Rover Streetwise | CARkeys

Rubric: Rover | 25 May 2015 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise | CARkeys
Rover Streetwise | CARkeys

Rover Streetwise review There are various ways of looking at the Streetwise concept . Here’s one I prepared earlier: after a period in which MG Rover has, for various reasons, been unable to bring a new small hatchback to the market, the Streetwise is yet another way of squeezing value out of the old Rover 200, a car which has already been reincarnated as both the 25 and the sporty MG ZS. Thrifty use of existing material, I call it. But there are other ways of describing the process, and I wouldn’t want to be accused of being uncharitable. So let’s start again. Okay. The Streetwise can also be considered as the next logical step in the evolution of lifestyle off-roaders. ...

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Rover Streetwise | Auto Express

Rubric: Rover | 14 May 2015 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise | Auto Express
Rover Streetwise | Auto Express

The trouble with growing up is that life gets serious on you. As a kid, you could spend all day playing in the garden with your Tonka truck, pretending to shift tonnes of soil around and then carting it indoors to show your mum. Impractical rear seats, switchgear quality, problems with LPG and electric windows Our long-term Rover Streetwise has given me the chance to return to my childhood – not only have I been messing about in my back yard, but the car did a good impression of my four-year-old son George’s Tonka. That is partly down to the enlarged bumpers and raised ride height giving a tough look, but also because it’s practical as well. While landscaping my garden, ...

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Rover Streetwise | Wheels24

Rubric: Rover | 12 May 2015 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise | Wheels24
Rover Streetwise | Wheels24

Rover Streetwise Rover has a limited budget to develop new models so the company is desperate to get as much value as possible out of existing models. The Streetwise is based on the Rover 25, which has been on sale since 1995. Rover says the Streetwise opens up a new market sector for them and they are positioning the Streetwise with its robust looks as a lifestyle vehicle. Therefore they took the Rover 25 to gym (and a plastic surgeon) to create a new niche model. The result is the Streetwise with muscular SUV looks. But as we all know looks can be deceiving. According to Rover the Streetwise, with its big black bumpers, roof rails and raised suspension, is an urban on-roader. And it ...

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Rover Streetwise photo

Rubric: Rover | 6 Apr 2015 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise photo
Rover Streetwise photo

Rover Streetwise photo The developers deemed that the accepted dye of the car rendered in Rover Streetwise photo is purposed to commend rich consumers. It could not be strange, for the ground that the described car might not be the lowest-priced car there. World indicates that city men truly select motors which could not be too freak, out of the worry that they are not followed correctly by their colleagues, and that’s why I reckon that rich men can like Rover Streetwise photo. Definitely, I may gain this automobile! Barely sight those shapes, this blee, this cosiness which would draw you to be there right now! Admiring Rover Streetwise photo and possessing the cabriolet might ...

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Rover Streetwise SE Turbo Diesel Five-Door | CARkeys

Rubric: Rover | 24 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise SE Turbo Diesel Five-Door | CARkeys
Rover Streetwise SE Turbo Diesel Five-Door | CARkeys

Rover Streetwise SE While urban on-roader is a neat if ultimately baffling description of the latest manifestation of the Rover 25 – it’s easy see what the expression implies, difficult to explain it in words of one syllable – the whole vocabulary of the Streetwise range hardly goes with diesel. Yet the top-priced models, three-door and five-door, are currently the ones with the familiar two-litre Rover turbo diesel engine. In this installation it’s well behind more recently designed equivalents when it comes to noise suppression, but it’s still a strong-pulling affair, with 176lb/ft of torque pouring in from 2000rpm. Having a slightly higher ground clearance ...

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Tested: Rover Streetwise – AROnline

Rubric: Rover | 24 Mar 2015 | Comments Off on Tested: Rover Streetwise – AROnline
Tested: Rover Streetwise – AROnline

Tested: Rover Streetwise Streetwise was conceived to entice younger buyers back behind the wheel of Rover products, and cash in on the boom in leisure-orientated vehicles. Over the last couple of decades, customers had been increasingly looking for cars that not only looked good, but also proved practical and tough in the city. This new breed of car, which took sales away from the more traditional hot hatchback sector of the market was epitomised by the Land Rover Freelander, Toyota RAV4 and Suzuki Vitara. According to MG Rover, this was a sector of the market that the company had been keen to re-enter (the Freelander had belonged to Ford since 2000). However, given the fact that BMW#8217;s ...

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Rover Streetwise – Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki – The classic vehicle and machinery wiki

Rubric: Rover | 9 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise – Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki – The classic vehicle and machinery wiki
Rover Streetwise – Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki – The classic vehicle and machinery wiki

Rover Streetwise Rover Streetwise, rear view The Rover Streetwise was a small car made by MG Rover. It was based on the Rover 25. but had an increased ride height and chunkier bumpers. The car was marketed by Rover as an ‘urban on-roader’. Production ended in April 2005 due to the bankruptcy of MG Rover. Contents History Edit The Rover Streetwise was an attempt by Rover to appeal to younger drivers. Rover had modernised the existing models in 1999 with a facelift for the 25, 45 and the Rover-designed 75 models but Rover was suffering falling sales and a tarnished brand after the sale of Rover to the Phoenix consortium in 2000 by BMW. Although new models were in the planning ...

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On test: Rover Streetwise 1.4 review (2003-2005 model) – MSN Cars UK

Rubric: Rover | 12 Dec 2014 | Comments Off on On test: Rover Streetwise 1.4 review (2003-2005 model) – MSN Cars UK
On test: Rover Streetwise 1.4 review (2003-2005 model) – MSN Cars UK

On test: Rover Streetwise 1.4 review (2003-2005 model) Bodystyle:5dr hatchback Engine:1.4-litre in-line 4-cylinder Fuel type:Petrol Transmission:5-speed manual Date of test:November 2003 In a world full of acronyms, here’s another – SAV, or Sports Activity Vehicle. Apparently aimed at 25-35 year-olds who want something that’s different and funky, it’s basically a car for those who desire Land Rover looks without the size, price tag or running costs. Which makes a lot of sense. Based on the competent Rover 25 hatchback, changes are extensive and include a raised ride height, 16-inch wheels, Audi allroad-style plastic body cladding and a thoroughly made-over ...

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Rover Streetwise – Review – Lou Get’s Streetwise With a Streetwise

Rubric: Rover | 31 Aug 2014 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise – Review – Lou Get’s Streetwise With a Streetwise
Rover Streetwise – Review – Lou Get’s Streetwise With a Streetwise

Rover Streetwise Advantages: Reliable, Nice Interior, Looks Good (to some!) Disadvantages: Petrol Consumption, Higher Tax First review from me in a long time, so thought I’d get back into it by telling you about the new car I have purchased since I last wrote on here! *** Lou’s New Car *** Back in March 2007 I took a walk down the road just to simply go to the shops, but while walking past the car sales place I noticed a nice red car that really caught my eye, upon taking a closer look I found this car was a Rover Streetwise, I had a sit inside, checked it all out as you do and decided that I wanted this car without even taking it for a test drive! So what was it about the ...

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Rover Streetwise – Autotrader New Zealand

Rubric: Rover | 11 Aug 2014 | Comments Off on Rover Streetwise – Autotrader New Zealand
Rover Streetwise – Autotrader New Zealand

Rover Streetwise Take a cynical approach and you might say the new Rover Streetwise is a cosmetic make-over and a relatively low-cost way to extract extra life from an old model. But, on the other hand, this latest off-beat version of the Rover 200/25 hatchback is a good idea that works soundly while creating more than usual attention. More to the point, the car drives well, especially in 2.0-litre turbo diesel form. MG Rover, however, sees the New Zealand future for the Streetwise lying more with the 1.8-litre DOHC K-series petrol version with six-speed sequential auto transmission. That reflects Kiwi buyers’ reticence about diesel cars rather than any slur on the L-series direct ...

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