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Honda CB300F vs KTM Duke 390 vs BMW G310R: Who is Most Powerful

Honda CB300F vs KTM Duke 390 vs BMW G310R Who's most powerful

The Honda CB300F may remind you of the beefed- up Honda Hornet2.0, but Honda says the design of the CB300F is inspired by the Honda CB500F. This new naked streetfighter from Honda has been introduced in two variants – Deluxe and Deluxe Pro, which are priced at Rs2.25 lakh and Rs2.28 lakh independently. 

In this price range, the Honda CB300F competes in a member that includes popular products like the KTM Duke 390 and BMW G310R. Then we're going to tell you which one is better among these motorcycles in terms of specification. 

The recently launched Honda CB300F uses the same 293 cc, 4- stopcock, oil painting- cooled, SOHC machine that churns out 24 Bhp of power and 25.6 Nm of peak necklace. Transmission duties are handled by a 6- speed homemade gearbox with slipper and help clutch. 


Binary- channel ABS is standard on both the Honda CB300F and BMW G310R, while the KTM Duke 390 gets a commutable Supermoto mode. Coming to the figures, the KTM Duke 390 is easily the most important motorcycle in terms of power figure. 

Not only does it get a massive373.2 cc machine, but it also offers the loftiest power affair of 41 Bhp. After the KTM, there's the BMW G310R, which gets the second largest machine in the competition which is of 313 cc and delivers a maximum power of 33 bhp. 

The cooling system is also different in all the three motorcycles. The KTM Duke 390 machine comes with a liquid- cooled system, while the Honda CB300F machine is oil painting- cooled and the BMW G310R machine is water- cooled. still, the gear auto rate remains the same for all three motorcycles at 6- speed. 

Honda CB300F is available in two variants – Deluxe and Deluxe Pro. While theex-showroom price of its Deluxe variant is Rs2.25 lakh, the Deluxe Pro’sex-showroom price is Rs2.28 lakh. The rearmost BS6 interpretation of the KTM Duke 390 is being vended at Rs2.94 lakh, while the BMW G310R is being vended at Rs2.65 lakh.