Rover was founded in Coventry in 1878 and actually began life building bicycles before moving into car production in 1904. Rover’s first car, the Rover 8, was manufactured until 1912. Ownership of the iconic British manufacturer is now split between BMW (Germany), SAIC (China) and Tata Motors (India).
Over the years, Rover cars have ranged from practical run-arounds to sports vehicles and even limousines. Even though the company name has been passed around for years, Rover motors remain relatively commonplace on U.K. roads.
*Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Rover models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 01/01/18 – 01/10/18. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
**Information sourced from Parkers.co.uk
The Rover 25 series is a range of small hatchbacks that were in production from 1984 to 2005. It sits between the super mini and the medium-sized hatchback models. The benefit of this being it can cater for your luggage and carry passengers in reasonable comfort.
Those aged 51 – 65 could pay close to £425* for their yearly premium.
|Specification (04 - 05)||Insurance Group**|
|i||1.1 - 2.0||7 - 15||F - G|
|GLi||1.4 - 2.0||9 - 15||F - G|
|Si||1.4 - 2.0||11 - 17||F - I|
Previously known as the Rover 400, the Rover 45 was available in saloon and hatchback models. Manufactured from 1990 - 2005, the car was developed by a Rover/Honda collaboration with some models using Honda petrol engines.
A yearly insurance premium for a Rover 45 could cost around £551* for those aged 41 – 55.
|Hatchback 04 - 05||Insurance Group**|
|Classic||1.4||15 - 17||H|
|Club||1.4 - 2.0||15 - 23||F - K|
|GSi||1.4 - 2.0||17 - 19||F - H|
The Rover 75 is a saloon that was produced by Rover and later MG Rover. Manufactured from 1998 – 2005, it was publically unveiled at the Birmingham Motor Show in 1998.
Those looking to insure a Rover 75 and are aged 41 - 55 may be paying around £577*.
|Saloon 04 - 05||Insurance Group**|
|Classic||1.8 - 2.0||17 - 19||G - K|
|Contemporary||1.8 - 2.0||19 - 23||G - K|
|Connoisseur||1.8 - 2.0
||19 - 23||G - K|
|Connoisseur SE||1.8 - 2.5
||19 - 28||G - K|