Triumph Rocket 3 Overview
Known as the British brand's ultimate motorbike legend, the Triumph Rocket 3 owns the world's largest motorcycle engine capacity of 2,500cc. Triumph bought this powerful machine in the Philippines, alongside its launch in the country in 2020.
The class-leading Rocket 3 owns the great things you would want in a motorcycle - beauty, technology, handling, and power.
When it comes to looks, there's no doubt that this cruiser bike is a head-turner. It comes with its signature dual LED headlight, sculpted fuel tank, tailored pillion and rider seats, and 20-spoke wheels.
The Rocket 3 also brags a plethora of features such as TFT instruments, USB charging port, Bluetooth connectivity for convenience. Also available in this bike are cruise control, Hill-hold control, heated grips, keyless ignition, and riding modes, an accessory-fit GoPro Control System, navigation, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), and Traction control.
As for improved handling and stability, it is integrated with upside down (USD) Showa cartridge front forks and monoshock RSU, as well as the torque-assist hydraulic clutch. Braking duties, on the other hand, is provided by dual front discs and single rear disc.
Talking about its powerful performance, the Rocket 3 houses a roaring 2,458cc inline 3-cylinder, water-cooled, DOHC, Euro 5 engine. This power mill can deliver a healthy 165 hp and 220 Nm of torque. These figures allow this roadster to reach a staggering record of 0-60 mph in 2.73 seconds.
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