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ROVER PRESENTS A GREATLY IMPROVED CAR AT THE SHOW.

MOTORING ECONOMY WITH HEAL

COMFORT.

The well-known Rover '< Family Ten" —10-25 h;p., four-door saloon—is now entirely built by New. Zealand labour at the' Rover Works at; Petone,- from English and New Zealand components.

'. ;W.ith the benefit of economies arising out of. this; New Zealand manufacture, the price has now been greatly reduced, from^629s to £279, yet, at tho same time, this local .production has -resulte'i, in, A: GEEATLY IMPROVED CAR, incorporating . special body-work and pther ; .features,- such- aa strengthened chassis .frame, jheavier rear springs, etc.',,'designed definitely to suit local conditions, and. add greatly, to service and value.?,'.',' . , : .'. ' :'■ .

_ Only the-'Rover "Ten," .'with its fullsized, four-door, saloon body, and (its famous' high efficiency, overhead-valve engine,"gives"you''all''the' style, comfort, and performance of a big'car, with almost the operating; cost of a baby—a proved 34 m.p.g. of petrol, and 1000 to 1500 m.p.g., of' oil; '••-..:■•

;The; Rover "Ten," with its new, improved features, is on display, at the Winter Show, and is attracting a considerable, amount of interest. The Wellington-distributors, are Coventry Motors, Ltd., "Rover House," Lambton Quay, who will be pleased to arrange a free demonstration without obligation.- -'•', :r ..-'■-. ■ , , ■ .-■'

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ROVER PRESENTS A GREATLY IMPROVED CAR AT THE SHOW., Evening Post, Issue 2, 2 July 1932

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ROVER PRESENTS A GREATLY IMPROVED CAR AT THE SHOW. Evening Post, Issue 2, 2 July 1932

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