Triumph Rocket III Bikes For Sale

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Specs

  • Seat Height: Low (750 mm / 29.5 inches)
  • Weight: Very Heavy (367 kg / 809 lbs)
  • Fuel Capacity: Very High (24.0 litres / 6.3 US gallons)
  • Economy: Poor (35 mpg / 8.1 l/100km / 12.4 km/l)
  • Range: High (180 miles / 290 km)
  • Top Speed: High (125 mph / 201 km/h)
  • Capacity: Very High (2,294 cc)
  • Power: High (146 bhp / 109 kW)
  • Power to Weight: Average (0.398 bhp/kg / 0.297 kW/kg)
  • Redline: Average (6,500 rpm)
  • Road Tax / VED: Very High (£101 Per Year)
  • Launch RRP: £10,000

For Sale (25)

  • Triumph Rocket 111 Classic 2004 Lots of extras
    £7,480 🤍
    • £180 Over Guide Price
    • 2004
    • Batley(Map)
    • ebay
    • LOW RATE FINANCE NATIONWIDE DELIVERY AND PART EX
  • 2004/54 TRIUMPH ROCKET TRIKE DESIGN REVERSE GEAR
    £16,495 🤍
    • 2004
    • Darlington(Map)
    • ebay
    • 54 TRIUMPH ROCKET TRIKE DESIGN REVERSE GEAR
  • TRIUMPH ROCKET III CLASSIC 2008 08 REG 20,478 MILES BLACK USED MOTORCYCLE 2294CC
    £7,795 🤍
    • Guide Price Match
    • 2008 (20,478 miles)
    • Fleetwood(Map)
    • ebay
    • TRIUMPH ROCKET III CLASSIC 08 REG 20,478 MILES BLACK USED MOTORCYCLE 2294CC
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Price Guide & Used Prices

Year
Dealer
Private
Part Ex
Mileage
2018
£13,300
£10,650
£9,300
4,900
2017
£12,600
£10,100
£8,850
6,700
2016
£11,950
£9,550
£8,350
8,500
2015
£11,300
£9,050
£7,900
10,300
2014
£10,650
£8,500
£7,450
12,100
2013
£9,950
£7,950
£6,950
13,900
2012
£9,400
£7,500
£6,550
15,700
2011
£8,850
£7,100
£6,200
17,400
2010
£8,400
£6,700
£5,900
19,100
2009
£8,050
£6,450
£5,650
20,700
2008
£7,800
£6,250
£5,450
22,300
2007
£7,550
£6,050
£5,300
23,800
2006
£7,400
£5,950
£5,200
25,200
2005
£7,300
£5,850
£5,150
26,400
2004
£7,300
£5,850
£5,100
27,600

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Gear & Accessories

Review In A Few

Pros

  • Gets under your skin like nothing else
  • Weight + fat tyre = grip
  • Loads of torque

Cons

  • Expensive on rubber and fuel
  • Really big and heavy
  • Low speed handling

What Is It?

The Triumph Rocket III is a popular cruiser style bike and is powered by a liquid cooled 2,294 cc triple engine, producing 146 bhp at 5,750 rpm and maximum torque at just 2,750 rpm.

Features include:

  • Steel tubular frame and shaft final drive
  • Dual 320 mm discs up front with Nissin four piston calipers
  • 316 mm disc at the rear with Brembo two piston caliper
  • ABS system
  • 43 mm Kayaba upside down fork with 120 mm travel
  • Dual Kayaba shocks with pre-load adjustment and 105 mm travel
  • Counter-balanced crank shaft to stabilise the bike
  • 3->1->2 exhaust system
  • 5 speed gearbox with gear position indicator

The Rocket III's claim to fame is having the largest production bike engine and the cylinders are arranged front to back to produce a thin engine which fits between your legs, despite being more powerful than most cars.

Other features include an easy to remove pillion pad, so you can keep it looking good when out solo. Early bikes were electronically limited to 125 mph but can be flashed to unleash the full potential of the engine.

The 5-spoke 17" front wheel takes a 150/80 tyre and the rear 16" a 240/60.

Accessories include Chrome engine dresser bars, colour coded panniers, fog lamps, multiple screen options, footboards and plenty of Chrome bling.

Colours: Black, matt black (£200 extra), red

The original Rocket III ran from 2004-2009, with a blacked out engine from 2005 to give it a more powerful demeanour. The Rocket "Classic" 2006-2009 model only differs in that it has more relaxed bars and floorboards. They merged into the Roadster in 2010 with a new exhaust.

Model History & Updates

2010-2012: Tourer special edition with leather panniers, pillion backrest and tall screen. The very different Rocket III Touring model was designed to appeal to the US cruiser / Harley market.

2015: Rocket X limited edition to celebrate 10 years of being the largest capacity motorbike. It's limited to 500 units with numbered side panels, a special ground high gloss finish from 8-Ball and black flyscreen. To make it stand out the handlebar, mirrors, exhaust and wheels have been blacked out.

2019: Limited edition new TFC model introduced with a new engine, more power, less weight and all the modern equipment you would expect for £25,000.

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Popularity & How Many Left

Year
On Road
Off Road
Total
For Sale
2018
10
3
13
26 / month
2017
20
4
24
7 / month
2016
84
22
106
23 / month
2015
140
28
168
25 / month
2014
128
20
148
46 / month
2013
110
32
142
44 / month
2012
62
13
75
Rarely
2011
112
34
146
31 / month
2010
144
60
204
54 / month
2009
129
62
191
36 / month
2008
148
63
211
82 / month
2007
173
75
248
23 / month
2006
201
95
296
6 / month
2005
178
104
282
94 / month
2004
218
135
353
70 / month

Source: DVLA

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