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Rover 200 200 BRM 3 Dr

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Part of a private collection. This iconic future classic is looking for a new home. A hot hatch in its day producing 150 bhp finished in Brookland green with the eye catching orange front grill with a mesh insert. It is in very good condition inside and out and comes with Full red leather quilted upholstery and trim with matching red carpets and seat belts, Aluminum Heater Controls and Turned Aluminium trim, plus lots more. This car was certainly something different and very unique. With only 89,000 miles on the clock and a service history up to when it was taken off the road and put in dry storage 13 years ago it runs and drives but will need recommissioning to be road legal

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143 bhp

89k miles

Car Data

Car Data

Price £7,999
Mileage 89,000
Year 1999
Make Rover
Model 200
Variant 200 BRM 3 Dr
Body Type Hatchback
Colour Brooklands Green
Fuel Type Petrol
Transmission Manual
No. of Gears 5
Drive Train Front Wheel Drive
Engine Size 1.8L
Road Fund Tax (12 Months) £280.00
Doors 3


BHP 143
Engine Size 1.8L
Top Speed 121 mph


Length 3970m
Width 1890m
Height 1420m


Average MPG 36.0
Urban 27.2
Extra Urban 44.5
CO2 Emissions 190


The Rover 200 BRM LE. The model was first shown at 1997 Frankfurt Motor Show and officially launched at the British Motor Show in October 1998 where the cars were based on the then top of the range Vi model but with the 1960's BRM Racing styling cues. There were originally just 795 cars produced for the UK Home market with a further 350 made for the overseas market. Records indicate that there are now just 89 cars registered in the UK now making this quite a rare car. All the cars produced were finished in Brooklands Green paintwork with the Orange Nose of the 1960’s BRM Formula One Racing team. Other exterior detailing of the BRM included the addition of Silver door handles and side mouldings, Large 16" Alloy Wheels and an exclusive Woven Mesh Front Grille that sat above the distinctive large orange snout. Inside the BRM the trim was very special with its Red Quilted Leather seats, Door panels, Red carpet, Seat belts and Steering wheel along with the inclusion of Alloy Heater Controls and Turned Aluminium trim, this car was certainly something different and very unique. Technically the BRM’s adjustments over standard car included the 20 mm Lower Ride height over the Vi and improved damping and handling, a close-ratio gearbox with a TorSen differential further developed from the Rover 220 Turbo.

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Rover 200 200 BRM 3 Dr