The Rover P4 Site

The Rover P4 series cars were produced by The Rover Company Limited of Solihull, Warwickshire from 1950 to 1964, during which period over 130,000 cars were built. If you can see this, your browser will not show this page correctly. Click the monogram below for an alternative version.

Rover Trade-mark


The Rover’s design, level of engineering, build quality, and general air of refinement earned it the sobriquet “The Poor Man's Rolls-Royce”, although “poor” was a relative term -- a Rover 90 cost over 1500 (about $4200 U.S.) in 1959.

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