By: news (offline)  Wednesday, 08 February 2017 @ 03:43 PM ICT (Read 1553 times)  

Honda Thailand has quietly introduced the Honda Rebel 300 for the Thai market. The small capacity cruiser, with a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled 286cc engine (the engine is also used for the CB300F and CBR300R).

The price for the Honda Rebel 300 is expected to be a bit higher than the Honda CB300F

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By: news (offline)  Friday, 10 February 2017 @ 02:05 PM ICT  

The suggested retail prices for the Honda Rebel 300 are as followed:

Honda Rebel Standard Version..................145,000 THB
Honda Rebel Raw Edition Red...................154,200 THB
Honda Rebel Raw Edition Black.................162,200 THB

Apparently with the two 'Raw Edition' models some dealers have a gift package valued at 1000 THB.



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By: Anonymous: Rebel300 ()  Friday, 10 February 2017 @ 04:32 PM ICT  

It’s nice that Honda has a small engine cruiser again. It’s so long ago that I had my Honda Phantom 200, the Honda Rebel 300 looks like a good alternative

By: Anonymous: Kenneth ()  Thursday, 23 February 2017 @ 04:30 PM ICT  

I just bough the red one this afternoon, the price was a bit higher than on this forum. But at 159,000 baht it was still acceptable, it will be delivered in a week or two

By: Anonymous: pirata ()  Thursday, 20 April 2017 @ 10:38 AM ICT  

i have rebel 300cc about 5 week,but i m not happy,about this model,because the engine is not in half for this model between 80-100 speed the sound engine is terrible,and many vibration,handlebar and all motorcycle,i try yasterday to go chiang rai chiangmai,but very tired,anyway i think 300cc is too small maybe 500cc is better,but can not try before bec,not have demo for test drive,if i can test before i don t buy anymore this model,good luck at everybody-

By: ThaiDesign (offline)  Friday, 21 April 2017 @ 08:05 AM ICT  

The Honda Rebel 300 is a single-cylinder 286cc four-stroke engine that will always produce more vibration than a two-cylinder engine. But I have to say that between 80 and 100km/h I didn’t experience any vibration that I would classify as annoying.

Of course for everybody, feeling are very personal, and what is annoying for me doesn’t have to be annoying for somebody else. With that in mind I would check with your Honda dealer if the vibration you’re experiencing is normal. Maybe something is wrong with the engine which causes the annoying vibration...



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