Hello Riders! Today we will be talking about all the new Rocket 3R from Triumph Motorcycle. The first product of Triumph came in 2004, and became the most optimum, strong-performance commuter that is leading world motorbike community on its own.
The new Rocket 3R has excellent body strength with a superb cruiser styling, which gives it a premium finish. Showcased in the Indian Bike Week – 2019, it has two versions, but only Rocket 3R will launch for the Indian motorbike community as of now.
Few bullet points:
- Highest torque in the world.
- It has a 2500 cc engine.
- Highest peak power-165 HP.
- Weight is only 291 Kg.
- Price- Rs.18 Lakhs (ex-showroom).
Let’s quickly jump into its specification:
- The motorbike has a different design with two LED headlamps, cast in the 3-headed exhaust, which runs along with twenty-spoke cast-aluminum wheels.
- A massive fuel tank with two mirrors each side, the bike gives us a solitary look.
- Rocket 3R comes with a single-seat set-up and a concealed folded footrest.
- The hefty exhausts from the side of the engine differentiate its looks.
- The motorbike gets a frame at its rear and overall aluminum cover with the “Triumph” name embedded in its body.
- It includes all components in its luggage bag along with its accessories, and its handlebars have a roadster theme.
- The motorbike comes mechanized by a 3-cylinder, water-cooled, 2500 cc inline engine.
- The technology is DOHC (Double Overhead Camshaft).
- It produces a maximum power of 165 bhp at 6000 rpm and a phenomenal peak torque of 221 Nm at 4000 rpm.
- The connection between the accelerator and the throttle is connected utilizing the fuel injector via ride-by-wire.
- Featuring three output silencers, it comes with a 3-into-1 stainless exhaust header.
- It comprises of ABS and traction control with four rider mode.
- The Rocket 3R from Triumph has a water-cooled system with a mechanism for self-start.
- It has a hydraulically operated multi-plate clutch with a 6-speed gearbox.
- The swingarm is single-sided cast aluminum with 47 mm upside-down front suspension, and the rear suspension has a fully adjustable remote hydraulic preload adjuster from Showa.
- The front brake is a dual disk brake of 320 mm while the rear brake has a single 300 mm disc, both taken from Brembo.
- The new Triumph features a multi-functional TFT instrument pack with a wireless speedometer and a trip computer.
- It also features a mechanical tachometer, fuel gauge, and indicator of operation.
- It also has a clock and four rider-modes, namely Rain/Road/Sport/Rider with a TFT connectivity system where you can connect your smartphone via Bluetooth and enjoy messaging, music, and lots more.
The headlights along with the tail-light have LED.
Dimension and weight
- Rocket 3R weighs 291 kg (dry) with a fuel tank capacity of 18 L. The fuel reserve capacity is not yet known.
- The company has not disclosed the mileage and overall riding range.
- The length of the bike is 2400 mm, with a width of 889 mm and a height of 1065 mm.
- As the bike is still to launch in 2020, so we are not aware of the ground clearance.
- The wheelbase is 1677 mm with a trail of 134.9 mm.
Wheels and tires
- The motorbike has alloy wheels with a size of 17 inches each side.
- The front tire is 150/80 R17V, and the rear tire is 240/50 R16V.
The two-color choices of the Rocket 3R-Korosi Red and Phantom Black.
The ex-showroom price in India is Rs. 18.00 Lakhs and on-road price (Delhi) will be Rs. 19.19 Lakhs (approx).
Well, the Triumph Rocket 3R will be the best option if you’re looking for a great bike with the most muscular torque. It provides the rider with total control, comfort, and efficiency.
The most amazing part is that it has a torque that is 71% higher than its nearest competitor. The motorcycle’s performance is unbeatable, with beautiful detail and a luxurious look.
You will improve your stature when riding this new Rocket 3R with personalized accessories.
It’s a monster, and Rocket 3R has no competitor as of now; however, the Ducati Diavel also has a similar specifications with the same price tag.
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