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The Rover MG was the end of an era, the last of the (relatively) big-name British car companies. Before that, there were several Rover convertible top models produced, with varying degrees of success. The Rover 214 convertible top and Rover 216 convertible top were workmanlike models that were popular as everyday cars in the British markets.
The Rover MG F soft top and Rover MG TF soft top revived the MG name, which had been mothballed in the early 1980s. The Rover MG F convertible top came first, with the Mark I launched in 1995. This sporty, affordable car became immediately popular in Britain. It was succeeded by the redesigned version the Rover MG TF convertible top which was released in 2002.
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