Triumph Rocket 3 R Price, Mileage, Review - Triumph Bikes

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.

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).

The new Triumph Rocket 3 gets evolved styling with the round headlamps, teardrop fuel tank, and the massive chrome exhausts protruding from the side of the engine that distinguish the model immediately. The bike gets a chopped rear fender and twin slash cut exhausts that highlight the single-sided swingarm. The new Ricket 3 uses an all-aluminium frame now with the engine acting as a stress member. The overall bike is about 40 kg lighter than its predecessor.

Power on the 2020 Triumph Rocket 3 R comes from the 2500 cc in-line three-cylinder engine that belts out 165 bhp at 6000 rpm and a massive 221 Nm of peak torque at 4000 rpm. The motor is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Suspension duties are handled by 47 mm, USD forks from Showa at the front with 120 mm travel that are compression and rebound adjustable. The rear sports a Showa monoshock unit with a piggyback reservoir and remote adjuster with 107 mm travel. Braking duties are taken care of by twin 320 mm discs upfront with Brembo Stylema monobloc calipers, and a 300 mm rear disc with Brembo M4.32 calipers.

The 2020 Triumph Rocket 3 is equipped with a host of electronics including four riding modes, traction control, cornering ABS, hill-hold control and more.

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