|EMI Tenure||Bank Interest %||Installments||EMI Total|
|12 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|18 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|24 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|30 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|36 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|48 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
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The 2016 Rocket III Roadster is one of the largest capacity motorcycles in the world. The Rocket was originally marketed as Cruiser in the American market but later Triumph repositioned the Rocket into the street fighter/muscle bike niche.
The 2016 Triumph Rocket III Roadster has a muscular profile and is designed with plenty of attention to detail, which will appeal to motorcycle enthusiasts across the country. The bulk of the bike makes it a bit a difficult to zip through traffic. However, the dimensions are ideal for highway cruising. The Rocket III Roadster offers a relaxed, laid back riding position. This improves rider comfort and prevents fatigue while riding long distances.
The Triumph Rocket III Roadster is powered by a 2294 cc, liquid-cooled, 3-cylinder engine that churns out a peak power output of 146 bhp at 5750 rpm and has a peak torque output of 221 Nm at 2750 rpm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox. The bike comes with fuel injection technology as standard.
At the front, the Triumph Rocket III Roadster is equipped with upside down forks with 120 mm travel. At the rear, the Rocket III Roadster comes with twin shock absorbers with 5 position adjustable preload.
At the front, the Triumph Rocket III Roadster is equipped with twin 320mm floating discs combined with Nissin 4-piston calliper. At the rear, the bike gets 316 mm single disc combined with Nissin 2-piston floating calliper. The bike also gets Anti-lock brake system as standard feature