Originally introduced to the US market in 1985 as the CMX250C, the Honda Rebel has been around for more than three decades and only recently been updated. Back in 2017, Honda changed the Rebel, bumping the displacement from 234cc up to 283cc, and completely modernizing the bike in terms of componentry and styling. Now, for the 2020 model year, Honda goes back to its little cruiser and gives it a new slipper clutch, which is said to reduce clutch-lever operation load by 30 percent. Revised fork and shock internals provide the rider with a more responsive ride and an updated LCD dash is accompanied by an LED headlight, turn signals, and taillight to tie together the bike’s updated look. If you think the Rebel 300 is too small for your needs, you could always upgrade to its bigger brother.