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Used Triumph cars for sale


Triumph are a classic British brand, manufacturing cars with charm and charisma. Beloved by classic car enthusiasts, Triumph cars are iconic - from the Stag to the Spitfire. You can find a range of pre-owned Triumphs for sale at or search for a local Triumph dealer.

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Finance Available £427 pm
  • Engine Size2.1L
  • 72kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleConvertible

M&M Automotive

  • 16kMiles
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Pure Triumph Woburn

  • Engine Size1L
  • 24kMiles
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Pure Triumph Woburn

  • Engine Size1.2L
  • 836Miles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual

1 Car Company

  • Engine Size1.1L
  • 7.7kMiles
  • TransmitionManual

Pure Triumph Woburn

  • 2.7kMiles
  • TransmitionManual

Pure Triumph Woburn

  • Engine Size0.9L
  • 3.8kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual

Abbey Motors Ltd

  • Engine Size2L
  • 77kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleSaloon

The Car Agents Ltd

Finance Available £668 pm
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Historics Classic and Sportscar Auctions Ltd

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About Triumph cars on

  • What's the most popular Triumph colour? Black
  • What's the most popular Triumph fuel type? Petrol
  • What's the Triumph 's average price? £12,210
  • What's the Triumph 's average mileage? 26,538

Used Triumph

Triumph is one of the many British car brands to have reached iconic status, but has done so with its own unique style and spirited attitude. With almost 100 years of history, it’s certainly a classic marque and even years after becoming defunct, Triumph cars are admired for their contribution to the automotive arena.

The company has its origins in 1885, and began making motorcycles. The first car was produced in 1921 in the form of the 10/20, and while success wasn’t great the 1927 Super 7 soon put that right. On the back of this, the company became known as The Triumph Motor Company in 1930, and set its focus on the luxury market.

Some of the first offerings of the newly branded organisation were the Southern Cross, Gloria and Dolomite. These were great cars that reflected the designs of the time but had a certain difference to them that stood out.

Following the war, the Triumph was bought by the Standard Motor Company and the Roadster, Renown, Mayflower, TR2 and Herald were created. A mix of sports, up market and small affordable cars, the brand was hugely popular during this time.

Into the 60s and 70s, Triumph became part of British Leyland and subsequent cars included the iconic Dolomite Sprint, Spitfire and 2.5PI, as well as the TR 6, 7 and 8. Unfortunately for the brand, BL had a reputation for cost cutting and while Triumphs of this era were great to look at, they were notoriously unreliable.

The 80s saw the downfall of the company and the Acclaim was one of the last models produced. Triumph ceased to exist in 1984, but left a legacy of greatness. While its history was erratic, there’s no denying that the cars it released were always right up there in the popularity charts and demonstrated everything that was great about British motoring at the time.

If you’re desperate to get hold of a second hand Triumph car, can help you out. There’s a plethora of different models available, and you can find some of the more widely produced ones for next to nothing. Rarer models are also there, but prices are obviously higher, although you’ll be privy to generous price discounts.

The fact is that Triumph was a true great during its time and you can continue to appreciate its appeal today by checking out the range of used cars for sale right here!