Honda MSX125 Grom
Massively popular the world over for their light weight, compact size combined with awesome handling and Honda reliability which all adds up to some of the most fun you can have on two wheels!
Finally it is Australia’s turn! The Honda Shop in Midland has been pushing for the release of the pocket rocket from Honda way back since it was first announced as many of us here are big fans of the Grom’s older brother, the original Honda Monkey bikes.
We carry many of the Honda Genuine accessories and we can even offer a custom service where you can build up your dream bike from mild to wild all in one place from start to finish and protect your warranty!
Fuel efficiency + fun
Single-cylinder 125cc SOHC four-stroke engine packs a perfect blend of performance with impressive fuel efficiency plus accessible and fun all-around ability. The engine uses low-friction technology such as an offset cylinder and a roller rocker arm for the valve gear.
Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) offers excellent throttle response over a wide range of riding conditions by continuously monitoring several variables to ensure the correct fuel mixture for the existing riding and atmospheric conditions. The four-speed gearbox is managed via a manual clutch and offers smooth and consistent gear changes.
Chassis and Suspension
Integrated fuel tank and side panels with an edgy look. Stacked LED headlight layout and tail light with under-slung exhaust, upswept tail unit. The compact chassis features a sturdy mono backbone steel frame.
Telescopic inverted 31mm front fork, like a full-size motorcycle, delivers 3.9 inches of travel. Steel box-section rear swingarm and a sturdy single shock yield 4.1 inches of comfortable rear-wheel travel. Single front 220mm disc with hydraulic dual-piston calliper and single rear 190mm disc with hydraulic single-piston calliper deliver strong stopping power.
Compact 1200mm wheelbase and light curb weight of 104kg results in amazing agility to boost rider confidence. LCD digital dash includes speedometer, odometer/A&B trip meters, clock and fuel gauge and the Grom has a handy Flip key.
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