Adding to the long list of neo-retro bikes coming to India is the recently unveiled Honda CB300R. With the BS6 norms kicking in, Honda phased out the bike in 2020 but have now re-introduced it in our market. Now the 286-cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor is BS6-compliant and produces 31.1 hp at 9,000 rpm and 27.5 Nm at 7,500rpm. This is a marginal hike compared to the BS4 version that made 30.4 hp and 27.4 Nm. Also, now the bike sports a slip and assist clutch as standard. There are some cosmetic changes, too, such as differently coloured bodypanels, though there are no other visible changes to the cycle parts. As before, it gets an all-digital console, though we hope it now comes with Bluetooth connectivity. The 2022 model will have more localisation than before meaning a lower price compared to the older bike which retailed at Rs 2.5 lakh (exshowroom).