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Honda CBR300R with ABS for sale. This is the tri-color version in red white and blue. It has been dropped once on the right side. Gas tank has small dent and right side fairing and exhaust has scratches. Currently covered in highly reflective lime yellow and blue reflective tape (can remove, but would recommend you keep them on if you're a beginner). This was purchased in March 2016 brand new, and still has factory warranty on it. There are less than 3000 miles on the motorcycle. 600 mile service has been performed, with regular maintenance on the chain/sprockets as well. Clutch and throttle freeplay has been adjusted to the minimum side of factory specs (very little looseness), and chain slack is correctly adjusted too. Can include oil for your next oil change.
Great beginner/commuter motorcycle, performs well on the highway (tops out around 92 MPH). I consistently get 60+ MPG on it. Insurance is cheap as well, under $150 for the year for me from Progressive. Tail storage has enough
Title is clear with no lein on it (purchased with cash).
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