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Honda did design the seat to be a bit long and more than likely to serve this purpose of fitting a passenger rather than being a single person bike.

The Grom/MSX125 also has passenger pegs.

 

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considering the fact that the Grom / MSX 125 does have rear pegs that's a give away that it's able to take on a passenger. Just matter of whether the rider wants to have one.
 

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Looking at the amount of space it might be a little too close for comfort when riding with a passenger. Not to mention that the engine might struggle a bit trying to haul the extra passenger's weight. You can expect it to be a lot slower.
 

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Go slow with your woman. Good times. I plan to take my kids for a ride
 

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There's not really a lot of space on rear of the seat, unless both the driver and passenger are both really skinny. I could see a lot of people falling off due to lack or room. I don't think taking any passengers on one of these bikes would be very safe.
 

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Hahahaha
 

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Lol at the 10/90 weight ratio.

Anything is possible on the Grom if you put your mind to it.
 
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