Who are Rover?
Rover was a British car manufacturer, and was the original creator of the Land Rover (which has since become its own stand-alone brand). The company was founded in 1878 but is sadly no longer in operation. The good news is that it’s still possible to purchase Rover vehicles second-hand.
The most popular car in our Rover top ten list is the Rover 25 - It came out in 1999 and was manufactured until 2005. When it was new, it came with a 1.4, 1.6 or 2 litre engine and later models have wood or leather trim, whichever takes your fancy.
Another favourite for our Rover fans is the Rover 75. The Rover 75 actually rates number 2 in our top ten of Rovers cars.
Frequently asked questions
How much does a Rover cost to insure?
The Rover 211 I 8V costs £379.79** to insure on average.
The cost of insurance for your Rover depends on what insurance group it fits into. The higher the group, the more expensive the car is likely to be to insure. Rovers span between group 7 to 35. The cheapest Rover to insure is the Rover 200 Hatchback, which falls into groups 7 to 31, depending on the model. The most expensive is the Rover 75 V8, which falls into group 35.
**Average price amount based on the top five quotes from Compare the Market data from 1 October 2020 to 1 January 2021. The average is based on all variations of the vehicle model and uses risk data from people with different age ranges, addresses and driving histories. You may find a cheaper or more expensive quote based on your circumstances.
Can I cut the cost of my Rover car insurance?
You may be able to lower your premium, yes. Firstly, be careful when it comes to modifications. If a more powerful engine has been added, the insurance provider may take this as a risk that you’ll drive faster and have an accident. So, in that case, it’s likely your insurance premium will be high. Insurance providers also think that modified cars look better and catch the attention of thieves, who might steal the car, or vandals, who might damage it.
Some modifications are seen as beneficial, however. For example, putting in a car immobiliser, a tracking system or an alarm. These help to prevent your vehicle from being stolen and could lower your insurance premium. However, you may need to speak directly with your insurance provider to see these reductions reflected in your premium.
Another way to possibly reduce the cost of your premium is to avoid any unnecessary add-ons and to pay the full cost of your car insurance upfront.
Where can I find Rover car insurance?
We can help you with that. We make it easy for you to compare car insurance quotes from a wide range of different insurance providers in the UK so you can find the right level of cover for your Rover, at the right price.
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