Honda Monkey For Sale

The 2018 Honda Monkey is a retro style bike, based on the popular Honda Grom, which re-imagines the original Z50 monkey bike and is powered by a 125cc single cylinder engine which puts out 9bhp.

Pros

  • Cool, compact and learner friendly

Cons

  • Best avoid A roads

Wiki

It's powered by a Euro 4 compliant air-cooled 125cc single cylinder four stroke engine, producing 9.3bhp at 7,000rpm and maximum torque at 5,250rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame and swingarm
  • 220mm disc up front with Nissin 2 piston caliper
  • 190mm disc at the rear with Nissin single piston caliper
  • Single channel ABS with IMU (front only, anti stoppie)
  • Upside down fork with 100mm travel
  • Dual rear shocks with 104mm travel
  • 4 speed gearbox and fuel injection
  • LED lighting all round

While the original Honda monkey bikes were 50cc this new version is based heavily on the 125cc Grom, with slightly chunkier tyres, a classic tear drop tank and high exhaust like the original. There's also dual rear shocks, a Chrome fender, classic lights, quilted/piped seat and even an alarm. Power, economy and range are roughly the same but it weighs 5kg more due to more metal bits.

The dash is a modern LCD affair with a fuel gauge, start-up monkey animation and the key can even make the bike flash remotely. The 5 Y-spoke 12" wheels take a chunky 120/80 at the front and 130/80 at the rear.

Colours: Black, red, "banana yellow"

Did You Know?

It re-imagines the Z50J Monkey

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Price Guide

Year Dealer Private Part Ex Mileage
2018 £3,700 £3,000 £2,600 1,900

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