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The Rover 416i was a model designation used for various cars marketed by the Rover company.
As part of the collaboration between Honda and Rover's then parent company, British Leyland, the 416i was a compact car built by Honda of Japan from 1985 to 1989 for the Australian market. It was a rebadged Honda Integra five-door hatchback (Honda only sold the three-door in Australia).
The 416i was originally available only as a single model, but a higher SE specification was later added.
In the 1990s Rover produced a number of Honda Concerto and Civic-based models for its home (United Kingdom) and export markets. These formed the Rover 200 and 400 series, with the 416i badge used in the latter range.
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