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LPGs for Rover

MG Rover has launched a range of liquefied petroleum gas conversions for 1.8-litre petrol models.

New and used cars fitted with the 118bhp version of the Longbridge-built K-series engine will be eligible and dealers can now take orders for autumn deliveries. Conversions are available for Rover 45 and 75 models, as well as MG ZR and ZS hatchbacks and saloons.

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