Rover 216

The Rover 216 is a small car that was produced by the British company in the period from 1991 to 2000. The Rover 216 was the 200 series of the manufacturer affiliated and was in direct competition with the Opel Astra, Ford Focus and VW Golf class leader. A total of four Rover 216 left the factory halls and were sold as new cars. The base model was powered by a 90 hp 1.6 - liter four-cylinder gasoline engine. Rover 216 Si in the engine develops thanks to fuel injection 102 (Vitesse) and 112 hp (Si). As the most powerful model of the Rover 216 GSi or GTi was designed. The same design used in this gasoline engine develops 122 hp and is small car up to 208 km / h. Forward to working with the Japanese company Honda, the Rover 216 was designed in-house. Allusions to the Civic and installed parts made ​​in Japan can be found in spite of all Rover 216 car. From 2000, the Rover 25 took over the baton of the Rover 216. Because of this small car as a used car offers good reliability, you'll still find many models of Rover 216 car market.