The 1,200 CityRovers are still parked on the boat that shipped them from Tata Motor's facilities in India. MG Rover's administrators, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, will most likely take ownership of the mini-cars and repairing the ones that are currently on the UK roads that have been recalled for defective hubcaps and wheels. PWC has not made a decision on who will be paying for the recall, but advises any CityRover owners to track down one of the last surviving dealerships to have their car checked. This article also gives an update on the fate of MG Rover's assets.
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