Rover 400

The Rover 400 Series, and later the Rover 45, are a series of small family cars that were produced by the British manufacturer Rover from 1990 to 2005. The car was mutually developed during Rover's collaboration with Honda; the first-generation 400 was co-developed with the Honda Concerto and the Mk2 400 being based on the Honda Domani/Civic. Honda petrol engines were used in some Rover models, conversely the market competitive Rover L-series diesel engine was used from the mid 1990s in Hondas, before they designed their own diesel engine.

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Price: 1000 $


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