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Old 13th February 2021, 01:01   #41
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Basic? A Rover? You need to look at more Volkswagens and BMWs Russel.

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A "basic Rover" is much like an "entry-model Rolls Royce". An interesting concept which, if it exists, serves only to devalue the marque, but which, nevertheless, knocks the spots off even a top-of-the-range Ford/Vauxhall/EU or Japanese equivalent.
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A "basic Rover" is much like an "entry-model Rolls Royce". An interesting concept which, if it exists, serves only to devalue the marque, but which, nevertheless, knocks the spots off even a top-of-the-range Ford/Vauxhall/EU or Japanese equivalent.
Entry model only means CHEAPEST.--The sales folk were scared to say cheapest as that would put off lots of folk from buying the car.----Doesn't actually describe the car at all.--It's meaningless.---

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