|Also called||Honda MSX125|
Motrac M2 & M3
|Engine||124.9 cc (7.62 cu in), air-cooled, four-stroke, single|
|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)|
|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)|
Economy and performance
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 OE fuel pump by authorized Honda dealers.
In June 2015, Honda also issued a Non-Compliance recall for the emissions sticker on the swing arm for 2014–15 models. Authorized dealers were sent new emission stickers, with the correct information.
Variants and Similar Models
The Honda Monkey, introduced in 2018 (as the 2019 model year), is based on the Grom engine and running gear. It is styled to resemble the Honda Z series Mini Trail (commonly known as "Monkey Bikes").
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