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2016 Triumph Rocket III Roadster

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We could paraphrase it and say that this is one kind of temperamental sumo fighter who has plenty of power, looks very seriously and muscular, but in fact in itself has a certain amount of the sport spirit, just get to know the Triumph Rocket III Roadster.

The 2016 Triumph Rocket III Roadster is powered by liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder engine, displacement of 2294cc, which delivers 148 hp (109 kW) at 5750 rpm and maximum torque of 221 Nm (163 ft- lb) at 2,750 rpm, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. As for fuel consumption in city driving consumes 8.2 l / 100 km while at a constant speed of 120 km has a fuel consumption of 6.5 l / 100 km. So with a full tank volume of 24 liters can drive about 370 km.

Tubular steel, twin spine frame with front suspension of KYB 43mm upside down forks with 120 mm wheel travel and rear suspension KYB black spring twin shocks with 5 position adjustable preload with 105 mm wheel travel. Cast aluminum alloy 5-spoke wheel (front 17" and rear 16") wrapped in tire dimension (150/80 front and 240/50 rear). In order to curb the power of this giants are in charge of the powerful brakes on front 320mm twin floating discs with Nissin 4-piston fixed calipers and rear brake 316mm single disc with Brembo 2-piston floating caliper where ABS is standard.

Instruments are classic analog performance but thanks to a small digital screens abound with a wealth of information. (Analogue speedometer featuring LCD odometer, trip information, clock and analogue tachometer featuring fuel level indicator, gear position indicator).

Since this is a robust cruiser motorcycle allows pretty deep slopes in curves, of course at a faster ride and sharper entries driver must have a large concentration so as not to lose control on the bike.

New Triumph Rocket III Roadster comes in variants of the Phantom Black with Red twin stripes and Matt Phantom Black with Matt White twin stripes.

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