Car reviews - Rover - 75 - Connoisseur sedan
8 Apr 2002
THE Rover 75's many interior controls are both well laid-out and offer a feeling of solidity and quality, despite the climate control system's use of cheap, hard plastics. Controls for the power windows are located on the driver's door and offer an auto-down function for all four windows, plus an auto-up driver's window with anti-trap function. There are three overhead reading lights up front and one in the rear, plus cruise control, a full function trip computer, steering wheel mounted audio controls, heated/power mirrors, variable intermittent wipers, rear window demister, rear fog light, a height and reach adjustable steering wheel and headlight beam adjustment. Connoisseur models also include controls for the front fog lights, power front seats, front seat heating, driver's seat memory, passenger seat lumbar, electric glass sunroof and rear power sunblind. The Connoisseur also gets an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and rear parking aid as standard.
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Did you know?Connoisseur's trip computer is operated by a switch at the end of the left-hand stalk, which scrolls through functions for secondary trip distance, distance to empty, average fuel consumption, average speed and a selectable speed warning
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