When do we see the next Honda Grom?

 When do we see the next Honda Grom?

Grom is one great mini bike in Honda’s lineup. There are other models in the same segment that Honda has upgraded.

Like the 2021 Cross Cub 110 and Super Cub, 110 Pro comes amended with new paint schemes plus with compliance regulations.

Website of Honda Japan

On the other side, we don’t see any updates for Grom. However, we can see the new leaked Grom pictures from Young Machines. 

And at the first glimpse, it does look like it is a custom build Grom with an aftermarket exhaust and handguards. However, you can dismiss the notion about these components.

We think this was for the Tokyo Motor Show, which eventually somehow did not take place due to COVID-19.

Timeline and difference

Honda India doesn’t have the Grom in its lineup. Honda Grom dubbed as MSX125 in Europe, and East Asia started its production in 2014.

The four-speed 124cc motor is capable of producing ten hp (7.5 kW) at 7,000 rpm, and a top speed of 90 km/h (56 mph).

Since its production, we don’t see much changes in the Grom. The models 2013 and 2015 were the same. In 2016 Honda skipped the production. On the look and feel in 2017, Honda made minimal changes.

For later years, Honda only focused only on Grom’s paint schemes.

2020 Honda Grom

Take a look at these leaked pictures, and you will get to see there is a difference in the engine case. Now compare the 2020 Honda Grom image and leaked picture.

Upcoming Honda Grom leaked image by Young Machines

Does it indicate Honda has plans to bring in the larger displacement Grom? Or Honda may either have a plan to bring some updates in its upcoming Grom.

Well, we feel Honda may extend the Grom lineup by adding higher displacement Groms.

So when do we expect the new Grom in 2021 or 2022? So it may well be 2021 Honda Grom or 2022 Honda Grom.


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