Honda has recalled 84 models that were manufactured between 2020 and 2022. Honda will update the software to fix the issue.
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has issued a voluntary recall for three of their motorcycles in India. The bikes are the CRF1100 Africa Twin, the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade, and the GL1800 Gold Wing Tour. Honda has identified a problem with the PGM-FI unit or the fuel injection unit. As a result, the engine may stall while riding. However, no cases of failure have been reported in India.
As a result, Honda BigWing dealerships will flash a software update to motorcycles affected by the faulty fuel injection system. The procedure should take no more than 30 minutes to complete.
A total of 84 motorcycles manufactured between 2020 and 2022 have been affected. This will be a ‘no-cost’ procedure, so it will be performed regardless of the motorcycles’ warranty status. Honda will begin communicating with customers on September 3, 2022.
In addition, Honda recently introduced the CB300F in the Indian market. It is positioned below the CB300R. There are numerous differences between the two motorcycles. The CB300R is a retro-styled motorcycle, while the CB300F is a naked streetfighter.
Besides this, Honda recently launched the CB300F in the Indian market. It sits below the CB300R. There is a lot of difference between both the motorcycles. The CB300R is a neo-retro motorcycle whereas the CB300F is a naked streetfighter.
The CB300F gets a 293 cc, air-oil cooled unit that produces 24.2 hp and 25.6 Nm. On the other hand, the CB300R gets a 286 cc engine that produces 31.1 hp and 27.5 Nm. Both the motorcycles come mated to a 6-speed gearbox with slip and assist clutch. The CB300R is priced at ₹2.77 lakh (ex-showroom) and the CB300F starts at ₹2.26 lakh (ex-showroom).