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Pricing for the GROM 125 apparently start at $2,999

AWESOME!

No news on any options and pricing for those yet.
 

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$3k is a great price for a bike like this, there should be no question if someone should get a grom or not. But if it makes sense, if a Grom ABS model becomes available at what price can we expect it to be at? $3499?
 

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For a bike with a top speed of 100km an hour. I really don't think an ABS would be worth it or even required. I wouldn't pay an extra 15% for a feature I will probably never use.
 

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ABS in a GROM? I don't see that happening. I wouldn't buy it.
 

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wouldnt abs help attract those people who are not bike savvy but know that on cars, abs is useful to have? forget the technical mumbo jumbo that comes with abs, if i'm getting into the bike scene for the first time hearing that there's no abs might scare people away.. my two cents

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considering he type of bike the grom is I would exactly take it on the highway. The Grom would be ok without the ABS in my opinion. for the more novice rider it would be a nice feature to have when you get out of your comfort zone.
 

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It would take the braver soul to take the grom out to the freeway, it is possible but you won't catch me on there. The grom I feel is more suitable for the suburban neighborhood and lazy side roads. And to some just to bring around to cause some hoonage. Would you guys use the honda grom as a commuter?
 

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Well the Honda Grom has great fuel economy of 100+mpgs. for the route I take to work I don't think it would pan out.
 

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Was there a delivery and assembly fee out from the crate? I think that you have to pay that before it is delivered to the dealership and is factored in to the overall cost.
 

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No information on trims yet. It doesnt seem like there are any trims.
 

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$1000 in taxes and fees seem excessive for a $3000 bike. That's 30% of the MSRP.
Someone broke down the fee's and taxes that amounted to the $800 extra they were paying ontop of the $3000 MSRP and surprisingly all the little fee's add up very quickly.

reason why buying used is better at times, it's just too bad the grom is totally new.
 

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I am sure if you wait a year they will be for sale used. People will buy the GROM as a starter and sell it to move onto larger CC motorcycles.

Me on the other hand. I'm moving back down :)
 
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