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Following the formation of a partnership with the Indian company Tata in 2003, the City Rover was a model manufactured for a brief period by...
Following the formation of a partnership with the Indian company Tata in 2003, the City Rover was a model manufactured for a brief period by Rover. The car was seen as a successor to the Metro. The Tata Indica served as the base for the development of the City Rover. It was considered a "mini" class of car, and it featured four doors and an inline 4-cylinder engine with only a manual transmission. After two years, the automobile received negative reviews, and when combined with the company's financial difficulties, production of the Rover was halted in 2005.
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