Overall rating: 4.00 4/5 based on 13 reviews | Write a Review

*Ex-Showroom price:

22.46 Lakhs*
It's the price of the bike exclusive of duties, taxes, depot charges, and insurance. To get on-road price, click on 'get onroad price' button below
EMI starting from 83735
This is an estimated EMI based on the Interest rate of 10.99%, Loan Duration of 24 Months, Loan Amount of 80%. The EMI might vary based on the Bank.
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Key features
  • Engine: 2294 Cc
  • Mileage: 21 Kmpl
  • Power: 146 bhp
  • Weight: 367 Kg
Triumph Rocket III Roadster Price in India

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Price in India

  • Pros

    • Behemoth Appeal
    • Mighty 2300cc Engine
    • Scary Acceleration
  • Cons

    • Weighs Extremely Heavy
    • Limited Sales And Service Network In India

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Overview

Triumph Rocket III Roadster is a super machine with a big body and powerhouse engine. It is a bike which can make heads turn with its presence and sheer excellence of performance. Despite it's overwhelming huge size, this is a machine made to give a pleasurable thrilling ride. Carrying the world's biggest production motorcycle engine Rocket III moves around with a thunderous sound and effortless smoothness. Blackened components including radiator cowls, rear mudguard rails, airbox cover, fork protectors, and mirrors give Triumph Roadster a menacing look.

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Engine & Transmission

It is powered by the world's biggest displacement engine ever on a mass production motorcycle engine, namely a massive 2,294cc, Liquid-Cooled, DOHC, In-Line 3-Cylinder unit that delivers an impressive 221Nm of torque at 2,750rpm. It has more torque at idle than most superbikes at full chat. The engine is paired with an agile chassis, a rigid Tubular steel frame and a sophisticated suspension which ensure first class riding and handling performances. The latest engine is unrestricted thereby delivering its full strength in the first three gears giving it a mighty punch.

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Mileage

You need to churn out quite some money to ride this killer machine. The company says that its 2013 Triumph Rocket III Roadster offers an average fuel consumption of 30 MPG city and 45 MPG highway.This makes it slightly less efficient than its competitors and implies that its 5.9 gallon tank will only make you cover around 200 miles before the fuel runs out. The big monster is needs more fuels for its throttle and power like any super machine.

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Performance and Handling

The signature massive twin headlights makes a powerful style statement and lighting up the road ahead at night for safer riding. The 2.3 litre, three-cylinder engine is designed to be a thrill to ride, yet easy and intimidating too, despite its thunderous roar. If you enjoy tremendous amount of torque, this bike is for you. With a shaft drive that needs no maintenance outside the scheduled service intervals; the Triumph Rocket Roadster is extremely reliable, durable and engaging that you could even go touring on it. It also features a sophisticated anti-lock braking system that makes 100 calculations each second to ensure the rider retains full control under extreme braking. Making quite a statement when it comes to the way it looks, the Triumph Rocket III is an excellent performing, and very comfortable motorcycle. Riders will enjoy its aggressive character all the way through the powerband while the way this bike handles makes everyone drool over it.

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Competitors

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Competitors

Triumph Rocket III Roadster
Triumph Rocket III Roadster
22.46 Lakhs
Get on Road Price
2294 Cc
21 Kmpl
* Showing information of base variants
Users Reviews

Triumph Rocket III Roadster Users Reviews (13 reviews)

Good for long tours
Overall rating: 3.75 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 16 Jun 2015
I frequently go on road trips on bike, so I chose the Rocket III Roadster. I have ridden it around 1300 kms till now and I must say this is a very good bike from Triumph. Whether it is comfort, ride quality, or power, it excels in every aspect. The only drawback of the bike is the poor service network, which is guess,... Read full review »
Powerpack Bike
Overall rating: 4.00 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 15 Jun 2015
I completely agree with the words of Mr. Jagjeet Singh, this bike has got a really powerful engine. The engine is capable of displacing 1699 cc and it churns out maximum power output of 96.6 bhp @ 5200 rpm and has a maximum torque of 156 Nm @ 2950 rpm. It is mated to a 6 speed gearbox. But the only negative point which... Read full review »
Perfect Cruising bike
Overall rating: 4.00 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 15 Jun 2015
I completely agree with the above reviews of people, but I want to add that the after sales service of the Triumph is actually poor in our country. Moreover the spare parts of the triumph are very costly. Coming to the comfort, this bike has a very good suspension. The rear shockers are 5 position adjustable which make... Read full review »
Awesome Bike
Overall rating: 4.50 Reviewed By: (Guest) on 13 Jun 2015
I am staying in New Delhi currently, I bought the Rocket III Roadster in the year 2013 and the performance of this bike is very good. It got a very powerful engine of 1.7 litres. Moreover the riding posture is very good, the person will feel comfortable while riding, even on long journeys. Read full review »

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