The 1982 Talbot Samba LS Microvan was a quirky little van that had a childlike enthusiasm that captivated customers. The exterior featured a rounded, boxy design with a short wheelbase, giving it a stubby, compact silhouette that waved to the classic VW camper vans of the past. Its grille featured Talbot's proud lion emblem across the front, symbolizing the power and strength behind its performance. The interior of the Samba LS was surprisingly comfortable with a large dashboard and cabin space. The materials used were of a low grade and very basic and there was no power available in the van. The driver's seat was adjustable, and the steering wheel was adjustable as well, providing extra convenience and comfort for the driver. Seating was limited and the Samba LS only had two front seats and two rear benches with the capacity to fit up to five passengers. Its power came from a four-cylinder, 849 cc petrol engine, with a four-speed manual transmission. The power of this engine allowed it to reach a maximum speed of 80 mph with moderate acceleration. The van performed on both long distances and in-town driving, making it increasingly popular with practical and leisure users alike. The Talbot Samba LS Microvan was known as an efficient and reliable van. It featured a good fuel economy and had a higher payload than many of its competitors, meaning it was a great option for those on a budget. Its bright and cheerful appeal as well as its undeniable practicality made it the perfect choice for those looking for a light-duty work van or a leisure vehicle.
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