Honda Grom

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Honda Grom
Honda Grom 125 at Birmingham 2014.jpg
Also calledHonda MSX125
Motrac M2 & M3
Skyteam M3
Engine124.9 cc (7.62 cu in), air-cooled, four-stroke, single
Transmission4-speed manual
Suspension31 mm inverted fork; 3.9" travel (front)
Single shock with steel box-section swingarm; 4.1" travel (rear)
BrakesSingle disc with hydraulic dual-piston caliper, 220 mm (front) & 190 mm (rear)
Tires120/70-12 (front)
130/70-12 (rear)
Rake, trail25°, 81 mm
Wheelbase1,200 mm (47.2 in)
Seat height750 mm (29.7 in)
Fuel capacity5.5 l; 1.21 imp gal (1.45 US gal)
RelatedHonda 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]

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 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.[5]

Variants and Similar Models[edit]

The Honda Navi, a Grom-styled scooter, was launched in India in 2016.[1]

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").


  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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