CFMoto 300SR Receives A New Colour Option in Australia
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CFMoto 300SR Receives A New Colour Option in Australia



2022 CFMoto 300SR price in india

CFMoto has updated its most affordable fully-faired motorcycle in the Australian market, the 300SR. The update is limited only to a new colour option, with the rest of the motorcycle completely remaining the same as it has been to date.

2022 CFMoto 300SR – What’s new?

CFMoto 300SR features

Apart from the Nebula Black and Turquoise Blue colour options, the new CFMoto 300SR will also be available in a racier looking paint scheme. This colour option is a mixture of orange and blue, and come with bold looking white graphics throughout its profile. There is a large CFMoto logo that is spread across the side panels of the fairing and the fuel tank, which makes it look bold and sporty. This new colour option is the only change, or should we say, an addition in the CFMoto 300SR’s lineup in the country.

2022 CFMoto 300SR – What’s unchanged?

Apart from the new colour option on offer, the CFMoto 300SR will continue to be the same motorcycle as it was. This fully-faired motorcycle is based on the 300NK naked roadster and comes with entirely different looking bodywork.

The CFMoto 300SR continues to be adorned with well-crafted full-fairing which comes integrated with dual LED headlamps. Even the turn indicators and tail lamps are LED units here. The fairing, fuel tank and tail section of the motorcycle have a curvaceous appeal to it, just like in a proper supersport motorcycle with an aggressive riding stance. Other design highlights of the CFMoto 300SR are 10-spoke black alloy wheels, a golden themed engine and an underbelly exhaust.

Other features of the CFMoto 300SR which are offered as standard in the motorcycle are a dual-channel ABS, riding modes and a full-TFT instrument console that has multiple modes of display for regular data and Bluetooth connectivity.

The CFMoto 300SR shares its four-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 292.4cc engine with the 300NK, which is coupled to a 6-speed gearbox and produces a maximum power output of 29 PS @8,750 rpm and a maximum torque output of 25.3 Nm @ 7,250 rpm.

As far as its chassis is concerned, the CFMoto 300SR has 37mm upside-down hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the rear. The motorcycle gets a braking combination of 292mm front disc and a 220mm rear disc brake. While the CFMoto 300SR gets a 110/70 R17 tyre at the front, the rear wheel of the motorcycle has a 140/60 R17 tyre.

2022 CFMoto 300SR – Will it be available in India?

CFMoto currently sells three different 650cc motorcycles in the Indian market, with no clear signs of the arrival of the 300SR shortly.


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