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Cabrio (1992-96)


Mini Cabriolet (Rover)

SUMMARY
The Rover Cabriolet was the second of such models, following the success of the LAMM edition launched a year earlier. Developed by Rover Special Products and Karmann of Germany, it is based on the Mini Cooper 1.3i

 PRODUCTION
Production dates 1992-1996
Price at launch £12,250
Total Production 1081
Chassis numbers XNWBMH 024857  to  XNWBMH 061481


 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine 1275cc four-cylinder OHV Fuel Injection
Engine designation 12
Bore/stroke 70.64 x 81.33mm
Compression ratio 10.0:1
Power output 63bhp @ 5700rpm
Torque 70lb.ft @ 3900rpm
Transmission Four-speed manual
Final drive 3.11
Brakes 8.4-inch front discs, rear drums
Suspension Rubber cones
Wheels 12x5B Revolution cast alloys
Wheelbase 80.1-inches
Length 121.65-inches
Width 62.2-inches
Height 53.70-inches
Tyres 165/60R12 low-profile
Colours Caribean Blue / Grey hood

Nightfire Red / Red hood


Notable features:  Cast alloy five-spoke Revolution alloys. Fabric hood. Body-coloured bodykit. Burr walnut dashboard. Wooden door cappings, gearknob and door pulls. Analogue clock. Coloured seatbelts. Chrome kickplates. Stereo. Granite coloured trim added in June 1995.