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How they gonna explain to their customers about the headlight and turn signals different than in the picture when the Grom arrives?
 

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I haven't seen the U.S. banner or poster yet. I have seen another one but it's with a MSX 125.
 

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I am surprised Honda is a bit delayed with the advertisements I haven't seen anything on the Honda Grom besides the video.

But finally...
 

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How they gonna explain to their customers about the headlight and turn signals different than in the picture when the Grom arrives?
How I see it, some people won't know and buy the bike with no questions like that asked or they will know, possibly being a member on a forum like this and already have the answer to their question and also not bother asking.
 

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Or the dealer have no clue...
wouldn't be surprised, even with cars it's like this, some sales people are the more uninformed or unengaged people in what they are selling. It helps to have a salesperson thats actually into the product
 

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I always wonder how much training they give sales people on new vehicles. I seem to know more about the cars and bikes I look at than the sales guy/gal

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It's funny because its a MSX125 in the photo.
 

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I always wonder how much training they give sales people on new vehicles. I seem to know more about the cars and bikes I look at than the sales guy/gal

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training.... they probably just give them the order guide, tell them to study it and thats it. plus im sure there aren't that many people they actually need to sell a bike to. seems like a lot of people buying a grom will be those going in knowing this is the bike they want.
 

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training.... they probably just give them the order guide, tell them to study it and thats it. plus im sure there aren't that many people they actually need to sell a bike to. seems like a lot of people buying a grom will be those going in knowing this is the bike they want.
Yup. Makes sense because dealers have to know about multiple cars specs and I doubt they even really care. Only the great salesman make the effort to actually know their product. Buyers tend to obsess over the vehicles they are thinking of buying.
 

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They do the reading for us, gotta thank them for that haha

I bet some members on here will hold way more knowledge on these bikes than the people selling them. But im sure we'll have some shops on here selling them that are as passionate about the Grom as we are
 

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I think pretty much the only people who will know more about the GROM than the enthusiast owners are the engineers.
 
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