2004 Rover 'City Rover'
Marketed by MG Rover under the Rover marque between 2003 and 2005. Launched in the autumn of 2003, the car was a rebadged version of the Indian developed Tata Indica. Its performance was considered poor for a small car in contemporary road tests, and its lack of quality, poor road handling and high price were not well received. Production ceased in April 2005, along with the rest of the MG Rover range, when the company went bankrupt. Numbers have dwindled rapidly in recent years, from nearly 8700 in 2006 to just under 950 on the road by Q3 2018. This is the sort of car that could end up extinct.