Honda Grom

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Honda Grom
Honda Grom 125 at Birmingham 2014.jpg
Manufacturer Honda
Also called Honda MSX125
Honda Grom
Motrac Skyteam M2 & M3
Production 2014–present
Assembly Thailand[1]
Class Standard
Engine 124.9 cc (7.62 cu in) air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Transmission 4-speed
Suspension 31 mm inverted fork; 3.9" travel (front)
Single shock with steel box-section swingarm; 4.1" travel (rear)
Brakes Single disc with hydraulic dual-piston caliper, 220 mm (front) & 190 mm (rear)
Tires 120/70-12 (front)
130/70-12 (rear)
Rake, trail 25°, 81 mm
Wheelbase 1,200 mm (47.2 in)
Seat height 750 mm (29.7 in)
Fuel capacity 5.5 l; 1.21 imp gal (1.45 US gal)
Related Honda Wave

The Honda Grom (MSX125 in Europe and East Asia) is a 124.9 cc (7.62 cu in) air-cooled motorcycle made by Honda Motor Co. Inc. It won the Motorcycle USA Motorcycle of the Year prize for 2014.[2] It is rebranded by Motrac as the Motrac M3 (and Motrac M2 as the electric cell powered version) in Asian markets like Bangladesh, and in Italy in association with Italjet. The Grom is also known as the Skyteam M3 in other European markets.[citation needed] The Honda Navi, a Grom-styled scooter, was launched in India in 2016.[1]

Economy and performance[edit]

Part of the Honda Grom's success has been its fuel economy rating of 134 MPG,[3] 8.6 hp/8 ft lb,[4] and a top speed of 62 MPH.[3]


American Honda Motor Co. Inc., released recall NHTSA 16V-661 on September 12, 2016, for a potential safety issue regarding the fuel pump inlet collapsing, preventing fuel flow. The recall indicates a free replacement of the OEM fuel pump by authorized Honda dealers.[5]


  1. ^ a b Bawikar, Priyadarshan (22 April 2016). "Honda Navi vs Grom: The India Angle". Autocar India. Retrieved 4 July 2017. 
  2. ^ Motorcycle USA Staff (30 December 2014). "Motorcycle of the Year 2014: Honda Grom". Motorcycle USA. Retrieved 30 December 2014. 
  3. ^ a b Petri, Josh. "The Honda Grom: Big Thrills, Tiny Bike". Bloomberg. Retrieved 7 December 2016. 
  4. ^ Dodson, Brian. "Grom: Honda's pumped-up monkey bike hits a sweet spot". New Atlas. Retrieved 7 December 2016. 
  5. ^ "Product Recall Information". Honda Powersports. Retrieved 7 December 2016. 

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