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1972 Triumph Dolomite 1850 (91 Hp) | Specifications

Engine specs

Compression ratio 9
Coolant 5.4 l
Cylinder Bore 87 mm
Engine aspiration Naturally aspirated engine
Engine configuration Inline
Engine displacement 1854 cm3
Engine layout Front, Longitudinal
Engine oil capacity 4.5 l
Fuel injection system Carburettor
Number of cylinders 4
Number of valves per cylinder 2
Piston Stroke 78 mm
Power 91 Hp @ 5200 rpm.
Power per litre 49.1 Hp/l
Torque 142 Nm @ 3500 rpm.
Valvetrain SOHC

General information

Body type Sedan
Brand Triumph
Doors 4
End of production 1977 year
Generation Dolomite
Model Dolomite
Modification (Engine) 1850 (91 Hp)
Powertrain Architecture Internal Combustion engine
Seats 5
Start of production 1972 year

Performance specs

Acceleration 0 - 60 mph 11.5 sec
Fuel Type Petrol (Gasoline)
Fuel consumption (economy) - extra urban 6.1 l/100 km
Fuel consumption (economy) - urban 9.3 l/100 km
Maximum speed 161 km/h
Weight-to-power ratio 10.6 kg/Hp, 94.1 Hp/tonne
Weight-to-torque ratio 6.8 kg/Nm, 146.8 Nm/tonne


Front track 1353 mm
Height 1372 mm
Length 4115 mm
Minimum turning circle (turning diameter) 9.4 m
Rear (Back) track 1270 mm
Ride height (ground clearance) 108 mm
Wheelbase 2454 mm
Width 1568 mm

Drivetrain, brakes and suspension specs

Drive wheel Rear wheel drive
Drivetrain Architecture The Internal combustion engine (ICE) drives the rear wheels of the vehicle.
Front brakes Disc, 222 mm
Front suspension Wishbone
Number of gears and type of gearbox 4 gears, manual transmission
Rear brakes Drum, 204x38 mm
Rear suspension Independent multi-link suspension
Steering type Steering rack and pinion
Wheel rims size Front wheel rims: 4.5J x 13Rear wheel rims: 4.5J x 13

Space, Volume and weights

Fuel tank capacity 57 l
Kerb Weight 967 kg
Max load 362 kg
Max. roof load 50 kg
Max. weight 1329 kg
Permitted trailer load without brakes 762 kg
Trunk (boot) space - minimum 375 l

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