Triumph is pleased to report that even before announcing the MSRP consumers have shown strong interest in the Rocket III and the list of deposit holders is growing rapidly.Industry experts and enthusiasts who have had the opportunity to review this model have generated intense speculation over the price, with estimates ranging to over $20,000. We've now confirmedthe price will be $15,990, which is an amazing value for a bike with the performance and features of the Rocket III," stated Mark Brady, General Manager, Triumph Motorcycles (America) Ltd. "Throughout the development of this remarkable power cruiser we have taken into consideration the enthusiast's desire to own a premium motorcycle, with state-of-the-art technology and distinctive Triumph styling, at a competitive price."Triumph dealers will be offering a wide range of custom accessories to personalize the Rocket III cruising experience. High-polished chrome, custom flames or a cutting-edge tribal design paint scheme - are just a few of the options available within the Rocket III full accessory line created to excite the customizing ritual which is at the core of the cruising adventure.The new Rocket III is powered by a distinct triple cylinder engine, an engine format that Triumph has distinctively engineered for today's performance enthusiast. Its fuel-injected, longitudinally-mounted, in-line three-cylinder engine has a cubic capacity of 2,294cc - 140 cubic inches - and uses the same size pistons as a Dodge Viper TM. The Rocket III produces almost twice the peak torque than two of almost any other production motorcycles combined - an impressive 147ft.lb torque at 2,500 rpm with 90% delivered at a mere 1,800 rpm.