Morgan’s most popular model – the 3 Wheeler is now available in the Philippine since 2013. Offering a Filipino with something proudly British, it offers an exhilarating drive that’s raw and engaging on the street or at the track. Inside the three-wheeler is outstandingly a perfect example of good detail and craftsmanship. It’s basic, yes, but overall classy with a nostalgic feel of the post-world war. One of the great features you will enjoy is the starter button that sits beneath an aircraft-style toggle cover. Aspiring to become a practical commuter despite its design, it can easily embarrass sports cars that doesn’t offer any luggage space.
On the front end sits a remarkable motorcycle-derived V-Twin engine sourced from S&S, an American company that’s renowned for tuning Harley-Davidson motors. Old-fashioned power plant comes in a 1976cc form with two overhead valves per cylinder, operated by pushrods. It churns out 80 bhp and 140 Nm at 3250 rpm. The engine is mated to a five-speed manual transmission that complements a leisurely ride yet brings out an awesome sound while cruising on the highway. The Morgan 3-Wheeler is part a car and a motorcycle that’s unique for the Philippine streets.