Austin Metro 1986-1990 (Rover Metro)

Headunit Installation Requirements

You will need

Steering Wheel Control Harness: 

Not Required

Antenna Adaptor: 

Not Required

Additional Products


About this Vehicle


Jan 1986 through Jan 1990


  • Rover

Chassis Type: 

  • Sedan

Place of Origin: 

Great Britain


  • Vintage
  • Austin
  • Metro

Austin Metro (Rover)

The Metro is a supermini economy car that was produced by the Austin Rover Group division of British Leyland and its successors. It was launched in 1980 as the Austin miniMetro. It was intended to complement the Mini, and was developed under the codename LC8.

During its 18-year lifespan, the Metro wore many names: Austin Metro, MG Metro and Rover Metro. It was re-badged as the Rover 100 series in January 1995. There were also van versions known as the Morris Metro and later, Metrovan.

At the time of its launch, the Metro was sold as an Austin. From 1982, MG versions became available. From 1990 until its withdrawal in 1997, the Metro was sold only as a Rover.

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Speaker Cavities
Front: 5-1/4"