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Honda reveals the Monkey 125

22 April 2018, 05:46 PM Neil Nair
Honda reveals the Monkey 125

- To revive ‘Monkey’ moniker with this 125cc.

- Mild cosmetic changes and bigger engine based on Honda Grom.

- Will not arrive in India.

Honda has revived the ‘Monkey’ moniker with the reveal of the Monkey 125 for 2018.

Visually, the Monkey 125 is similar to the iconic mini-bike although with a few tweaks for a slightly modern appeal. It gets a full-LED headlamp with LED DRL, inverted front forks and a full-digital instrument cluster. Honda has also equipped the bike with disc brakes for both ends and ABS as standard.

The Monkey 125 is based on the underpinnings of the Honda Grom and uses a similar 125cc, longitudinal, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. This unit produces 9.3bhp and 9.25Nm of torque via a four-speed gearbox and final chain drive.

Honda will soon introduce the Monkey in a Scrambler and ‘Café Monkey’ version. The news of the Honda Monkey 125 comes just months after the manufacturer announced the end of production for the 50cc Monkey. While the manufacturer has not revealed prices for the bike, it is expected to go on sale in global markets from next month. 

However, we do not expect the Monkey 125 to arrive in India anytime soon. Honda has the Navi in a similar body style as the Monkey 125 in the country. While it is based on their best-selling Activa, it could not rake in as many numbers.


Honda Navi [2016-2017]

Honda Navi [2016-2017]

  • Displacement109.19 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported50 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)7.72 bhp
  • Kerb Weight101 kg
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Last known Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 44,145

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