Monday, March 17, 2008







        Street Legal Vehicle Goes 70 MPH and Gets 42 MPG



March 17, 2008

Making public debut at this week's New York Auto Show, is a 3-wheel "auto cycle" by

Tri Fun, Inc. of Lighthouse Point, Florida. A $9995 msrp, combined with an amazing

42 miles per gallon fuel economy rating, makes this peppy truck a bargain for both business

and personal use.

Powered by a 4 cylinder, 970cc minivan engine, with Delphi electronic fuel injection,

this vehicle has a top speed of 70 miles per hour. With a 5-speed manual transmission,

air conditioning, heat, am/fm cd player, and radial tires, this is truly a full functioning vehicle,

and is fun to drive.

This truck was introduced at the National Powersport Dealer Convention this past February

at the RCA Dome in Indianapolis, in which several dealers throughout the US signed up

to franchise the product. Roughly half of the dealers signed to market the product will be

new car auto dealers. Only 3000 units will be sold in the US this year, as production begins

in late March.

A smaller, less-powerful version of this vehicle has been sold in countries, such as, China, Italy,

and India over the last two decades. This custom designed and branded TriFun version is manufactured solely for the US market and is made in China. All EPA and DOT testing has

been conducted in California in order to satisfy requirements in the US.

The target businesses are caterers, landscapers and lawn services, pizza or parts delivery

services, factory and school maintenance chase vehicles, municipalities, trash removal,

retirement and theme parks, as well as, personal use and tow-behinds. A 4-door sedan and

Rag-top surrey version are due soon, and a sports car and electric version is coming next year.

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