Rover P4

Model Årgang Motor HK Km/t CO2
P4 1959 1997 ccm 50 - -
P4 2200 1959 2286 ccm 67 - -
P4 2600 1959 2625 ccm 90 - -
P4 2000 1958 1995 ccm 50 - -
P4 2200 1958 2230 ccm 70 - -
P4 2600 1958 2636 ccm 78 - -
P4 2 1957 1997 ccm 53 - -
P4 2.0 1957 1997 ccm 50 - -
P4 2.2 1957 2230 ccm 69 - -
P4 2.6 1957 2636 ccm 92 - -
P4 2.6 Automatic 1957 2636 ccm 95 - -
P4 1956 1997 ccm 50 - -
P4 105R 1956 2638 ccm 107 151 -
P4 105S 1956 2636 ccm 107 153 -
P4 1955 2102 ccm 73 - -
P4 2200 1955 2230 ccm 69 - -
P4 2600 1955 2638 ccm 78 - -
P4 1954 2103 ccm 73 - -
P4 75 1954 2230 ccm 79 - -
P4 2.2 1954 2228 ccm 69 - -
P4 2.6 1954 2638 ccm 79 - -
P4 Mark II 1954 1997 ccm 51 - -
P4 90 1953 2638 ccm 92 - -
P4 1952 2101 ccm 74 - -
P4 1951 2103 ccm 74 - -
P4 1950 2103 ccm 73 - -
P4 1949 2102 ccm 73 137 -

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