Category:Rover 16

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Designed by Edmund Lewis

  • 3119 cc 4-cylinder Rover 16/20 (later 3251 cc) announced 1905 remained in production until 1910

Designed by Peter Poppe

  • 2413 cc 4-cylinder ohc Rover 16/50 announced 22 May 1926 ("to supplement 14/45") in production until 1929. wheelbase 120 inches
(1926 range) 2/3 seater all-weather; 5-seater all-weather; Weymann saloon; Weymann coupé; coachbuilt saloon
  • 2023 cc 6-cylinder ohv Rover Two Litre six-cylinder announced 5 September 1927 remained in production until 1932. wheelbase 118 inches
(1927 range) 2/3 seater all-weather; 5-seater all-weather; Paris Weymann saloon; Riviera folding roof Weymann saloon
(1931 range) coachbuilt saloon; Weymann saloon; sportsman's coupé; sportsman's saloon. premium versions are named Regal
(special short chassis) sportsman's saloon
(1930 range) Light Six ann. 19 October 1929 Weymann sportsman's saloon wheelbase 106 inches, track 50 inches (Blue Train car)
(1931 range) Light Twenty ann. 21 October 1930 sportsman's coupé shorter lighter chassis. wheelbase 106 inches, track 50 inches
  • 2023 cc 6-cylinder ohv Rover Meteor 16 (Rover 20 with 16 engine) announced 21 July 1932 remained in production until mid-1934. wheelbase 118 inches. replaced by Speed 16
  • 2023 cc 6-cylinder ohv Rover Speed 16 (Rover 20 with 16 engine) 1934 out of production before April 1935
  • 2147 cc 6-cylinder ohv Rover 16 announced 19 August 1936 remained in production until 1940. wheelbase 115 inches
(1937 range) 6-light saloon and 4-light sports saloon
  • 2147 cc 6-cylinder ohv Rover 16 1945 remained in production until 1948. wheelbase 115 inches
  • predecessor: none
  • successor Rover 75 P3

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