhile, CBR300R is a miniature version of its elder brother CBR1000RR. The design is almost identical with only a few changed details, making the CBR300R look very sporty and powerful. Outstanding details on the CBR300R are the eye-catching twin headlights, the fairly large fairing with ribbed cutouts to increase the ability to absorb cooling air for the water tank inside. The large fairing also covers the entire engine of the vehicle, making it different from CBR models with smaller displacement.

The rear of the car is designed to be compact with the brake light cluster being made to fit underneath the upward stroke of the rear of the car, right below is a pair of turn signal lights separated to the two sides. The rear saddle is designed separately from the front saddle, almost similar to the solo saddle style that often appears on large displacement vehicles. The 13-liter fuel tank is raised above and combined with the front seat is completely concave, creating a feeling of hugging the car when driving.

CBR300R Possesses a set of 17-inch 5-spoke sport wheels, combined with 110/70 front tires and 140/70 rear tires. The exhaust pipe on the CBR300R displacement version retains the same design as on the 250R version in a typical large, long style made from shiny metal that curves diagonally upward. The car is equipped with a 37 mm diameter telescopic front shock absorber with 118 mm travel, and a monoshock rear shock absorber.

The dashboard displayed on the CBR300R is a combination of an analog clock indicating the revs and a modern electronic clock showing other parameters of the vehicle. Right above the dashboard there is a rather large windshield. The 2 handles are made to fit quite well with the function keys arranged very reasonably. The CBR300R is equipped with 296 mm disc brakes, 2 pistons with built-in anti-lock ABS for the front wheels. The rear is also a disc brake assembly with a smaller diameter of only 220 mm and integrated ABS anti-lock braking system.

Engine

Choose Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Honda CBR300R?  cbr300r (19).jpg4-stroke engine, single cylinder, 286 cc capacity, liquid-cooled, DOHC technology on CBR300R.

The heart of the Honda CBR300R is a 4-stroke engine, single cylinder, 286 cc capacity, liquid-cooled, DOHC technology with electronic fuel injection system, producing a vehicle with a capacity of 30.8 horsepower. force at 8,500 rpm, maximum torque of 27 Nm at 7,250 rpm, the car uses a 6-speed gearbox.

Choose Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Honda CBR300R?  Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS (19).jpg

Similarly, the Kawasaki Ninja 300 uses a 4-stroke, 297 cc, liquid-cooled engine, 39 horsepower at 11,000 rpm, maximum torque of 27Nm at 10,000 rpm, comes with a box. Number 6 levels.

Comment

Choose Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Honda CBR300R?  Kawasaki Ninja 300 ABS (34).jpg Choose Kawasaki Ninja 300 or Honda CBR300R?  cbr300r (24).jpg Both CBR300R and Ninja 300 have very eye-catching designs.

If you are a fan of Honda’s large displacement racing models, then surely after seeing the CBR300R you will immediately choose it because the exterior body design is quite cool. The attractive pair of twin headlights and sturdy chassis will definitely give you a great driving experience. Meanwhile, if you are passionate about walking on crowded urban streets, then Ninja 300 is definitely the number 1 choice for you. Powerful 300 cc engine, compact body, comfortable for you to move and stop. Based on the above two factors, it can partly help you answer the difficulties that bikers are facing when choosing these two vehicle models.

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