26 May 2004

The stretched version of the 75, the Limousine, is the latest car in the MG Rover stable to get the firm’s new corporate look. Unlike the recently launched saloon and Tourer models, however, the limo – which features a 200mm-longer wheelbase than the saloon – gets the controversial new frontal styling from the rear-drive V8 flagship unveiled at Geneva in March. The car will be sold in both 2.0 CDTi diesel and 2.5 V6 petrol forms, priced at £27,295 and £29,995 respectively. Prices have also been announced for the 75 V8 (right). The range will kick off at £31,995 for the Connoisseur SE saloon, with Tourer versions commanding a £1000 premium. Both cars will be on display at the MG Rover stand at Birmingham.

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