Honda gifts CB300F to its most loyal fan
Here is an example of how Honda knows how to show appreciation on one hand and build more customer satisfaction on the other. Honda USA, as a token of appreciation of brand loyalty, the company gifted a CB300F motorcycle to one of its most dedicated customers in the world.
Mr. Harry Adler, 84 years old gets his 55th Honda motorcycle in the name of CB300F at the presentation ceremony at Horner Honda in Salisbury, Maryland by American Honda Finance Corporation Senior Vice President David W. Paul.
Since 1963, Mr. Harry Adler has been riding only Honda motorcycles and till date, the old loyal fan has owned a variety of motorcycles with models like Helix, Grom, CRF230M, CBR250R, VT600CD, VTX1300 and many others. Overwhelmed by this gesture, over the years riding experience, Adler considers Honda as the best. Having always got a great response from the company, CB300F was the only bike missing in his collection and he looks forward to ride this bike after all, the bike surprised him as a surprise from Honda.
Overwhelmed by this kind gesture from Honda, on the other hand, the company seems to be very happy to have people like Harry as a part of their Honda family. With his never-ending loyalty towards the brand, Honda is thrilled to gift CB300F to the person who is truly worth it. The Honda family sincerely hopes with years of happy experience, this bike should impart the same, in the life of Harry making another year of riding a pleasurable journey.
The bike`s specifications are worth a mention. The Honda CB300F is a naked version of the CBR300R, which comes powered by a 286 cc, liquid- cooled, single cylinder engine (most important feature) churning out 30.4 BHP of power @ 8,500 rpm and 27 Nm of peak torque @ 7,250 rpm. All this power is sent to the rear wheels via a 6-speed transmission. Single 296mm disc`s at the front and single 220 mm disc`s at the rear provide the required stopping power.
With all the great features of the CBR300R, this Honda bike is best suited for the urban riders. As it weighs less, the 348 pound curb weight of the bike helps the rider to put the feet down making it a lot easier to ride. Another advantage that adds to this bike is its fuel efficiency, which is based on EPA exhaust emission (estimated 71MPG) making the bike affordable and fun to ride.
Last but not the least, this sporty looking bike is available in attractive shades like red and is priced at $3,999 in the US market. However, the company has no plans to launch the motorcycle in the Indian market anytime soon.