TRIUMPH ROCKET 111 ROADSTER
Registration Year: 2015 Mileage:
TRIUMPH ROCKET 111 ROADSTER Description.
Absolutely mint Triumph Rocket lll in stock here at Chorley Yamaha..The 2294cc triple-cylinder has been around in various guises since 2004 but in 2009 a ruck of mods upped torque to a mighty 163ftlb, and power to 146bhp. The revised exhaust layout including bigger volume silencers was the reason for the power increase – and incredible noise at high rpm. Forward thinking was crucial along with a right foot that’s poised over the back brake to settle matters down, but that roar as the engine reaches 5000rpm or so was a treat. Gearbox shift mechanism was updated for sweeter shifts and the clutch and shaft drive were beefed up to cope with the extra output… and tomfoolery the Roadster eggs you into.
Our bike is totally standard and in (what i think) is the best colour scheme , 2 owners from new 2 stamps in the book and 2 keys.Buy in confidence from North Wests Leading Premier Yamaha Dealer , one of the biggest UK family owned motorcycle dealer groups. With over 25 years trading experience in all aspects of retail. Test rides welcome. All levels of credit score considered, finance is available on all our products we also welcome any part-exchange. 24 months warranty is given on all new Yamaha bikes , with a minimum 3 months warranty and 12 Months MOT on all pre owned bikes (over 3 years old) (extended warranty available ). All our bikes are fully HPI checked and only sold if HPI all clear . Chorley Yamaha provides pre-delivery checks by our fully qualified Yamaha trained technicians. We offer multiple finance packages each can be tailored to meet your specific needs, call us on 01257 230300 to receive personal quotations for your individual requirements. To request a personalised video call us direct on 01257 230300 or text or watts app on 07869 475714 . Buy in confidence from the leading Family run premier Yamaha dealer in the Northwest! https://www.chorleyyamaha.co.uk/
TRIUMPH ROCKET 111 ROADSTER Specifications
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