The customised Rebel 300 showcased at BIMS in new blue paint for fuel tank with neon colour for the handlebar
Honda Motorcycle Thailand showcased a customised version of Rebel 300 at the ongoing 2019 Bangkok International Motor Show. The changes include a new neon colour on the handlebar along with a blue colour for the fuel tank and the company has given new side panels, which has a camouflage design for it.
The customised Rebel 300 gets a single piece seat for a sporty look compared to the regular model. The swingarm is also finished in yellow colour and the air-filter gets a silver colour. But the mechanical parts of the Rebel 300 is finished in black colour and the rear alloy wheel gets a silver colour while the front gets black finish.
Apart from this, the company hasn’t made any other changes for the stock model as it retains the 135 mm round headlamp with indicators placed alongside it but the motorcycle misses out on LED headlamps and indicators. The company has given aircraft inspired fuel tank design and the capacity is 12 litres.
The handlebar is a single piece unit and the company has given a circular design for the instrument cluster as it goes well with the retro design. The instrument cluster is loaded with information like speedometer, fuel meter, trip meter, odometer and time along with various indicators but it misses out on the tachometer.
The Rebel 300 measures 2190 mm length, 820 mm width, 1093 mm height and 1490 mm wheelbase. The seat height is 690 mm, which will make it suitable for smaller riders also. The Rebel 300 comes with 41 mm telescopic forks at front and dual-shocks at the rear, which is tuned for comfort.
The Rebel 300 is powered by 286 cc single cylinder engine, which also does duty on CB300R and it produces 30.86 PS of power and 27 Nm of torque. This engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and braking performance comes from disc brakes at front and rear with dual-channel ABS braking system as standard.