Honda XRM

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Honda XRM
A Honda XRM with modified seat cover
Manufacturer Honda
Production 2001 - present
Class underbone
Engine Type 4 Stroke, OHC, air-cooled
Transmission 4 speed rotary
Brakes Front: Front disc brake, single piston caliper
Rear: Drum
Seat height 676 mm (26.6 inches)
Weight (94.2 kg) (dry)
Fuel capacity 3.8 Liters
Related Honda Bravo
Honda XRM 125
Honda XRM 125 RS
Honda XRM 3nity 125 Off Road

The Honda XRM is an underbone-style motorbike that is produced and sold in the Philippines. It is called Nice in Thailand but not an Off-Road type.[1][citation needed] Since 2001, the Honda XRM has been released with a 110 cc engine, but 2007 has seen the release of the Honda XRM 125 cc which uses the engine from the Honda Wave. It is designed for both on- and off-road use.

Ease of modification and readily-available parts and accessories have made the Honda XRM popular, particularly with underbone riding culture, with numerous rider clubs being formed across the country. Unfortunately, these modifications (especially to the handlebars and wheels) could pose dangers, as they are not specifically included in the product's engineering, and often defeat the "Dual-Sport" nature of the motorbike.

The Honda Bravo is a derivative of the Honda XRM designed for city use, but it carries the same frame that is used by NF100 (Wave100 - both models) not the frame of the XRM.

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