Beware of 2 major problems with the ‘95 Rover: engine leaks and electrical malfunctions/failures. The keyless entry also leaves something to be desired. The performance is comparable to other SUVs in its class and I have found in most ‘95s the air- suspension has already been converted to the traditional coil (with no problem) due to problems early on. Overall, it is a beautiful vehicle inside and out, but with age come problems; this is a very high maintenance vehicle. I am very attached to my Rover, but it comes with its share of problems.
Overall look and design, comfort, cargo space, very roomy vehicle.
CD changer location, overhaul electrical system (lots of bugs), improve handling.
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