Throughout the 1980s and 1990s the British market enjoyed numerous “special editions” of the Mini, which shifted the car from a mass-market item into a fashionable icon. It was this image that perhaps helped the Mini become such an asset for BMW, which later bought the remnants of BMC as the Rover Group. It was even more popular in Japan, where it was seen as a retro-cool icon, and inspired many imitators. The ERA Mini Turbo was particularly popular with Japanese buyers.
1990 Rover Mini. The engine is a 1.0L 4 Cylinder 1000cc with a 4 Speed manual Transmission. This cool little Rover Mini is finished in a gorgeous Sky Blue with a White roof and a White interior. True Miles Unknown.