TalbotMatra Murena Revivaler


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It was a busy time for Talbot, as the new marque introduced both the Matra coupé and the infamous Tagora. There were two Murenas on the Talbot stand, as seen above, but only the 1.6 litre cars were available in the near term. The more expensive 2.2 litre cars only reached the showrooms in the first weeks of 1981.


TalbotMatra Murena Revivaler

MECUK Murena History. Talbot-Matra Murena. In the last run of cars Matra built 480 'S' models which were 2.2-litre cars with the 'Prep 142' modifications included during production. A total of only 10,680 Murena were produced during its short 3 year life, just over half being 1.6 models, and a great car was killed off prematurely to satisfy.


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Talbot Matra Murena 2200 € 16,000.- 5,000 km Manual 02/1982 Gasoline 90 kW (122 hp) Private seller, IT-24040 BG 1 / 13 Talbot Matra Murena 1.6 € 2,250.- 82,000 km Manual 07/1982 Gasoline 70 kW (95 hp) Private seller, BE-6044 Roux Talbot Matra Murena 2.2 € 14,000.- 190,000 km Manual 01/1982 Gasoline 87 kW (118 hp) Private seller, ES-08001 Barcelona


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Murena buyers could choose from a 91 hp 1.6 liter four, or a 116 hp 2.2 liter four. The featured car, however, appears to have the top dog "Préparation 142" (so called for 142 PS it produced) 2.2 with dual Solex carbs. That 142 PS translates into a not-too-shabby-for-1983 140 hp. I say appears, because it also only sports the single.


Touring Garage AG Talbot Matra Murena 2.2 Coupé 1983

£9,200 Winner - gar074 Vehicle Story The Talbot Matra Murena (yes, the 'Talbot' bit does kind of ruin it, doesn't it?) was only built between 1980 and 1983, which is a shame because the world rarely gets tired of mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive sportscars.


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Specifications Engine: OHV inline-four, 1,987-cc, 91 hp at 5,600 RPM / SOHC inline-four, 2,155-cc, 116 hp at 5,800 RPM Transmission: Citroën five-speed manual Suspension: Front, independent, wishbones, torsion bars; Rear, MacPherson struts Brakes: Four-wheel discs Wheelbase: 96.1 inches Curb weight: 2,277 pounds


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Specifications Engine: OHV inline-four, 1,987-cc, 91 hp at 5,600 RPM / SOHC inline-four, 2,155-cc, 116 hp at 5,800 RPM Transmission: Citroën five-speed manual Suspension: Front, independent, wishbones, torsion bars; Rear, MacPherson struts Brakes: Four-wheel discs Wheelbase: 96.1 inches Curb weight: 2,277 pounds


Talbot Matra Murena

The Talbot Matra Murena also had a different engine selection. Its base version made use of a 1.6L displacement engine. Although the more advanced and enhanced version was given a much more powerful 2.2L engine. The Talbot Matra Murena made use of a mid-engine layout. This is quite rear for sports car since the engine hatch is mounted at the.


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The Talbot-Matra Murena. The Murena represented a sizeable evolutionary step over the Bagheera. It looked more modern, had the world's lowest drag factor for a mid-engined production car (a record it would keep until it was bettered by the ultra-low production Panther Solo in 1989) and, significantly, was the first series production car in the.


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The 2.2-liter four-cylinder lives in a small box in the trunk. Silverstone Auctions The auction house does not offer an estimate for this car, but the Murena remains very affordable, with the top.


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Talbot Matra Murena 2.2 Technical Specs 1981,1982,1983: 118 PS (116 hp); Petrol;Average consumption:9.3 l/100km (25 MPG);Length:407.0cm (160.24 inches); Width:172.0cm (67.72 inches); Height:122.0cm (48.03 inches)


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The Matra Murena was a logical development of the Bagheera. It was actually sold as the Talbot-Matra Murena in PSA dealers across Europe, and was a subtle upmarket move for the company, which was pinning its hopes on a long-term furure partnership with PSA. The striking looking car was clothed in a new aerodynamic body and, importantly.


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PSA applied the long-disused Talbot nameplate to its former Simca and Rootes Group products, and—presto!—Matra became Talbot-Matra. Although the new alignment in theory gave the Murena's engineers access to a new array of engines, Matra would be forced to settle for two former Simca designs: a 1,592-cc OHV four and a 2,155-cc SOHC four.


Touring Garage AG Talbot Matra Murena 2.2 Coupé 1983

The Matra Murena is a mid-engined, rear wheel drive sports car that was produced from 1980 through 1983 by the French engineering group Matra. The factory was located in the commune of Romorantin-Lanthenay in the department of Loir-et-Cher in central France. Development history


1983 Talbot Matra Murena 2.2 VIN VF853C432DX704539

Talbot-Matra Murena: Smoothly does it Pictured at rest during the press launch in Morocco. (Picture: CAR magazine) The Bagheera was a good example of that old cliché, 'racing improves the breed', and following Sir Jackie Stewart OBE's 1969 World Championship win at the wheel of a Tyrrell Racing Organisation-run Matra MS80-Cosworth and end-to-end Le Mans victories in 1972, '73 and.


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