Triumph America Review
Triumph America Review and specifications
2015 Triumph America clearly rules the current list of the super bikes in the markets. Triumph America is a simple and comfortable cruiser, which helps the rider to keep a focus on enjoying the ride rather than keeping a half mind beneath. Not only great rides, Triumph America specs make it a clear winner.
As per the Triumph America Review the heart and soul of the machine lie in the 865 cc DOHC engine. The use of parallel twin engines in the bike offers a power of 61 hp when at the peak power of 6800 rpm and 72 Nm of torque at 3300 rpm. With a seat height of 27.1 inches and wheelbase height of 63.3 inches, turns it into a comfortable ride for the shorter drivers. Triumph America is 93.9 inches long and 36.2 inches wide. Triumph America parts make the machine more rider friendly and worth an investment. Triumph America is equipped with multiplate wet clutch, stainless steel shrouds, and chromed springs twin shockers with adjustable preload to make it the smoothest drive. Not to forget a front suspension of KYB 41mm.
The front and rare wheels are made out of cast aluminium alloy with 12-spokes. A front brake of 310mm discs and a rear one of 285mm disc topped with Nissin two-piston floating calliper, ensure your safety while riding. A 270-degree firing interval offers a distinct sound feel and look to the cruiser.
Triumph America exhaust is made out of stainless steel twin-walled headers, twin chromed silencers. All the features have enabled Triumph America reviews to reach sky high. Riding the cruiser, flaunt some great triumph America accessories like an accessory seat, luggage for a cruiser and a roadster screen; create your own signature style. For such a great experience and features, the Triumph America price starts from $8,299.00.
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