Find out how much is the new CFMOTO 300SR?

Date posted on August 14, 2020
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CFMoto Philippines and Motostrada just launched over their social media page their new model that is sports oriented, the CFMOTO 300SR.

Motostrada’s Marketing Manager Ms. Joanne Lu unvieled the bike for the first time this afternoon to excited online viewers.

300SR : Pure Racing Sport

The 300SR (SR short for Sport Racing) is a 300cc sport racing bike. It is a high-value product CFMOTO offers to consumers with unique and sophisticated design, combined with excellent handling and agility. It is without doubt another highly competitive player in the entry-level sport racing bike market. It can be your loyal companion for both track racing and daily riding. Make it your first choice to pursue your racing dream and play to win with 300SR!” said CFMoto’s press release.

It is powered by a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, Bosch fuel injected, double overhead cams (DOHC), with 4 valves and displacement of 292.4cc. It produces a maximum power of 21.4kw ( 28.8 hp) @8750rpm of 25.3N·m @7250rpm of maximum torque. It is coupled to 6-speed transmission.

Disc brake with Dual Channel Continental ABS

It has a 292mm single disc front brake with a four-piston caliper while the rear gets a 220mm single disc, single-piston floating caliper. It comes with Dual Channel Continental Anti Lock Brake System as standard.

Full color TFT Display

Other highlights include a modern full color TFT instrument panel, a big fuel caoacity of 12 liters, a very light kerb weight if only 165 kgs and a Pinoy friendly low seat height of only 780 mm.

Seat height is 780mm and weight is only 165kgs

It us available in two colors the Nebula Black and Turquoise Blue.

The introductory price is an affordable P165,000 pesos only and early buyers will get CFMoto freebees llike backpack, poloshirt, balaclava, arm sleeves, cap, keychain, umbrella and notebooks. It will be available at Motostrada Caloocan and Motostrada Sucat, ” said Ms. Lu.

Congratulations Motostrada and we hope to see the bike racing locally!

Photos by Motostrada and CF Motoglobal