Honda aims small with first models for its new lineup.

The three small displacement machines announced earlier this month are squarely aimed at the fun-loving crowd. The popular Grom is back and better equipped for 2020 with optional ABS. The funkiest of the bunch is the Monkey, tracing its roots to the 1961 Honda Z100. Rounding out this recent announcement is the CB300R standard. 

"For Americans, motorcycles are all about fun, and it would be hard to find three bikes that better represent that particular emotion," said Chris Cox, American Honda's Manager of Experiential Marketing/Press. "The Monkey, Grom and CB300R appeals to riders from multiple generations and with varying experience levels, and all three squeeze modern features into diminutive, entertaining packages. It's no wonder they continue to be very popular with customers."

Look for these at your nearest Honda dealer soon!



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