The Triumph TR7 Convertible Cabriolet 1977 is a classic British convertible that combines utility, style, and performance. The TR7 convertible was produced from 1975-1981, and featured a two-plus-two seating arrangement and a power retractable soft-top roof. The exterior of the TR7 is distinguished by its traditional British sports car curves, with its shorter stature, prominent front grille, and four headlamps tucked away beneath the bumper. The interior features leather and wood accents, and is outfitted with analog gauges and toggle switches, offering a classic and timeless look. For those looking for a responsive drive and genuine power, the 1977 TR7 comes with a fuel-injected 2.0L four-cylinder engine that produces 98 hp. Notably, the TR7 was also one of the last production vehicles equipped with a four-speed manual transmission. While drivers looking for a balanced and comfortable ride can take advantage of the independent rear suspension and the fully adjustable dampers. Whether you're looking for a reliable and sporty car for daily driving or a classic British convertible for weekend getaways, the Triumph TR7 convertible cabriolet 1977 is the perfect choice.
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