(Press release edited by WebBikeWorld ) - Honda's first two-wheel announcement of the 2017 powersports model year is headlined by the popular Grom, which gets a comprehensive redesign for a sharper, more aggressive look.
In addition, Honda announces a number of returning models for 2017, including the practical PCX150 scooter and the CRF family of trail bikes.
"We're excited to refresh the Grom with an assertive new look for 2017," said Lee Edmunds, Manager of Motorcycle Marketing Communications at American Honda.
"Since its 2014 introduction, this fun-loving motorcycle has been a big hit in a little package, single-handedly establishing a thriving market for small-wheeled, small-displacement, big-personality road bikes that lend themselves to personalization.
Now, the Grom's styling is even more exciting without losing any of the original's fun appeal." Honda Motorcycles & ATVs ... See MoreSee Less
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