Rover 75

Rover 75

Overall Average Rating - 87.86%Position in the Top 100 cars - 16th


Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 40thBuild Quality: 31stRunning Costs: 46thPerformance: 49thBraking: 36thRide Quality: 2ndHandling: 48thPracticality: 59thComfort: 6thEase of Driving: 19th

Your Quotes

“Great cruiser for distance travelling but not great around town. Very comfortable ride.”

Mr Brendan Gallagher - Cheshire

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“Pity the company went bust. Best British mass produced car for many, many years.”

Mr Michael Jones - Berks

“Potentially good vehicle let down by usual UK issues with poor build quality and design. When it is a dockyard job to change a headlight lamp, someone has his brain in the wrong place.”

Mr Terry Aldcock - Hampshire

“It is a well made and beautiful car to drive. Rear visibility for parking could be better and I had fitted a reversing kit to help in this regard.”

Mr Joe Fearon - Somerset

“I like the car's classic style. Its a pleasure to drive and apart from a clutch failure has proved to be very reliable. Cost of spares is very expensive and only genuine Rover parts seem to be available.”

Mr Trevor Bellyou - Essex

“Very underestimated over the years. It was great value when I bought it, and I was pleased to see it get to number one spot for ride in the previous Driver Power.”

Mr Richard Grenver - Surrey

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 24th)

A unanimous show of support –never underestimate the loyalty of British car buyers and the resilience of Rover. It'’s the biggest climber in this year'’s manufacturer chart! Even though most of its models are now dated compared with fresher competition, you tell us some still have a lot to offer. Chinese firm Roewe has a big customer base ready and waiting to see what it has to offer.

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