1989 | Rover 820Si

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EUR 4'490 JPY 578'581 BGN 8'782 CZK 110'144 DKK 33'415 GBP 3'747 HUF 1'614'918 PLN 20'593 RON 22'204 SEK 46'917 CHF 4'663 ISK 653'744 NOK 44'952 HRK 33'805 RUB 400'800 TRY 68'642 AUD 7'061 BRL 27'427 CAD 6'364 CNY 32'011 HKD 39'418 IDR 72'672'042 ILS 16'089 INR 379'085 KRW 6'061'635 MXN 104'098 MYR 21'223 NZD 7'572 PHP 259'199 SGD 6'808 THB 166'889 ZAR 76'715

 

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1989 | Rover 820Si

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EUR 4'490 JPY 578'581 BGN 8'782 CZK 110'144 DKK 33'415 GBP 3'747 HUF 1'614'918 PLN 20'593 RON 22'204 SEK 46'917 CHF 4'663 ISK 653'744 NOK 44'952 HRK 33'805 RUB 400'800 TRY 68'642 AUD 7'061 BRL 27'427 CAD 6'364 CNY 32'011 HKD 39'418 IDR 72'672'042 ILS 16'089 INR 379'085 KRW 6'061'635 MXN 104'098 MYR 21'223 NZD 7'572 PHP 259'199 SGD 6'808 THB 166'889 ZAR 76'715

 

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Limousine / 4-Türen
103/140 kW/PS
133'008 km
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  • Fahrzeugdetails

    Fahrzeugdaten
    Marke Rover
    Modell 800
    Modellbezeichnung 820Si
    Baujahr 1989
    Fahrgestellnummer SAXXSSWUMAM230676
    Zustandskategorie Original
    Tachostand (abgelesen) 133'008 km
    Anzahl Vorbesitzer 1
    Erstzulassung 05/1989
    Technische Details
    Karosserieform Limousine
    Karosseriedetail 4-Türen
    Leistung (kW/PS) 103/140
    Hubraum (ccm) 1'994
    Zylinder 4
    Türen 5
    Lenkung Links
    Getriebe Manuell
    Gänge 5
    Antrieb Front
    Bremse Front Scheibe
    Bremse Heck Scheibe
    Kraftstoff Benzin
    Individuelle Konfiguration
    Außenfarbe Grau
    Innenfarbe Grau
    Innenmaterial Stoff
    Schiebedach
    Servolenkung
    Zentralverriegelung
    Elektrische Fensterheber

Beschreibung

This 1989 Rover 820 Si Fastback was sold new in France by the oficial Austin-Rover dealer in Mérignac, Bordeaux.

With only one owner since new and 133.000 kilometres on the clock, this 820 Si Fastback is accompaned by the original selling invoice, owners manuals, service book and duplicate keys.

This is a collectors piece in excellent condition!

The first product of the British Leyland-Honda alliance was the Triumph Acclaim, and shortly after its launch the two companies mapped out an outline strategy for future collaborative projects.

Plans for a midsize car were investigated, but were dropped as British Leyland already had the Austin Maestro and Austin Montego in their final stages of development. However both British Leyland and Honda had a pressing need for a full-size executive car in their lineups. British Leyland had to start planning a replacement for the successfull Rover SD1, whilst Honda was keen to expand its presence in the lucrative North American market, something that couldn't be done do unless they could offer a full-size luxury saloon (at that time the Honda Accord was Honda's biggest model) which would compete with similar large Japanese imports from Toyota and Datsun/Nissan.

The joint development of the car began in 1981 under codename «XX». The corresponding Honda version was known as the Honda Legend, and was codenamed as «HX».

The development work was carried out at Rover's Cowley plant and Honda's Tochigi development centre. Both cars shared the same core structure and floorpan, but each had their own unique exterior bodywork and interior.

Under the agreement, Honda would supply the V6 petrol engine, both automatic and manual transmissions and the chassis design, whilst British Leyland would provide the 4-cylinder petrol engine and much of the electrical systems.

Honda and Austin-Rover agreed that the British market Honda Legend would also be built in the Cowley, whilst the US-market Acura Legend was to be built in Japan.

The 2 litre versions of the Rover 800 (820, 820 e, 820 i and 820 Si) used two naturally aspirated 1994cc, 16-valve developed by British Leyland, dubbed M-Series.

The 800 was finally launched on 10 July 1986, taking the place of the decade-old Rover SD1, becoming a keystone model for the British government's car fleet throughout its life, following a tradition of using British-made Rover and Jaguar models. Tony Blair owned an early 800 soon after its launch, just a few years after becoming an MP. The car was also used by many British police forces.

All the information provided does not dispense with its confirmation, nor can it be considered binding.

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