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Rover 3500, the New ROVER V8.

Rover 3500 Vanden Plas, serie 2

The Rover SD1 series 2 were built at Cowley from 1982 onwards. That September Rover  announced the newly range of cars, from the 2300, 2300S, 2600S and 3500SE to the top of  the range the Vanden Plas models. A name that was not been used before on the previous  models.  First of all the models came with four new interior colours, blue, green and light and dark  brown. (Not all colours were available on all models) The cars were equipped with velvet  seats and better carpets; leather trimmed steering wheel and a fully carpeted rear parcel  shelf as well as illuminated switches. The front seats had an adjustable lumbar support,  and a hand wheel adjustment for backrest angle. The seats were re-designed and by  reshaping the rear seats, a little extra head and legroom was obtained for those in the  back.  The Vanden Plas models came with automatic transmission, as standard but five-speed  manual gearbox was available as no-cost option. The car was supplied with electric  operated sun-roof, power windows, central door locking, electrical operated mirrors,  cruise control, trip computer, headlight wipe-washer and many others as standard.  
Rover 3500, the New ROVER V8.

Rover 3500 Vanden Plas, serie 2

The Rover SD1 series 2 were built at Cowley from 1982 onwards. That September  Rover announced the newly range of cars, from the 2300, 2300S, 2600S and 3500SE  to the top of the range the Vanden Plas models. A name that was not been used  before on the previous models. First of all the models came with four new interior colours, blue, green and light and  dark brown. (Not all colours were available on all models) The cars were equipped  with velvet seats and better carpets; leather trimmed steering wheel and a fully  carpeted rear parcel shelf as well as illuminated switches. The front seats had an  adjustable lumbar support, and a hand wheel adjustment for backrest angle. The  seats were re-designed and by reshaping the rear seats, a little extra head and  legroom was obtained for those in the back. The Vanden Plas models came with automatic transmission, as standard but five-  speed manual gearbox was available as no-cost option. The car was supplied with  electric operated sun-roof, power windows, central door locking, electrical operated  mirrors, cruise control, trip computer, headlight wipe-washer and many others as  standard.
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