The Triumph Herald Sedan 1969 was a revolutionary design that blended the classic British styling cues of the Triumph brand with modern touches and features. This small, two-door saloon model featured a unique front grille that brought a hint of American muscle car styling, along with a distinctive bulbous bonnet with a stylish eyebrow shape. This was complemented by a full-width, curved windscreen and the classic chrome Herald badge at the centre of the bonnet. The exterior had a sporty edge to it, with chrome detailing, and wrap-around bumpers at both the front and rear. Inside, the Triumph Herald was a comfortable and roomy four-seater, with folddown rear seats that gave access to the expansive boot. Its practical dashboard was finished in woodgrain with chrome insets and a number of clever storage compartments, giving the interior a luxurious feel. Under the bonnet, it was powered by an 1180cc four-cylinder engine that leant the car a surprising amount of power. Even at low speeds, the Triumph Herald was a pocket rocket with an impressive turn of speed - it could reach 60mph in just 14 seconds. The Triumph Herald was a firm favourite among classic car enthusiasts and auto collectors, who often seek out the 1969 model due to its superior performance and style. Whether youre driving it on the highway, or simply admiring it parked in your driveway, this small saloon is sure to turn heads with its timeless design and impressive capabilities.
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