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Shows the total number of miles (U.S.) or kilometers (Canada) that your vehicle has accumulated.

Shows the total number of miles (U.S.) or kilometers (Canada) driven since the last reset. Meters A and B can be used to measure two separate trips.

Resetting a trip meter

To reset a trip meter, display it, then press and hold the knob. The trip meter is reset to 0.0.

Switching the Display

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How to Reset an Odometer on a Honda Fit

Last Updated: December 6, 2023

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Your Honda Fit is equipped with an odometer that tracks the total mileage that you drive, as well as trip meters that keep track of specific trips and distances that you travel. While resetting your car’s odometer is illegal, you can quickly and easily reset your trip meters so you can track a new trip or journey.

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Switching the Display

Step 1 Insert your key into the ignition and turn it to the On position.

  • You can also start your car, but it isn’t necessary to reset your trip odometers.
  • Your instrument panel and displays will light up when you turn your key to the On position.

Step 2 Locate the Select/Reset knob on the instrument panel.

  • On most models, the Select/Reset knob is located to the right of the odometer display.

Did you know? You can turn the knob to the left or the right to adjust the brightness of your instrument panel.

Step 3 Press the knob to cycle through the displays.

  • The readouts will shift between your total odometer, which displays the total mileage on your car, your trip meters, and your average fuel economy.

Clearing the Trip Meters

Step 1 Select the trip you want to reset.

  • If you shuffle past the trip you want to reset, simply keep pressing the knob until it cycles back through to it.
  • Don’t hold the knob down. Just click through the options until you find the one you want.

Step 2 Press and hold the Select/Reset knob to clear the trip meter.

  • Once the numbers start blinking, you must continue to hold the knob down to reset the trip meter.

Step 3 Choose the other trip if you want to reset both.

Tip: Use your second trip meter to calculate multiple distances. For example, you could track the second half of a road trip, or try taking 2 different routes to work and use the meters to find out which one is shorter.

Step 4 Start your car or remove your key from the ignition.

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  • Turn the Select/Reset knob to adjust the brightness of your instrument panel so it’s easier for you to see your gauges and odometers. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0
  • Use your trip meters to calculate distances. For instance, you can find out how far it took for you to drive to a location if you need to be reimbursed for fuel costs. Thanks Helpful 0 Not Helpful 0

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  • Trying to reset your actual odometer, which displays the total mileage that your car has traveled, is illegal. Thanks Helpful 1 Not Helpful 0

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I have a 2022 CR-V EXL Hybrid, is it possible to have Trip A reset automatically when I fill up with fuel? The manual seems to think that it is possible, however I can't seem to access the correct menu. Thanks in advance for any advice.  

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From the Home Screen settings>vehicle>meter set up>trip A reset timing  

Awesome. I'll give that another try. Thank you.  

No problem, it’s not very intuitive.  

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Hi all. The current problem I've got is the trip meter is malfunctioning. It will count up to 79.9 miles, but won't go to 80.0 just back to 70. At 79.9 it the 7 attempts to scroll to 8 but then clicks back to 7. Has anyone here (or on another forum you know of ) tried to open up the speedometer to try to fix this type of mechanical problem on the trip meter? Trying to save a few bucks. Thanks ahead of time.  

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Probably not, but that’ll be one little bear of a problem to fix! You can find threads on how to crack open the speedometer, but you’ll probably just be feeling it out from there on in. If I had to guess, a little plastic piece or tooth is broken off between the eight and the seven, so when it goes to hold, it just falls back.  

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"Just fer kicks & grins" try resetting it with thumb knob... Does the 8 show up then??? You know = 88888 vs 88878 ... It may just be a piece of dirt or crud on the gears, Dennis  

"Captain D" said: "Just fer kicks & grins" try resetting it with thumb knob... Does the 8 show up then??? You know = 88888 vs 88878 ... It may just be a piece of dirt or crud on the gears, Dennis Click to expand...

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I had my trip meter stuck once. By pushing the reset a couple times it become fixed and never happened again. Some times if I don't push it properly it goes in between numbers, press it again and it will work fine.  

An amusing story about my trip meter skipping back from 79.9 miles to 70.0 miles Due to the length and timing of my commute here in Los Angeles, and the typical part of my drive that the meter would skip back to 70 is on a stretch where I do a whole lot of lane splitting. Traffic is very heavy, so I don't look down at the odometer/trip meter much. Just when I get on the bike for the ride home. I was constantly getting surprised that I was running out of gas when I didn't expect to. Often in slow traffic while splitting. Often in the same stretch where part of it had no open median for breakdowns. It's pretty easy to get the bike to re-fire when it sputters when you're cruising along at 65 or so. But when your doing 10 mph in between cars.... not. fun. at. all. It dies. Try to find a shoulder/open median in a hurry if possible. Not a lot of momentum left for coasting. Try to start it. Only 73.2 on the meter and its out of gas... what the hell? Wont start? switch to reserve. Eventually starts. My Bike MUST BE EATING GAS. Nope. I just didn't notice it skipping back...and then surprise! The joke was on me. haha. My bike has a sense of humor it seems. (I had starting looking onto tearing into the carbs. Glad I was too busy at work to jump into that!) Once I figured out it was the trip meter I started to write my miles on the handlebar between the risers with a dry-erase pen when i fill up. Heh.  

"Captain D" said: I wonder IF > Reversing the tire rotation MAY unclog it??? Set it at 88888 and spin the wheel, IT MIGHT just "unclog" it???? It`s worth a try... It won`t cost nothing neither, Dennis Thought of you, as I pulled outta the pole barn... When I left yesterday my Odometer was on 80... What a coincidence Click to expand...

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Faster to connect a drill motor to the bottom end of the cable so you can go forward or reverse.  

Worth a try, but I thought tripmeters disconnected when reversed, since the early Seventies?  

I don't know ! It seems I remember on cars if you tried to reverse it would flip a black cover down over the numbers when shady dealers tried to lower mileage. Then it would be seen to be tampered with. I think GM did that at least. If it is the older style gears and shafts it still may back up ?????  

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2025 Honda ADV160 Features & Benefits

Designed and developed around a "City Adventure" concept, Honda's capable-but-rugged ADV160 delivers an enjoyable sense of exploration on even the most mundane commutes. Some of its main features include a low vehicle weight and practical features like an automatic transmission, two-stage adjustable windscreen and under-seat storage, resulting in a sensible machine that adeptly traverses metropolitan roads and is even up for mini-adventures.

Initially offered in the Asian market in 2019, the ADV150 was essentially a small-displacement version of the X-ADV maxi-scooter, putting the "City Adventure" concept in a smaller package. It was first offered in the U.S. in the 2021 model year. Honda upsized the unique scooter for the Asian market in 2023 and renamed it the ADV160, and it has been offered in the U.S. since the 2024 model year.

DESIGN / STYLING

Styling should not come at the expense of comfort or range, which is why Honda took all aspects into account when finalizing the ADV160's unique crossover design. The result is a machine that only Honda could imagine—rugged, comfortable and incredibly practical. Still very much intended for around-town commutes, the ADV160 features ample storage, great wind protection and an elevated rear seat that enables a passenger to take in the scenery. Additional considerations were made for range and ease of use, the ADV160 featuring a centerstand and side standanda 12-volt accessory adapter for keeping personal electronics charged. It also has a 2.1 gallon fuel tank which, when combined with the scooter's impressive fuel economy, results in impressive range for day-to-day adventures.

  • The ADV160 has a 30.1-inch seat height which, along with the reshaped seat, makes it easy for riders to reach the ground with their feet at stops.
  • The tapered handlebar is set low, to maintain a comfortable riding position.
  • Under-seat storage compartment has a total capacity of 30 liters—plenty of space for carrying gear for work, school or adventures.
  • Bodywork has a sporty appearance, with wide leg shields offering protection from weather.
  • The two-position toolless-adjustable windscreen provides good protection from wind and weather in its highest setting. In its low setting, a comfortable breeze is allowed.
  • Information is easily accessible. The square-shaped main LCD meter displays date, time, oil-change indicator, fuel meter, odometer, A and B trip meters, speedometer, instant fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, air temperature, battery voltage and fuel meter. A separate sub-meter displays turn signals, high beam, coolant temperature and fuel injection.
  • The ADV160's rugged design is intended to spark a rider's adventurous spirit.
  • A dash compartment provides convenient storage of small items, while an inner accessory socket allows charging of electronic devices.
  • The compact, individual turn signals and slim rear fender create a lightweight, dynamic image.
  • The muffler is compact and positioned high for tough, adventure-ready looks.
  • The engine, drivetrain and fuel tank are mounted low in the frame, lowering the center of gravity, which adds to the confidence-inspiring handling, especially in parking lots or tight traffic conditions.
  • All-LED lighting to minimize size, weight and energy consumption, and to maximize mass-centralization and illumination.
  • The taillight is separate from the rear turn signals, and incorporates an "X" design that expresses the crossover concept.
  • With Honda's Smart Key system, the scooter's main knob is automatically activated as the owner approaches, and the engine can be started without inserting the key. (An on/off switch prevents a third party from using the scooter even when the owner is in the vicinity.) The system incorporates an "answer-back" switch that flashes the turn signals to help the owner locate the scooter, as well as an anti-theft mechanism whereby the handlebar remains locked when an attempt is made to start the scooter by force. The fuel lid and seat are unlocked via a rocker switch adjacent to the main knob.

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This "City Adventure" scooter features the same four-valve, 156.9cc eSP+ engine that debuted in the popular PCX. The engine is powerful, and its fuel-efficient enhanced Smart Power design (eSP+) design features advanced technologies that optimize efficiency and minimize emissions. The air-intake/exhaust system is optimized, and ample torque in the low and middle rev ranges helps the rider to tackle varying terrain. The ADV160 offers a smooth power delivery that helps it stand out in cities or on backroads.

  • Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC)—the advanced rider aid that has been popular with customers of high-performance Honda sport bikes and adventure bikes—is standard on this scooter, helping to maintain grip even when traction is scarce.
  • A diagonally mounted muffler has an inner pipe structure and catalyzer location that are optimized to minimize emissions and deliver good performance in varying conditions.
  • The continuously variable Honda V-Matic automatic transmission provides a smooth power delivery and requires no shifting, enabling riders to concentrate on the ride.

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Adventure is just around the corner, which is why the ADV160 has features that help riders venture off the beaten path. ADV-style suspension and tires are robust, while the scooter's ground clearance lends itself to rough-road exploration. Commutes and city-street riding are also taken into account, the ADV160's chassis emphasizing nimble handling and a low center of gravity.

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  • The 31mm telescopic Showa fork has a class-leading front-suspension travel of 5.1 inches.
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  • A petal-style, 240mm front brake rotor minimizes unsprung weight and sheds water and debris from the brake-pad surface, while a 131mm drum rear brake aids in overall stopping performance. Front ABS is standard.
  • The model-specific wide, tubeless tires feature a block pattern that works well in conditions from urban roads to rugged bypasses.
  • For maximum strength, the handlebar features a tapered design (28.6mm at the clamp area), similar to those of larger adventure models like the Africa Twin. The position is low to match the low seat height.

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While completing a 2,100 mile vacation trip in our 2006.5 Jetta TDI (DSG) traveling from Michigan through several Southern states and back home, the trip odometer appears to have reset itself at 2000 miles. There is nothing in the owners manual that indicates this will occur, so was wondering if anyone else has experienced this? We averaged 45.7 MPG for the entire trip, so the trip odometer problem becomes a minor annoyance.  

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The odometer does the same thing for kilometers in a canadian spec car but it doesnt stay at 2000 it starts going round again ,so did it not read 100 miles when you got home ... just add 2000 and 100 ?  

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My 2001 resets to zero at 2000, but continues counting again from zero. So yours should read 100 for a 2100 mile trip. These cars must have been designed in a country where a 2000 mile trip is not typical!!!  

are you SURE it's the trip meter? there are TWO "trip" meters (actually there are FOUR) but on "trip" meter screen ONE (1) there are TWO meters actually 3. bottom left: total mileage bottom right: your trip meter top center (above temp) is another "trip" meter, that third one is the one that "Resets" on every trip (or nearly, not quite every trip). it actually resets only if the car has been off for a while, otherwise it's continuous. yes, very confusing.  

maybe on a 2006 there are more odometers but on my 2001 which seems to be identcal to my 2002 I can only find 1 odometer  

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Affordable, user-friendly, dirt-worthy, and street legal: The 2024 Honda CRF300L builds on a proven formula as the brand's most well-rounded dual sport yet.  

Honda's "L" bikes might be the most lovable two-wheelers of all time. More than a few of us have made lifelong memories aboard iconic machines like the XR650L, XR250L, and CRF250L, but Honda's latest entry in their road-going dual-sport lineup, the CRF300L, might be their most versatile and accessible to date. 

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We've had great experiences on the 300L ourselves over the last few years, riding them everywhere from our dual-sport tours in Vietnam to our rider training programs here in the States.

Most recently we took a brand-spankin' new 2024 Honda CRF300L along for a backcountry camping tour of the Appalachian Mountains, and were reminded of just how damn good these little bikes can be. 

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"Taking in the views on our recent North Georgia dual sport trip."

Below we'll dive into what we love about the Big Red dualie, how it handled for our dirt-focused adventure mission, and what we think could still be improved going forward. Before we dive into the details though, let's take a look back at how we got here. 

Honda CRF300L Changes Over the Years

The 300L is the latest and greatest in a long line of user-friendly dual sports from Big Red, but Honda's CRF-L line has been around for quite some time. It started life as the CRF230L back in 2008, which was essentially just an electric-start version of the CRF230F trail bike with street-legal accouterments and a set of passenger pegs. 

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The 230L was a simple bike with a basic telescopic fork and square analog gauges, but everyone who rode one praised it for its easy-riding nature and unexpected capability in the dirt. Despite generally positive reviews, Honda decided to kill the 230L in 2009 after just two short years in their lineup.

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Luckily for us, customer demand for affordable dual sports only grew in the years that followed, and in 2012 Honda launched the fully redesigned CRF250L. The new bike got vastly improved suspension and fuel injection, and also inherited a liquid-cooled engine borrowed from the CBR250R sport bike. 

The new 250L was a hit, and enjoyed a long run of continuous improvement and R&D. 2016 saw the introduction of ABS, updated plastics, improved fuel delivery, and even mechanical updates to the engine.

The following year the 250L Rally was introduced as a "factory adventure" version of the CRF, complete with bigger brakes, more suspension travel, a front fairing/windshield combo, and a larger fuel tank. 

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The next major update came along in 2021 when Honda upped the stroke of the CRF's engine, dropped 11 pounds from the chassis, and launched the 300L and 300L Rally models.

This is essentially the bike we know and love today, which has remained unchanged with the exception of optional ABS and the addition of handguards as standard equipment in 2023.  

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2024 Honda CRF300L Specs

The current Honda CRF300L retails for $5,449 before tax, title, etc., and as always, you're getting a lot for your money. Here's an overview of the spec sheet before we dive into our impressions. 

CRF 300L Engine:

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  • Engine Displacement: 286cc
  • Type:  Single-cylinder, four-stroke
  • Cooling:  Liquid-cooled
  • Bore x Stroke:  76mm x 63mm
  • Compression Ratio:  10.7:1
  • Valve Train:  DOHC, four-valve
  • Fueling: Fuel Injection, 38mm throttle body
  • Max Power: 27hp @ 8,500 rpm
  • Max Torque:  19.6 lb-ft @ 6,300 rpm
  • Transmission: 6-Speed
  • Final Drive: Sealed O-ring chain, 14/40T sprockets

Chassis, Suspension, And Brakes:

  • Front Suspension/Travel: 43mm inverted fork, 10.2 in travel, non-adjustable
  • Rear Suspension/Travel: Pro-link monoshock, 10.2 in travel, preload adjustable
  • Front Brake: 256mm single front disk, two-piston caliper
  • Rear Brake: Single-piston caliper, 220mm disc
  • Front Wheel: 21-inch, spoked, tube-type
  • Rear Wheel: 18-inch, spoked, tube-type
  • Front Tire:  IRC GP21 80/100-21
  • Rear Tire: IRC GP22 120/80-18

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Dimensions:

  • Rake (Caster Angle):  27 degrees  
  • Trail:  4.3 in
  • Ground Clearance:  11.2 in
  • Seat Height: 34.7 in
  • Fuel Capacity:  2.1 gal
  • Fuel Economy: 72 mpg
  • Wet Weight:  306 lbs

Instruments and Electronics:

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  • Instruments: Backlit LCD display, digital tachometer, fuel level gauge, clock, odometer/trip meters, gear indicator
  • Rider Aids: ABS standard, selectable on rear wheel only

Honda CRF300L: The Good and Bad

We'll start out by saying this is by far the best CRF-L Honda has built to date, bar none. Just about everything that needed love on the outgoing CRF250L has been addressed, and the new bike is effectively better in every way.

With that being said, there were no changes from the 2023 model. That means this is still a fairly budget-built dual sport, and as such, it ain't perfect. Here's our take on what Honda got right and where they've still got room to improve. 

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"On pavement the 300L is fun and flickable, especially for a bike on 50/50 tires."

2024 CRF 300L: The Good

  • Outstanding versatility
  • Budget-friendly ADV capability
  • Looks like a legit enduro bike
  • Seat height is much lower than a legit enduro bike
  • Excellent slip-assist clutch
  • Major engine and fueling improvements
  • Minimal maintenance

Let us start by saying it's pretty crazy how much of a difference 36cc can make. The 300L sports a slightly stroked version of the outgoing 250cc engine, but that minor change has a major impact. 

Our biggest complaint with the outgoing bike was that while it had a nice midrange and surprisingly punchy top end, the low-end grunt was lacking.

That's no longer the case with the 300L, which we found was more than happy lugging around a gear high, especially on higher-speed two-track trails and gravel roads. 

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Honda has also updated the gear ratios for the 300L, shortening up the first five cogs and essentially converting 6th into a dedicated overdrive for highway miles.

This allowed us to keep the power where we wanted it on twisty backroads and rocky hill climbs alike while also enjoying a comfortable 70 mph cruise with minimal vibration between trails. 

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Seat height was another major takeaway from our time with the 300L. Unlike the sky-high WR250R we rode it alongside during our recent camping trip, the 300L is easily flat-footed by riders under the 6-foot mark.

This bodes well for the entry-level off-roaders the 300L is aimed at, but anyone and everyone can appreciate being a little closer to the ground when the going gets sketchy. 

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 We'll also note that one of our test riders who had just come off a 300L Rally noted the standard 300L was a much more confidence-inspiring bike in the dirt.

Most of that we chalked up to the narrower space between the knees making the 300L easier to hang onto, but the nearly 30lbs weight difference between the two models also makes a noticeable difference. 

When it comes to handling, the Honda's non-adjustable suspension is nothing to write home about, but it's capable and predictable everywhere you take it.

We had a damn good time flicking the little CRF around North Georgia's finest mountain roads, and have yet to find any terrain it couldn't chug through when the chips were down. 

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Last but not least, this is a Honda thumper we're talking about, so we'd be remiss if we didn't point out you're getting a ton of bike for pennies on the dollar.

With its long travel suspension, handsome enduro looks, and impressive 16,000-mile gaps between major services, the CRF300L is the definition of bang for your buck in every way that matters. 

Honda CRF300L: The Bad

  • Suspension on the softer side
  • Suspension isn't adjustable
  • Non-existent wind protection
  • Snatchy low speed fueling
  • Switchable ABS at rear wheel only

Honda's CRF-L has come a long way from its humble trail bike beginnings in 2008, but it's still by no means perfect. It's a tough bike to complain about considering the asking price, but we'll do our best here. 

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"Travel is adequate out back, but the shock is definitely on the soft side"

First things first: While the 300L's suspension is by far the best it's been, it's still much softer than more hard-nosed alternatives from the likes of KTM or even Honda's own CRF450L. Damping in the fork is good enough to soak up big hits with minimal drama, but the back end is still too soft to tackle gnarlier terrain with grace. 

This led to more than a few "seat spankings" when picking up the pace over chunkier rock gardens and jumps, especially when riding downhill standing over the back of the bike.

We also noted that abrupt throttle inputs can upset the rear end in a corner, so faster riders will benefit more than usual from a steady hand at the controls. 

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"Bigger hits can feel springy, but the 300L soaks up rocky trails well."

Another common complaint we all shared was the Honda CRF300L's snatchy on-off fueling when feathering the bike through rough stuff in first gear. This is a common complaint for any fuel-injected off-roader, but the 300L's abrupt delivery is enough to bump you up over the bars if you aren't careful with your clutch work.

Aside from that, we only have the usual complaints for a road-going dual sport. Wind protection is non-existent, highway speeds are limited (70 is the sweet spot, although the engine will still pull steadily well beyond that), and fuel capacity could use improvement.  

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"We advise a steady hand when cornering at higher speeds."

On that last bit it's worth noting that the CRF300L reliably returned about 70mpg for us, which will get you around 140 miles on a full tank. That was more than enough for an all-day dual-sport ride with a heavy dirt bias, and carrying a small auxiliary fuel bottle was all it took to relieve any range anxiety we might have had.  

FAQ's For the 2024 Honda CRF300L

The CRF300L is our current weapon of choice on our 12 day tour through Vietnam , and we get a lot of questions both on the road and online about the Big Red dualie. Here are a few of the most common we hear and our take on each. 

Is the Honda CRF300L a good bike for beginners?

Absolutely. While the 300L boasts a modest improvement in power over the outgoing model, user-friendliness remains a major highlight of the bike. This thing is nearly impossible to stall, has one of the lightest and smoothest clutches on the market, and boasts a lower-than-average seat height while still delivering over 11 inches of ground clearance. 

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"The softer suspension makes for a great sit-and-ride experience offroad."

Is the CRF300L reliable?

Reliable as an anvil. Honda has a long-standing reputation for making bulletproof single-cylinder bikes, and the 300L's powerplant is more proven than most. We've hammered these bad boys over countless miles of remote backcountry and they've never left us stranded.  

Is the 300L comfortable for taller riders?

So far we've had riders up to 6'3" on the 300L with zero complaints. The rider triangle is comfortable both seated and standing, although riders on the taller end of the spectrum may want a riser for improved ergonomics when they're up off the seat. 

Should I buy the 300L or the 300L Rally?

Ultimately this depends on your intended use, but personally we prefer the standard 300L. While the Rally is definitely better suited for long miles on the highway, it's also a bit heavier and bulkier between the knees. Both bikes will benefit greatly from a few aftermarket tweaks, but we'd prefer to start light and dirty and build from there.  

Final Thoughts on the CRF300L

Dirt cheap, wildly capable, and damn good-looking, Honda's CRF300L continues to drive a hard bargain in a competitive market. There's a reason this is the best-selling dual sport currently in showrooms, and bang for your buck is just one bullet point on an impressively long list. 

All things considered, we can't recommend the 300L highly enough. Sure, it will benefit from a few aftermarket upgrades (namely suspension and a skid plate), but it doesn't actually need anything  to get out there and pull proper adventure duty. 

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"A few 300L's with the 450 headlight treatment. Big improvement in our opinion."

If Honda would put a better shock out back and a redesigned headlight up front (something like Kawasaki's updated KLX 300, for example), they'd have a proven contender for years to come, but considering the 300L's $5,500 asking price, there's really no room to say the CRF-L doesn't deliver either. 

With that being said, aftermarket support for the 300L is robust to say the least and as we all know, farkling a new dual sport is half the fun of owning one. Whether you're new to off-roading or looking for your next lightweight adventure build, the CRF300L deserves a spot at the top of your list.   

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So THAT is what that button is... Errrr, I mean. Bummer. Just get one from the dealer. Can't have mine now that I know what it does.  

i actually find it hard to believe that it just fell off. i've had to remove mine before, and i swear i thought i was gonna destroy it taking it off.  

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The fact that the dealerships actually stock shit is one of the benefits to Harley Davidson. Should be an easy thing to run in and grab.  

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Mine came off after my bars were replaced by dealership. Probably very difficult to remove if installed or re installed properly. I left the dealership and on the highway went to run thru the trip meter and as soon as I touched it bye bye it went. Either they had them in stock or borrowed one from another bike. Never happened again.  

I know how you feel took out my 2020 RGS for a burn,get home wiping it down the cover plate directly under the fork lock is gone! Go to the dealer the service writer says no warranty some one took it. It is a three part deal and 78.00! A tech hears an escalating debate developing and says “let’s go see.The three of us walk out The writer says If the bars were replaced I would replace Under warranty.They were stock The tech is tapping my grips and winks With his back to the desk goof I answered “ Last winter you guys installed kahuna heated grips could that be the problem? Parts should be here in a week covered under warranty.Wow  

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I guess I need a new bike.... I was trying to figure out why we were showing the handle bars when the reset button is down by the speedo....  

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Driver Information Interface (A-type Meter)

The driver information interface shows information such as the estimated travelable distance and fuel economy of the vehicle. It also displays messages such as warnings to other helpful information. When a warning message displays, please check the message and contact a dealer to have the vehicle inspected if necessary. Please refer to the pages below if the Engine oil pressure low or Engine temperature too hot message is displayed.

If the Engine oil pressure low Warning Appears

Overheating

Switching the Display

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Gauge Display Settings

Range/fuel/trip meter.

Roll the left selector wheel to switch between trip meter A and trip meter B.

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Shows the total number of miles or kilometers driven since the last reset. Meters A and B can be used to measure two separate trips.

To reset the trip meter, display it, press the left selector wheel, and then select Reset .

  • The trip meter is reset to 0.0.

Average fuel economy

Customized Features Defaulting All the Settings

Shows the estimated average fuel economy of each trip meter in mpg or l/100 km. The display is updated at set intervals. When a trip meter is reset, the average fuel economy is also reset.

Instant fuel economy

Shows the instant fuel economy as a bar graph in mpg or l/100 km.

Shows the estimated distance you can travel on the remaining fuel. This estimated distance is based on the vehicle’s current fuel economy.

Speed/Time/Trip Meter

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Elapsed time

Shows the time elapsed since Trip A or Trip B was reset.

Average speed

Shows the average speed in mph or km/h since Trip A or Trip B was reset.

Shows the current audio information.

Audio System Basic Operation Start Up Audio/Information Screen System Updates Adjusting the Sound Display Setup Voice Control Operation Playing AM/FM Radio Playing SiriusXM ® Radio Playing an iPod Playing a USB Flash Drive Playing Bluetooth ® Audio HondaLink ® Smart Shortcuts Wi-Fi Connection AT&T Hotspot* Apple CarPlay Android Auto TM

Shows the current phone information.

Bluetooth ® HandsFreeLink ® Using HFL HFL Menus HondaLink ® Assist

Navigation*

Entering a Destination Saved Places Recent Gas Station More Map Input

Shows the compass screen.

Turn-by-Turn Directions

When driving guidance is provided by the navigation system*, Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, turn-by-turn directions to your destination appear.

Android Auto TM

Apple CarPlay

Driver Attention Monitor

The Driver Attention Monitor analyzes steering inputs to determine if the vehicle is being driven in a manner consistent with drowsy or inattentive driving. If it determines that the vehicle is being driven in such a manner, it will display the degree of the driver’s attention on the driver information interface.

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When you select Driver attention on the driver information interface, bars on it light up in white to indicate the degree of the driver’s attention.

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If two bars light up, the Driver attention level low message will appear.

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If one bar lights up, the Driver attention level low. Time for a break. message will appear, a beep will sound, and the steering wheel will vibrate. If this message appears, stop in a safe location and rest for as long as needed. The message will disappear when the left selector wheel is pressed or when the system has determined that the driver is driving normally. If the driver does not take a break and the monitor continues to detect that the driver is very tired, the message will appear again after approximately 15 minutes, accompanied by a beep and steering wheel vibrations. The message does not appear when the traveling time is 30 minutes or less.

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The Driver Attention Monitor resets when:

  • The engine is turned off.
  • The driver unfastens the seat belt and opens the door while the vehicle is stopped.

For the Driver Attention Monitor to function:

  • The vehicle must be traveling above 25 mph (40 km/h).
  • The electric power steering (EPS) system indicator must be off.

Depending on driving conditions or other factors, the Driver Attention Monitor may not function in the following circumstances:

Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)

  • The condition of the road is poor; e.g., the surface is unpaved or bumpy.
  • It is windy.
  • The driver is frequently operating the vehicle in an assertive manner, such as changing lanes or accelerating.

Customizing

You can change the Driver Attention Monitor settings. Select Tactile and audible alert *1 / Tactile And Audible Alert *2 , Tactile alert *1 / Tactile Alert *2 or OFF.

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AWD Torque Distribution Monitor*

The indicators on the display show the amount of torque being transferred to the right front, left front, right rear, and left rear wheels.

Intelligent Variable Torque Management (i-VTM4 TM ) AWD System*

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Occurs, under specified conditions, when seat belts are latched or unlatched.

Seat Belt Reminder

Maintenance

Shows the remaining oil life and Maintenance Minder TM .

Maintenance Minder TM To Use Maintenance Minder TM

Tire Pressure Monitor

Shows each tire’s pressure.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) with Tire Fill Assist

Safety Support

Indicates the status of the Road Departure Mitigation system, CMBS TM , Low Speed Braking Control*, blind spot information system*, and Parking Sensor System*, such as On, Off, or Failure, by color and letters.

The following colors indicate the status of any of the above-mentioned systems:

  • Green: The system is on.
  • Gray: The system is off.
  • Amber: There is a problem with the system.

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Road Departure Mitigation System

Blind Spot Information System*

Collision Mitigation Braking System TM (CMBS TM )

Low Speed Braking Control*

Parking Sensor System*

Safety Support Indicator (Amber)

Safety Support Indicator (Green/Gray)

Speed/Distance Units

Enables you to show another unit on the driver information interface and audio/information screen and set the displayed measurements to read in either miles and mph or km and km/h.

Press and hold the left selector wheel when you select No content on the driver information interface. Each time you do this, the unit will change from miles and mph to km and km/h or vice versa. After this, a confirmation screen will appear for a few seconds.

Press the left selector wheel when the Brightness screen is displayed.

When the power mode is in ON, you can use the left selector wheel to adjust instrument panel brightness. Brighten: Roll the left selector wheel up. Dim: Roll the left selector wheel down.

Press the left selector wheel to exit.

  • The brightness dims when the ambient light is dark.
  • The brightness brightens when the ambient light is bright.

You can choose which icons to display on the home screen.

  • Roll the left selector wheel to scroll to select Gauge display settings , then press the left selector wheel.
  • Roll the left selector wheel.

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  • Roll the left selector wheel to scroll between icons, then press the left selector wheel to check or uncheck them.

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You can check if there are any active warning messages.

Use the driver information interface to customize certain features.

List of customizable options

Example of customization settings, how to customize.

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  • Default Setting

The steps for changing the “Trip A” reset timing setting to When fully refueled are shown below. The default setting for “Trip A” reset timing is Manually reset .

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  • Roll the left selector wheel until Meter setup appears on the display.
  • Press the left selector wheel.

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  • The display switches to the customization setup screen, where you can select When fully refueled , IGN OFF , Manually reset , or Back .

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  • The Selected appears, then the display returns to the customization menu screen.

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  • Press the left selector wheel after Back appears on the display.
  • Repeat Step 6 until you return to the normal screen.

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Re-setting trip 2 display on C7 Moscow plus

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Hi, Anyone having problems re-setting trip 2 to zero? For trip 1, it always works flawlessly by holding ‘set’ button for a few seconds. But, when I try that for trip 2, it rarely works until I play with it many times (ie. I keep holding down that set button, after quickly clicking on it twice. I usually need to repeat that several times before trip 2 goes to zero). Annoying to say the least. Maybe I am missing something here? Thanks!  

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Lol, might need to check your manual. Pages 23/24 of my Moscow Plus manual. "Press the SET button for 2 seconds to clear Trip 1" "Trip 2 shows the previous riding distance for 30s after tthe display is turned on; it can be reset automatically to start to record the current session’s mileage" So you can clear Trip 1 with the set button but Trip 2 clears automatically after a timeout and is meant to record the current sessions mileage. I had the same "issue" as you until I spotted this.  

Bitmugger said: Lol, might need to check your manual. Pages 23/24 of my Moscow Plus manual. "Press the SET button for 2 seconds to clear Trip 1" "Trip 2 shows the previous riding distance for 30s after tthe display is turned on; it can be reset automatically to start to record the current session’s mileage" So you can clear Trip 1 with the set button but Trip 2 clears automatically after a timeout and is meant to record the current sessions mileage. I had the same "issue" as you until I spotted this. Click to expand...

I mean if you turn the C7 display on, it will show the trip 2 odometer reading for 30 seconds then automatically reset to zero on it's own. No button presses needed.  

Hi, Thanks! Sounds so simple. I will try. Feel foolish re all the many times I was double clicking and pressing and holding the set button. Thanks again!  

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