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1972 Triumph TR6 Review
taterhd72 says:
vs1972 MG MGB
1972 Triumph TR6 winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
  • Back Seats
  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Front Seats Ranked 1972 MG MGB worse.
"Wider and more supportive with more leg-room, transmission tunnel is considerably smaller in the Triumph resulting in less incursion to the seat area and a less cramped feel."
Back Seats Ranked 1972 MG MGB worse.
"There are no backseats in either vehicle however, when the soft-top(drop hood) is folded the TR6 is left with more of the parcel shelf useable."
1972 Triumph TR6Review
Rhona writes:

My Classic Car. — A fabulous, proper sports car. A really good classic. A bit squeaky, not brilliant at cornering but the acceleration was fab. You sit low so it feels like you are faster than you really are. Get the top down on a rare sunny day and it is just fantastic. Needs to be driven not kept in a garage and brought out once a year, get it out there!

Pros: Everytime you drive it people wave or ask you about it.

Cons: Needs a lot of TLC.

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1972 Triumph TR6Review
tr6driver writes:
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Crisp Handling Fun To Drive. — Top down cruising on route 66. This cars draws attention and is a great conversation starter with anyone who appreciates classic British automobiles. Joining a car club enhances the experience, especially when we caravan to a destination. Great car to introduce you to new friends (Car Gurus).

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Good handling, draws attention where ever we go.

Cons: Nothing!!

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1976 Triumph TR6 Reviews

More Power, More Fun By savis

I have always loved the raw, un refined sports car look of the tr6. the larger wheels are perfect for the look. it brings back memories when I was younger, and had friends with Austin healeys bugeye ... Read More

Simple Two Seater Roadster Fun In A Timeless Classic Design. By Sailin6

The car's performance acceleration, braking are adequate. The connection between car, driver and road are exceptional. The handling is excellent for a 70's vintage roadster. It all adds up to incr... Read More

1975 Triumph TR6 Reviews

Fun To Drive, But Expect To Be Under It Almost As Much As You're In It. By lightfoot44

Bought a used one in 1984. First thing necessary was to rebuild the entire engine. Then it was a constant parade of repairs on Carbs, brake and clutch hydraulics,front end suspension parts, cooling ... Read More

1974 Triumph TR6 Reviews

1974 Triumph With Overdrive In 2nd, 3rd, And 4th By wasanicecar

Having a brother who has rebuilt a 73 TR6 from the frame up, there's no comparing a rebuilt engine to a 40 year old car with 66k miles on it, but of the 3 TR6's (unmodified) I've driven over the years... Read More

Fantastic By DMN

The appearance, handling, torque and sound of these cars is superb. When brought back to proper condition they are very reliable and can be driven anywhere. They are easy to maintain and parts are re... Read More

1973 Triumph TR6 Reviews

Review By Guru17MJ7

I cant judge the value because the price was not posted. It is a beautiful car but I need to see the undercarriage. Read More

Good Cruiser By BJ

I liked the looks of the car a lot. It had great styling and the convertable top was awesome on cool fall days. The motor had plenty of torque to pull you along. It was a great car for cruising around... Read More

1971 Triumph TR6 Reviews

Great Car But Typically British By Chris

If you give it a little TLC every weekend it's a great car, skip a week or two and expect to be stranded... Also helps to be good with a test light... Read More

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