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Triumph Thunderbird Commander Review

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Triumph Thunderbird Commander Review
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Triumph Thunderbird Commander Review

A Short Guide to the Triumph Thunderbird Commander

The newest Triumph entry into the market is the Triumph Thunderbird Commander LT and it is quite impressive. In this simple Triumph Thunderbird Commander review, we are reviewing the top features of this bike.

Triumph Thunderbird Commander review

The impressive 1700cc engine is the largest capacity parallel twin motorcycle engine in the world and it generates the best torque-free riding experience in the world. The double overhead camshafts, a crankshaft with 250 degree finding intervals, and a sequential fuel injection system with progressive throttle linkage, make it the best investment for your money. The impressive engine produces a super-fast 94PS (93bhp) at 5400rpm and an impressive 151Nm (111 lb.ft) of torque at 3550 rpm.

The company is also offering several Triumph Thunderbird Commander accessories along with the bike in the form of machined engine fins, chrome covers  against black barrels and crankcases, a smooth polished top yoke, stainless steel fork shrouds, Triumph signature headlamps, badges and LEDs, signature tail lights, and rear indicators and so on. This unique styling imparts a wonderful advantage when the Triumph Thunderbird Commander vs. Storm triumph Thunderbird Commander comparisons are carried out.

The Triumph Thunderbird Commander price tag of an impressive $15,699 is quite scary and it may put off most of the buyers. Buyers can choose from crimson sunset, red lava red, phantom black, and storm grey colors. However, you should know that the Triumph Thunderbird Commander bike is impressive in power, appearance, and wonderfully good quality for money.

 

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