2020 Triumph Rocket 3 GT Launch in India | First Impression Review | Price, Specs

 2020 Triumph Rocket 3 GT  touring variant of Rocket 3R Launch in India at INR 18,40,000 lakh (ex-showroom) Book 

2020 Triumph Rocket 3 GT Launch in India | First Impression Review | Price, Specs
 Rocket 3 GT is a touring cruiser with lower seat height, fore-aft adjustable feet-forward controls, and a standard passenger backrest.

Triumph launch Rocket 3R and Rocket 3 GT in December 2019.  Which got its power from a massive 2,294 cc in-line triple, and rocket 3 get an extra cylinder compared to the most common V-Twins. 
 and the company claims "World Biggest Production Motorcycle Engine"

The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission with a torque-assist clutch, and all that asphalt-buckling power reaches the rear wheel through a stout driveshaft. Throttle-by-wire and an IMU support a host of electronic features, including four riding modes, cornering optimized ABS and traction control, cruise control, and hill hold control.

Triumph has thrown in every high-tech electronic available to its flagship offering. It comes with Triumph’s second-generation TFT screen and keyless ignition. It also gets four riding modes that adjust the throttle response accordingly and a traction control system. Some other highlights include Google navigation, clutchless shift, MyTriumph connectivity app, and cruise control among many others.




 Inline 3-cylinder, DOHC


 Water Cooled    


 2458 cc


 167PS @ 6,000 rpm


221Nm @ 4,000rpm 

Bore/ Stroke

110.2mm  85.9mm


 Shaft, Bevel Box



Seat Height




Front Brakes

 Dual 320mm disc

Rear Brakes

 Single 200mm disc



Front Tyre


Rear Tyre


Front Wheel


Rear Wheel


Fuel Tank


 Dry Weight        

 294 kg 

Shoeb Farooq, business head, Triumph Motorcycles India, said, “We are focusing greatly on how to continue to create excitement in this industry. We all know we are stressed in the industry right now. The focus from our side is to continuously give a reason for customers to come to our showroom and buy our products.”
He informed that the company is focusing on bringing new products with aggressive pricing in each segment to overcome the current headwinds faced by the industry, especially in the premium motorcycle segment.

“We have launched the Rocket 3 GT at a very aggressive price of INR18.40 lakh, INR40,000 more than the Rocket 3R that we already have. I am sure this is going to go very well with the current situation in the industry,” Farooq said.

Globally, the price difference between Rocket 3 GT and the Rocket 3R could range between INR1 lakh and INR2 lakh depending on the variant, he added.

Stating that the Rocket 3 GT completes the Rocket range which has the roadster and tourer variants, Farooq said, “This is another addition to our already robust BS-VI line-up. We are having the biggest line-up of BS-VI in the premium space. This is the 13th BS-VI motorcycle model we have launched in India.”

The company had started launching its BS-VI-compliant models from January onwards though the last four-five months were turbulent.

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