This was posted 1 year 5 months 18 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

expired Honda Grom 2016 Model $3,290 at Moto Adelaide - Original Price $3,990

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Honda Grom was developed under the “Endorphin Clutcher” concept to be a cool mini sport bike with superior design. The model is set for people who are looking for a flexible funky bike to ride in the city and cruise around the weekends. Visit http://motorcycles.honda.com.au/Naked/GROM for more details

  • Perfect unmarked condition
  • Price is ride away with 3 months registration in SA
  • SA purchasers only
  • Fully serviced and up to date

Interstate buyers please read below freight costs

Freight to
· Melbourne $330
· Sydney $440
· Brisbane $550
· Darwin $1100
· Perth $1100

I couldn't manage to get the sales guy to let me get it on finance but hopefully if it gets enough traction from OzBargain someone will let him know that I put out the good word on it for him and I get a good deal next time I head over there.

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  • +1 vote

    Let the midget comments begin.

  • +2 votes

    $1100 for Darwin and Perth!
    A stamp only costs 50c!

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    Fun to ride around town, a very cheap commuter but they don't like big hills and won't make highway speeds

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      What's max. weight & height recommendation. I'm 6'5" and solid, and got sore knees after 20 mins on my CB900F Hornet, which had an 850mm seat height, so I'm guessing this isn't the bike for me…

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    If you need finance on this you may wish to reconsider your need/desire for this, not to mention the cost of finance would take this up to something that would be far more practical, tho not as fun.

    Good price, I hope other dealers start offering similar offers in other states, SA rego is useless to most interstate buyers

  • +2 votes

    The fidget spinner of motorcycles. There are so many of these for sale with very low km it makes me wonder what's wrong with them. I think people buy them and get over them very quickly when they work out that without a heap of mods they barely do 80km/h.

    InB4: mine does 110, no problem… well, the demo model I tested from a dealer had a pipe, air cleaner kit and some rejetting done and with my 6'2" 100kg+ fat arse on it, it went 82km/h @ wide open throttle. The dealer even said before the ride, "don't take it out on the highway, you'll get run over…" :D

    Good to see they are coming down in price though. At least these are legal, unlike most of the pit bikes the bogans ride around on in my area…

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    So this is essentially a scooter that doesn't look like a scooter.

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