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2014 Honda Grom Sportbike on 2040motos

US $2,999.00
YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Pearl Red
Location:

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, US

Winston-Salem, NC, US
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Honda Other description

2014 Honda Grom, Grom is Here - Big Attitude. Honda’s 2014 Grom is a fresh, new way to add some fun, practicality, independence and style to your life. Fun: This new machine is a blast to ride, offering all the excitement of a full-sized motorcycle but in a package that just about anyone old enough to have a license can handle. Practical: The Groms thrifty Honda engine means you can run it on pocket change, and you can park it just about anywhere too. Independence: With your own wheels, you can bag the bus and forget about having to beg for rides from your friends or—shudder—your Mom. Stylish: Check out the Grom for yourself. And then think of it as a blank canvas, waiting for you to customize it. The new Honda Grom. Big attitude. Ride one and see.

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