16 January 2004

MG Rover expands its Streetwise range today, with the addition of two new drivetrain options to the range. Alongside the two 1.4-litre petrol variants and the 2.0-litre turbo-diesel come a new 108bhp 1.6-litre manual and a 116bhp 1.8-litre CVT.

Available in both S and SE five-door styles, the 1.6 Streetwise S costs £11,555, rising to £14,210 for the new 1.8 CVT Streetwise SE.

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