The Triumph Dolomite Sedan 1978 is a classic and reliable classic British car from the 1970s. It is a four-door sedan with an aerodynamic and distinctive look, which stands out from the crowd. The exterior of the car features a sloping roofline, while its straight chrome bumper and blacked-out C-pillar give it a sporty appearance. Its classic British style is complemented by a range of vibrant colors, from shades of green, silver and red to light blue. Inside, the Triumph Dolomite Sedan 1978 is spacious and comfortable, featuring deep leather front-row seats, adjustable headrests, and carpeted interior surfaces. The Dolomite is equipped with air-conditioning, a CD player, and a variety of additional interior features. The car's dashboard has a solid wood steering wheel and classic analogue gauges, which add to the feeling of class and sophistication. Under the hood, the Triumph Dolomite Sedan 1978 is powered by an 18V, 8-valve, 1.8 L engine. This engine is capable of producing up to 71 horsepower and 109 Nm of torque, making the car suitable for city driving as well as long-distance journeys. It performs at its best when paired with a four-speed manual transmission and maintains good fuel economy. In terms of safety, the Triumph Dolomite Sedan 1978 is equipped with seatbelts for all passengers and an anti-lock braking system. Furthermore, the vehicle's crash-tested body and engaging performance make it a secure and reliable choice.
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