Upcoming Honda big bikes in Nepal: CRF300L and CRF300L Rally

CRF 300L/300L Rally

The all-new Honda CRF300L and CRF300L Rally are upgraded versions of previous 250L models, and they feature larger engines while allowing for the same balance relationship between size, weight, power, and handling. 

The CRF300L features updated bodywork design and styling based on CRF450R motocross bikes. It gets a vertically stacked headlight design, along with a new tank, side panels, and seat unit to reflect the latest look of Honda’s motocross range. 

The Rally model comes with a larger tank, windscreen, wrap-around skid plate, flappy handguards, a larger-diameter front disc brake, and improved LED lighting.

The adventure motorcycle features long motocross-style seats that provide comfort across varied terrains. 


Compared to the 250L models, the CRF300L comes with an improved combustion chamber that provides 10% improved power and 18% improved torque. Furthermore, the bike comes with an all-new slip-assist clutch with a 20% lighter pull than its predecessors’.

Both the CRF300L and CRF300L Rally are powered by a 286cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that generates a power of 20.1 kW at 8500 rpm and a torque of 26.6 Nm at 6500 rpm. The engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

Also, the bike features an engine counterbalancer providing the narrow overall width and power advantages of a single-cylinder unit along with the smoothness of a multi-cylinder bike.


The standard CRF300L weighs 140 kg  (5.5 kg lighter than its predecessor) and the Rally is heavier than the standard by 11 kg. Also, the Rally has 4.8 litre more of fuel tank capacity than the standard’s.

Engine typeLiquid-cooled, single-cylinder, four-stroke
Engine capacity (cc)286
Max. power (kW)20.1 at 8500 rpm
Max. torque (Nm)26.6 at 6500
IgnitionComputer-controlled digital transistorized with electronic advance
Number of gears6
Front brakeSingle 256mm (296mm in Rally) disc with twin-piston caliper 
Rear brakeSingle 220mm disc
Front suspension43mm inverted fork; 10.2 inches of travel
Rear suspensionPro-Link® single shock with spring; 10.2 inches of travel
Fuel tank capacity (L)8 (300L) and 12.8 (300L Rally)
Seat height (mm)881 (300L) and 894 (300L Rally)
Ground clearance (mm)284 (300L) and 276 (300L Rally)
Kerb weight (kg)140 (300L) and 151 (300L Rally)

Price in Nepal

CRF modelsPrice in Nepal
CRF 300LRs 17.50 lakh
CRF 300L RallyRs 19.50 lakh

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