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Triumph Stag

1977 (R) CONVERTIBLE 

22
£9,750
1977 (R)
Finance Available £188 pm
  • 3L
  • 22kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
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Triumph Stag

1974 (M) 3.0 JUST 41000 MILES BY 3 OWNERS AND PAPERWORK TO BACK UP LOVELY A 2-Door 

12
£18,993
1974 (M)
Finance Available £372 pm
  • 3L
  • 41kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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Triumph Stag

1978 (S) manual . with o/d 2-Door 

Price Reduced
10
£10,950
1978 (S)
Finance Available £213 pm
  • 3L
  • 60kMiles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Convertible
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About Triumph Stag cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Blue
Most popular fuel type Petrol
Average price £13,797
Average mileage 40,250

Triumph Stag

p>The Triumph Stag was produced by British Leyland from 1970 to 1977. An elegant convertible grand tourer offering 2+2 practicality, its reputation has improved dramatically in recent years making it a home-grown alternative to the Mercedes SL and Alfa Romeo Spyder.

The Stag was only produced with Triumph's 145bhp 3L V8 petrol engine, which was smooth and refined but only managed to achieve leisurely performance, although cars retro-fitted with Rover's bigger 3.5L V8 aren't uncommon. Thankfully, the reliability issues that plagued the original engine in the 1970s have now been resolved, making standard-spec models a much more welcome proposition for any fan of the Stag.

The distinctive burbling engine and sleek good looks are complemented by a fun drive, but the Stag is really more of a cruiser than an out-and-out sports car like the smaller TR6. Most cars were sold with a three-speed automatic box which suited its more laidback character, but the more economical manual with overdrive is still highly sought-after.

If you're looking for a classic British open-top tourer, there are lots of good restorations out there. If you are thinking of buying a used Triumph Stag, check out Motors.co.uk to find the best one for you.