The new CFMOTO 300CL-X is now available in Australia! For $5990 rideaway, the new model looks to provide an affordable entry into motorcycling, check it out below...

CFMOTO‘s single-cylinder roadbike range has been widened with the arrival of the 300CL-X in Australia. The learner-approved 300CL-X adopts the same neo-retro styling as its larger-capacity parallel-twin sibling, the popular 700CL-X Heritage. Check it out!

CFMOTO's single-cylinder roadbike range has been strengthened with the arrival of the classy 300CL-X.

CFMOTO’s single-cylinder roadbike range has been strengthened with the arrival of the classy 300CL-X.

The unique design not only represents a major point of differentiation from the two other CFMOTO 300cc singles – the 300SR sportsbike and the 300NK street fighter – but it also has an air of individuality compared to its more traditionally styled opposition.


Check out our 700CL-X reviews here…


CFMOTO 300CL-X Key Features

  • Styling based on the already popular 700CL-X Heritage
  • Powered by the same 292cc single-cylinder engine found in the 300NK street fighter
  • Distinctive design for LAMS and seasoned riders
  • Low 795mm seat height, perfect for commuting and weekend getaways
  • Light-action slipper clutch
  • Striking X-element LED lighting
  • Plush rider and pillion seat
  • Large 14.5-litre fuel tank
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Two liveries: Nebula White and Nebula Black
  • $5990 ride away with a factory three-year unlimited-kilometre warranty
  • Available now


The success of the 700CL-X Heritage since its Australian release two years ago provides an ideal launching pad for the compact 300CL-X, which is powered by a 292cc, fuel-injected, DOHC, single-cylinder engine.

Power and torque are the same as the 300NK: 20.5kW (27.9hp) at 8750rpm and 25Nm at 7000rpm.

Power and torque for the 300CL-X are the same as the 300NK: 20.5kW@8750rpm and 25Nm@7000rpm.

Power and torque are the same as the 300NK: 20.5kW@8750rpm and 25Nm@7000rpm. The 300CL-X also benefits from upgraded engine mounts for less vibration, and has a forged piston to reduce weight and inertia. There’s a light-action slipper clutch for smoother down changes.



The 300CL-X has an upright riding position, CST tyres,  ‘X element’ LED lighting, a round LCD dash with built-in T-Box technology to monitor vehicle status alongside the complimentary CFMOTO app. Pillions receive a plush seat, while riders get a low 795mm seat height and 150mm of ground clearance. Fuel capacity is 14.5 litres and the 300CL-X tracks on aluminium-alloy cast wheels and 17-inch rubber.



Colours are Nebula White and Nebula Black, and the retail price is $5990 rideaway! Michael Poynton from CFMOTO Australia is excited to release the model to the Australian public.

Retail price is $5990 rideaway, the 300CL-X should prove to be an affordable entry into the motorcycling world!

Retail price is $5990 rideaway, the 300CL-X should prove to be an affordable entry into the motorcycling world!

“We are rapt with the impending arrival of the 300CL-X,” said Michael Poynton, director of CFMOTO Australia. “We first saw this neo-retro design language in the 700CL-X Heritage, and to extend it into the LAMS domain with the 300CL-X makes perfect sense. There’s really nothing quite like it in the smaller-capacity classes and, with a proven chassis, engine and electronics thanks to all the hard work already done on the existing 300cc models, we are confident the 300CL-X will create a lot of interest.”



The all-new 300CL-X is available now, interested customers are encouraged to contact their local CFMOTO motorcycle dealer for more information or head here


2023 CFMOTO 300CL-X Specifications

www.cfmoto.com.au

Price: From $5990 rideaway
Colours: Nebula White and Nebula Black
Warranty: Three year warranty
Claimed Power: 20.5kW@8750rpm
Claimed Torque: 25Nm@7000rpm
Wet Weight: 155kg
Fuel capacity: 14.5L
Fuel Consumption Claimed: N/A
Fuel Consumption (measured): N/A


Engine: Single-cylinder with balance shaft, 4-valve, DOHC, Liquid-cooled, 292.4cc, 11:1 compression ratio, 78mm x 61.2mm bore x stroke, Bosch EFI, six-speed gearbox, slipper clutch.


Chassis: Tubular steel frame
Suspension: 37mm KYB upside-down fork, Single centre aligned rear shock.
Brakes: 292mm disc with four-piston caliper (f), 220mm disc with single piston caliper (r).
Wheels & Tyres: CST Tyres 110/70-17, 150/60-17


Dimensions
Wheelbase: N/A
Seat height: 795mm
Ground clearance: 150mm
Overall width: 835mm
Overall Length: 2020mm
Overall height: 1138mm


Electronics: Round LCD dash with built-in T-Box technology


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