It’s easy to see why everybody loves the Honda Grom: Its fun factor is off the charts. You get all the excitement and freedom of a motorcycle, while the low seat height and light weight make it a blast to ride with just about zero intimidation. Best of all, for 2015, some fresh new graphics and colors make the Grom even cooler.
The Honda Grom has probably put smiles on more people’s faces than just about anything in the recent motorcycle world. And it’s easy to see why: This little pocket rocket may only displace 125cc, but its fun factor is off the charts. It’s a blast to ride—you get all the excitement and freedom of a motorcycle, but because it’s so user friendly and approachable there’s just about zero intimidation. Best of all, some fresh new graphics and colors make the 2015 Grom even cooler.
And the Grom makes ton of sense when it comes to dollars and cents too: You can run it on pocket change, and you can park it just about anywhere too.
So what are you waiting for? Life on Planet Grom is a whole lot more fun than where you’re living now. And the best part is there’s a Grom with your name on it, waiting for you.
For 2015, the Grom gets some fresh new graphics and colors, so this hot little bike looks cooler than ever.
What makes the Grom so much fun? It all starts with a great motor. The Grom’s single-cylinder design is light, narrow, and revs fast. Fuel injection helps performance, electric starting makes it a snap to get going, and plenty of maintenance-reducing features mean more time to ride.
One of the best parts about the Grom is something no other bike can match—Honda’s reputation for quality and reliability. Lots of companies might skimp on those traits with their small bikes. Not Honda, and not on the Grom. It’s built to the same Honda engineering standards as all our other bikes. That’s because we think disposable may be okay for a coffee cup, but not for a motorcycle.
Sure the Grom is small, but it’s packed with features just like our bigger bikes. Exhibit A: the four-speed transmission. You get all the control and performance of a standard motorcycle gearbox, and the fun or shifting and deciding when to shift. Exhibit B: Hydraulic disc brakes front and rear give you excellent stopping power.
With its low 29.7-inch seat height, lightweight, low center of gravity and narrow construction, the Grom inspires confidence, and is a blast to flick around corners.
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