Updated Honda Grom 125 Price Revealed
Modified On Mar 4, 2021 02:56 PM By Praveen M.
In the US market, the updated iteration costs the same as before
- The updated Grom packs an all-new Euro5-compliant 125cc motor.
- Comes with new interchangeable body panels.
- Has been patented in India.
Honda has revealed the prices of the updated Grom in the US market. Surprisingly, the base motorcycle costs the same as before, at USD 3,399 (around Rs 2.47 lakh). The ABS-equipped variant will set you back by USD 3,599 (around Rs 2.61 lakh). For some reason, the US-spec Grom gets the 2022 model year tag instead of 2021.
The 2022 Honda Grom 125 packs an all-new 125cc Euro 5/BS6-compliant motor. This air-cooled fuel-injected engine, mated to a new 5-speed transmission, pushes out 9.78PS at 7250rpm and 10.5Nm at 5500rpm. Honda claims the updated Grom can reach a top speed of 94kmph and offer a mileage of 66.7kmpl, which is more than decent for a bike of its class.
Another major change lies in the bodywork design. It now gets a four-piece panel held together by just six bolts on each side. This way, it becomes easier to remove and install different panels offered as part of the accessory list. The bike comes with present-day features like an all-LED headlamp and tail lamp, and a fully digital instrument cluster that displays the mileage and gear position indicator along with other standard information.
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Underpinnings include an inverted front fork and a rear monoshock, along with a 220mm front and 190mm rear disc with optional ABS. At 761mm, the seat height is appropriate for shorter riders. Low-speed maneuvering should also be a breeze, thanks to the 103kg kerb weight.
Interestingly, Honda patented the new Grom in India in January this year. It got us thinking what if Honda uses the new Grom as the basis for the upcoming Honda Navi 125? Here’s our detailed analysis. In related news, we took the Honda H’Ness CB350 out for a spin, and here’s what we think of the neo-retro bike.