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At the moment colors available on the 2014 Honda Grom are Metallic Black and Pearl Red, both pictured below.

Pearl Red Honda Grom


Metallic Black Honda Grom
 

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Metallic Black Honda Grom all the way. I'm not a big fan of red, but the Pearl Red doesn't look too bad either.
 

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there's also a yellow we don't get, i know for sure though that yellow is available in Japan. Sucks big time we just get black and red while the rest of the world gets black, red, white and yellow.

picture of a yellow honda grom:
 

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I would have been more upset if they didn't give us black. I've been noticing a trend lately where black hasn't been offered at launch. I would think it is the most popular and best seller out of all the colors.
 

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The yellow is a bit dirt bike like.


I do like the red and black.
 

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Seems like white and red Honda Groms will be the most popular in my opinion and the ones that really want to stand out will get the yellow. Most likely the Stunt guys will get the yellow and add a touch of their own with stickers and vinyls.
 

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I personally like the red on the Grom as i emphasized that on the other threads ;)

But the white is nice too. For the stunt guys they will have a bunch of battle scares when executing insane stunts. after seeing the marketing for the Grom I'm sure it will interest a lot of those guys in to doing stunts, wheelies, stoppies and all.
 

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I personally like the red on the Grom as i emphasized that on the other threads ;)

But the white is nice too. For the stunt guys they will have a bunch of battle scares when executing insane stunts. after seeing the marketing for the Grom I'm sure it will interest a lot of those guys in to doing stunts, wheelies, stoppies and all.
that does bring up the thought of sliders, haven't seen what sliders guys in Thailand have been using but there must be some out there we can use cause it will definitely help keep away some of those battle scars on the body.
 

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I personally like the red on the Grom as i emphasized that on the other threads ;)

But the white is nice too. For the stunt guys they will have a bunch of battle scares when executing insane stunts. after seeing the marketing for the Grom I'm sure it will interest a lot of those guys in to doing stunts, wheelies, stoppies and all.
haha yeah especially when your doing this...
 

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Crazy guys, I think I would give it a try since the Grom might more forgiving then a full sized CBR600RR or even CBR1000RR.

Stoppies all day
 

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i would have prefered red, black and gold without the silver parts, having those silver parts in gold would look muchhh better

 

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It is popular for stunts because of its small size and light weight and forgiving engine (not super high powered)
 

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How much do you think it would costs to paint the Grom? It doesn't seem like there is a lot of surface area to cover. It could be pretty cheap.
 

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How much do you think it would costs to paint the Grom? It doesn't seem like there is a lot of surface area to cover. It could be pretty cheap.
wrapping the Grom might be a better thing to do and it's permanent. at least when it comes time to sell it will be easier since it will be a completely stock bike without any custom things that can't be undone easily.
 

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wrapping the Grom might be a better thing to do and it's permanent. at least when it comes time to sell it will be easier since it will be a completely stock bike without any custom things that can't be undone easily.
Exactly wrapping is a cheap solution and you can buy kit to do it yourself. If you make a mistake you can just tear it off and start over. Even plastic dip is the same. Not too much people paint these days.
 

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I've been looking into plastidip. It looks like the best option to me. What do you use to remove the plastidip if you want to change it up?
 
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