2018 Honda Grom
Want to have some serious fun getting from one place to another? As thousands of converts already know, that s where the Honda Grom comes in.
Compact, low to the ground, pocket-sized in terms of price and parking, but such a blast it ll put a giant smile on your face whenever you turn the key. Last year we gave it some sweet updates a new headlight, new two-step seat, new bodywork, and a new muffler. This year you still get all that plus available ABS, along with a healthy dose of Gromitude.
Want to know more? The Grom features a 125cc engine, with a fun factor that s off the charts. Its unintimidating size makes it great for beginners, and a total, flickable joy ride for riders with more experience.
So what are you waiting for? Get yourself a Honda Grom, and start the Gromance. You can do it, and we re here to help.The Fun Starts Here.
The Grom is more than just a cool little bike it looks the part too. If it looks like the Grom is a blast, that s because it is. If you ve got it, flaunt it!Plenty Of Performance.
What makes the Grom so much fun? It all starts with a great motor. The Grom s single-cylinder design is light, narrow, and revs fast. Fuel injection helps performance, electric starting makes it a snap to get going, and plenty of maintenance-reducing features mean more time to rideBike-Sized Features.
Exhibit A: the four-speed transmission. You get all the control and performance of a standard motorcycle gearbox, and the fun of shifting and deciding when to shift. Exhibit B: Hydraulic disc brakes front and rear (plus available ABS) give you excellent stopping power.Mighty Mite.
With its low 30.0-inch seat height, lightweight, low center of gravity and narrow profile, the Grom inspires confidence, and is a blast whether flicking around corners or cruising around townWanna Ride? We re Here To Help!
If you re interested in riding but not sure where to begin, our Learn To Ride site is for you. We ll guide you along every step of the way, telling you what to expect. Helping you find and schedule training. Getting gear. Figuring out which bike is right for you. And what to expect at the dealer. So get started!