The Japan only Honda CB1300 was launched in 2021 baaed on Project Big-1 concept.
CB1300 is powered by a 1,284cc water cooled four cylinder 16-valve DOHC engine that generates 111 hp and 112 Nm of peak torque paired with a 6-speed transmission and classic 4-into-1 exhaust.
The iconic motorcycle is a capable all rounder excels as a daily commuter, interstate cruiser, and weekend show stealer. CB1300 boasting 80’s heritage styling is offered in two variants – the Super Four and the Super Bol D’Or. With its muscular fuel tank, side panels, and tail end, the Super Four mimics the classic CB1300 of the 1980s. Super Bol D’Or gets a wind protective half fairing and angular headlight. SP versions of both models are available in premium color options.
All-new Honda CB1300 is equipped with double cradle frame, cruise control, throttle by wire system, 3-riding modes, assist & slipper clutch, Honda selectable torque control and a bi-directional quick-shifter as standard. The Honda CB1300 Super Four and Super Bol D’or come with two colour options Pearl Sunbeam White and Beta Silver Metallic with gold colored rims and blacked out engine. The Super Four SP and Super Bol D’or SP are offered in Candy Chromosphere Red and Pearl Hawks Eye Blue with blacked out engine and rims, gold colored front forks and rear shock absorbers.
Even after a year since its release, Honda has yet to announce plans to bring this legendary motorcycle to other regions of the world. Thus Honda is denying us the opportunity to experience and appreciate this beauty on wheels.