Environmentally-friendly Honda Grom 2023: The Compact Motorcycle

Honda has recently introduced the 2023 GROM - a compact manual motorcycle aimed at young, active customers. It is considered a perfect bike for those who enjoy customizing and breaking the rules in their own style.


The engine of the Honda Grom 2023 has now been modified to be cleaner and more environmentally friendly. The bike has complied with the latest emissions standards in Japan, equivalent to Euro 5 standards. The suggested retail price for the Honda Grom 2023 is 390,500 Yen (over 70 million VND) and will be available on the market from June 15, 2023.

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The Honda Grom is equipped with a 123.9cc air-cooled, SOHC, 2-valve engine and a 5-speed gearbox. The engine generates 10 horsepower at 7,250 rpm and 11 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm.

The Honda Grom 2023 still features attractive equipment such as USD front forks, mono-shock rear suspension, ABS disc brakes, a 6-liter fuel tank, 120/70-12 and 130/70-12 tires, a seat height of 761 mm, and a weight of 103 kg.

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The Honda Grom is a suitable bike for “modding” enthusiasts, allowing users to easily customize and personalize their bikes in their own style.

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The engine block on the Honda Grom has not only been renamed but also optimized the performance of the bike, upgrading the 4-speed gearbox to a 5-speed gearbox, bringing more exciting experiences for riders. However, the cylinder capacity still stops at 125cc.

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The Full LCD digital instrument panel displays all the detailed information of the bike. There is an additional gear level indicator. Both the headlight and tail-light are LED, both of which have completely new designs that highlight the bike. The lighting performance is wider, enhancing safety on the road.

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The Honda Grom has been further enhanced in safety with ABS braking system with G-Sensor technology, which has smart sensors that automatically send signals to the central processing unit (ECU) to create balance during harsh braking, making the rider more comfortable.

Luân Võ (forum.autodaily.vn)