|Reliant Robin Mk I|
|Top Speed||128 km/h|
|Weight/Power Ratio||14.9 kg/cv|
|Transmission||4 speed manual|
The Robin was first manufactured in October 1973, a direct replacement for the Reliant Regal, these models featured a 750cc but in 1975 the car gained a number of improvements including a engine boost to 850cc. The was well received in the 1970s because of good design and price at the time considering it could do up to 70mpg and achieve 85mph, more orders arose after the 1970s fuel crisis. The final original version of the Robin rolled off the production line in 1982 after a number of limited editions including the GBS and the Jubilee, it was replaced by restyled Reliant Rialto. The vehicle was also produced under license in Greece by MEBEA between 1974 and 1978. It was also manufactured in India by Sunrise Automotive Industries Limited as Badal.
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