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2022 Honda Grom mini bike revealed, not coming to India

Written by Nizam Shaikh

Honda has introduced the 2022 Grom Mini-Moto in the North American market at the price starting USD 3,399 which is approximately INR 2.50 lakh. The 2022 Honda Grom comes with updates to its engine, gearbox as well as its bodywork. The 2022 Honda Grom is available in the Non-ABS and ABS options and four colours – Matte Black Metallic, Queen Bee Yellow, Candy Blue and Pearl White. The Pearl White option comes with the Honda SP edition, Red, Blue and White body graphics and Gold finish front suspension, Yellow painted rear suspension spring and Gold painted brake callipers and wheels.

Powertrain & Mechanicals

Powering the 2022 Honda Grom is a new 123.9cc air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke engine with a Programmed Fuel Injection system (PGM-Fi) and electronic ignition. The new engine also features a new 5-speed transmission. The Grom also comes with a 31mm telescopic front fork suspension, monoshock on the rear-mounted to a steel box-section swingarm, a single 220mm disc with a hydraulic dual-piston calliper on the front and a 190mm disc with the hydraulic single-piston calliper on the rear.


The 2022 Honda Grom comes with an all-new bodywork that features a revised headlamp shroud, a flatter bench seat, a squarish fuel tank than before, engine, exhaust, wheels and swingarm are all blacked out, revised exhaust design, a new fully-digital instruments cluster with a speedometer, odometer, tachometer, gear position indicator, A&B trip meters, fuel gauge, clock, and indicator for low/high beam. The 2022 Honda Grom also comes with LED headlamps and LED taillights as well as the optional ABS on the brakes for added safety.

Launch in India

While Honda has not revealed any details if the brand plans to launch the Grom in the Indian market, speculation in the past believe that the Grom 125 will come to India as patents for the model filed at the Indian Intellectual Property office. But looking at the Honda Navi which was a similar looking motorscooter that did not do well in India the brand may not decide to bring the Grom.