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Motorbike Mondays: Honda Grom 2015

March 9, 2015

It’s Monday again and we’re here to brush away your weekend blues with our latest motorbike review. This week we’re taking a look at the impressive 2015 Honda Grom. With the first models proving to be a big success, the new colour range of the Honda Grom only adds to its appeal.

In today’s 2015 Honda Grom review we’ve got the low-down on this sleek and sporty compact bike.

2015 Honda Grom

Original image by big-ashb

Design

Deriving its name from the urban slang for a young snowboarder or surfer, the Honda Grom is targeted at new riders. The beauty of its design is that it also allows the more experienced riders to join in on the fun – something which bigger, ‘grown up’ bikes may be lacking.

While the 2014 Honda Grom was a beautiful bike, the new graphics and colours available with the 2015 Honda Grom have thoroughly refreshed the lightweight ride. At just 225 pounds, the bike boasts a tough-looking exterior considering its small size. Its 29.7 inch seat height and low centre of gravity mean the motorcycle is lightweight and easy to control, while its size makes it a doddle to park.

Performance and Handling

When it comes to sport motorcycles, the Grom is certainly one of the smallest. Despite its size limitations, when it comes to performance, the Honda Grom’s delivery is huge – providing a lively and entertaining ride.

With its compact 1.45-gallon fuel tank, the economical 2015 Honda Grom also allows you to cover a good amount of land without breaking the bank.

Features

For such a small bike, the Honda Grom packs in plenty of features. The mini bike comes with a four-speed transmission and the single hydraulic rear shock means even the toughest terrain remains manageable. The spacious seating also allows plenty of room for a passenger, meaning you don’t have to be alone on the open road.

The motorcycle’s 125cc fuel-injected engine makes cold starts a breeze and proves, once again, that Honda are unbeatable when it comes to engines and reliability.

With Honda’s reputation for quality and reliability, it’s hardly surprising you want in on the action. Although pricing for the 2015 model has not yet been released, you can expect to pay around the same as the 2014 Honda Grom, starting from just under £2000. Do you think the sought-after 2015 Honda Grom is out of your price range? Check out our comprehensive Honda motorcycle finance page for flexible lending options.

About The Author

Jon Le Roux is co-founder and company director of The Car Loan Warehouse. Being a mad engineering and motorsport enthusiast, I spend more hours than is healthy, watching, reading or talking about cars, boats, motorbikes…..basically anything with an engine.