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2025 Honda MSX125 Grom comes in new colors, official accessories include Comfort and Travel packages

2025 Honda MSX125 Grom comes in new colors, official accessories include Comfort and Travel packages

For 2025 in Europe, the Honda MSX125 Grom has been updated with new colours and now comes with a range of official Honda accessories. In Malaysia, the Grom was introduced in late 2016 for the 2017 model year, priced at RM11,128.

But the Grom disappeared from Boon Siew Honda’s catalogue in 2018, and there seems to be no sign of the minibike ever appearing. Meanwhile, in Thailand, the Grom has seen a surge in popularity, with many Thai riders using it as an urban runabout.

In Europe, the MSX 125 Grom gets three new colors for 2025: Candy Blue, Pearl White and Matte Black Metallic. There’s also a new body that gives the Grom an aggressive look with redesigned side panels and a new sporty lower body.

Emblazoned with the new Grom logo, the bodywork can be easily removed for customization to the owner’s taste using decals, graphics or trim. Adding to the Grom’s appeal are two “Packs” available from the official Honda accessories catalogue.

The first of these is the Comfort package, designed to enhance driver comfort. This consists of black hand protectors to direct air away from the driver’s hands and forearms, while a dark instrument cover protects the chest and shoulders.

The travel pack adds carrying capacity to the Grom, increasing the versatility of the mini bike. Designed exclusively from Grom, the saddlebags offer a total capacity of 10 litres.

The contents are protected by a waterproof inner lining and each bag comes with handles and straps for easy carrying when disassembled. A rear carrier comes as part of the Travel pack and creates a handy boot floor for attaching larger items.

There’s also a rear seat bag that offers a 15-litre carrying capacity, expandable to 22 litres and comes with a rain cover and a carry handle. Other than that, there are no mechanical changes to the Grom.

Power comes from a 125cc single-cylinder, air-cooled mill fed by Honda’s PGM-Fi, giving the Grom 9.65 hp at 7,250 rpm and 10.5 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.

A five-speed transmission and chain final drive send engine power to the rear wheels. Fuel is carried in a 6.0-litre tank and seat height is set at 761mm, while weight is claimed at 103kg.

The Grom rides on 12-inch wheels shod with 120/70 rubber up front and 130/70 at the rear. Braking uses single hydraulic discs front and rear, while suspension is handled by inverted telescopic forks up front and a preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear.

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