Best 300cc Bike Models

Here is a list of the best 300cc bikes in india. Check out these top-ranked 300cc bike's prices, specifications, features, and more.

  • 1 . Bajaj Dominar 400

    New Bajaj Dominar 400
    Cruisers | 373.3 CC
    1,44,409 Onwards
    The Bajaj Dominar is the fastest, most powerful and most expensive Bajaj yet. The 373cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine powering the Dominar is based on the same platform as the Duke 390, but is tuned for touring instead of out right performance. This has seen it’s power and torque figures drop down to 34.5bhp and 35Nm, but that doesn’t make it a slouch, as it can go on to touch nearly 150km/h. At this price point, the Bajaj Dominar possesses characteristics which challenge most bikes even a segment above it. The Dominar looks good, performs well, is very reliable and powerful. The trump card of the Bajaj Dominar 400 of course is its price tag.
  • 2 . KTM 390 Duke

    New KTM 390 Duke
    Street | 373.2 CC
    2,34,900 Onwards
    Most people prefer performance which matches or exceeds the looks of their motorcycle, and the KTM 390 Duke has loads of both, making it rank high on our list of best 300cc bikes. The motorcycle offers performance capable of putting a few sports bikes to shame and especially at this price tag, is worth every penny. The KTM 390 Duke is powered by a 373cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which produces 44bhp and 35Nm, with transmission duties being handles by a 6-speed gearbox. The Duke 390 is a capable machine, both on the highway and in the city. It’s brisk acceleration, and outburst of power, combined with a low weight requires strong reflexes to handle it, making it perfect for those who love performance.
  • 3 . Royal Enfield Classic 350

    New Royal Enfield Classic 350
    Cruisers | 346 CC
    1,29,356 Onwards
    The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is the best-selling Royal Enfield model in India and carries forward a retro design. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 19.8bhp and 28Nm of peak torque. Royal Enfield claims a mileage of 37km/l, and fuel is fed via a carburettor. Although other models in the Royal Enfield lineup grab headlines, the Classic 350 is what registers sales numbers for the Chennai-based manufacturer.
  • 4 . Mahindra Mojo

    New Mahindra Mojo
    Street | 295 CC
    1,65,500 Onwards
    Mojo is the flagship motorcycle that is currently sold by Mahindra in India. It is equipped with some premium components like Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres, USD front forks and a digital instrument console. Powering the Mojo is a 294.72 cc engine that delivers 26.82bhp and 30Nm of torque. Mahindra claims that Mojo is the most comfortable tourer in its segment in India. Mahindra Mojo competes with the Royal Enfield Himalayan, which is also designed to tackle rough terrains.
  • 5 . Yamaha YZF-R3

    New Yamaha YZF-R3
    Sports | 321 CC
    3,25,000 Onwards
    Yamaha YZF-R3 is one of the best premium motorcycles in Indian two-wheeler market. The YZF-R3 is a good upgrade for those who are looking for a pure premium performance motorcycle. It is a very good performer on road as well as on race track. Yamaha YZF-R3 rivals the Ninja 300 and the KTM RC390 in the Indian supersport segment. The motorcycle is powered by a 321cc twin-cylinder engine that produces 41.4bhp of power and 29.6Nm of torque.
  • 6 . Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350

    New Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350
    Cruisers | 346 CC
    1,40,794 Onwards
    The Thunderbird 350 is a smaller displacement version of the Thunderbird 500, featuring LED tail lamps, projector headlamp, forward slung foot pegs, and a wider, taller handlebar for a relaxed riding posture. The Thunderbird 350 is powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 19.8bhp and 28Nm of peak torque, paired to a 5-speed gearbox. Disc brakes at both ends take care of braking duties, and the fueling system remains a carburettor.
  • 7 . Kawasaki Ninja 300

    New Kawasaki Ninja 300
    Sports | 296 CC
    3,60,916 Onwards
    Kawasaki Ninja 300 has proven to be worthy successor of the Ninja 250R, which was the best quarter-litre motorcycle in the world. The Ninja 300 rivals Yamaha R3 and KTM RC 390 in the supersport segment in India. Out of the three competitors, the Ninja 300 is most expensive and least powerful model here. The motorcycle is powered by a 296cc twin-cylinder engine that delivers 38.5bhp of power and 27Nm of torque.
  • 8 . Royal Enfield Bullet 350

    New Royal Enfield Bullet 350
    Cruisers | 346 CC
    1,07,690 Onwards
    Bullet 350 is the entry-level offering from Royal Enfield in India. It borrows styling cues from the models that the company sold in late 60's. The motorcycle is packed with a 346cc engine that churns out 19.8bhp of power and 28Nm of torque. It is sold in the Indian market for a price tag of Rs 1,09,000.
  • 9 . Benelli TNT 300

    New Benelli TNT 300
    Street | 300 CC
    2,91,000 Onwards
    Benelli’s naked street fighter, the TNT 300 is the most affordable Benelli model in the country. It is powered by a 300cc twin-cylinder engine that produces 37.73bhp and 26.5Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. TNT 300 has a claimed top speed of 158 km/h and is capable of doing 0-100 km/h time of 8.38 seconds.
  • 10 . UM Renegade Sports S

    New UM Renegade Sports S
    Cruisers | 279.5 CC
    1,58,871 Onwards
    UM Renegade Sport S, the most affordable motorcycle offered by the American manufacturer in India. The model is a sports cruiser that draws power from a 279.5cc, single-cylinder engine that delivers 24.8bhp of power and 21.8Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. When it comes to ride quality, the UM Renegade Sport S is not that good when compared to its rival Royal Enfield 350.
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