"The Honda Rebel 250 has been a staple in almost every single beginner motorcycle training course and is often considered one of the most reliable motorcycles for entry level riders. It has also remained mostly unchanged since the 1980’s. However, this year, Honda chose to completely revamp and redesign the Honda Rebel from the ground up. The new Rebel 300 touts not only a complete redesign but also serves as a new platform for customization for new and seasoned riders.
Within the newly engineered chassis beats Honda’s 286cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine which is also utilized in the Honda CB300F and CBR300R. The 300cc powerplant puts out a modest 26hp making it great for around town riding. The Rebel 300’s neutral sitting position, a low-seat height of 27.2 inches, and a reliable engine make this a perfect motorcycle for shorter inseam riders.
Additional features on the Honda Rebel 300 include a six speed transmission, an estimated 78 mpg, digital speedometer and fuel gauge, and a 12-volt accessory power socket.
The Honda Rebel 300 is priced at $4,399 and comes in four colors: Matte Pearl White, Matte Silver Metallic, Black, and Red."