Used Rover 400 cars for sale
motors.co.uk currently have 8 used Rover 400 cars for sale
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About Rover 400 cars on motors.co.uk
- Most popular ColourBlue
- Most popular fuel typePetrol
- Average price£716
- Average mileage86,088
1999 T Registered , 1600cc, MOT till August 2013 New clutch and Hydraulic system fitted this year, New Battery 2012 (3 Year Warranty) , Good tyres ...
SILVER, Next MOT due 25/04/2014, Full service history, Clean bodywork, Interior - Excellent Condition, Tyre condition Good, Airbags, Alarm, CD Play...
Insurance Group 11, Remote Central Locking, Electric Windows, Electric Sunroof, Electric Mirrors, Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Drivers Airbag,...
full option car,electric windows,a/c, cd player,superb interial, full service history, excellent car,with good condition MOT-July2013, TAX- Dec 2012
2 Registered Keepers, Air Conditioning, Half Leather, Alarm, Remote Central Locking, Head Restraints, Rear Headrests, Folding Rear Seats, Rear Wash...
Central Locking, Front Electric Windows, Full Leather Interior, Alloy Wheels, Alarm, Immobiliser, Power Steering, Drivers Airbag, EXCELLENT CONDITI...
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Insurance Group 9, 2 Registered Keepers, 1997/R Rover 416 S 1.6 4 Door in Nightfire Red Only 1 Former Keeper with Low Miles. Comes with 12 Months M...
The Rover 400 is a mid size car that’s been through some changes over its life, but ended up being quite good. It offers good value for money and newer versions are a cheap way to sneak into the executive class. Reliable and solidly built, it’s ideal for those individuals who want something that works but doesn’t cost a fortune.
When it was originally released in 1990, the 400 was an incredibly dull 4 door saloon. Replaced in 1995 with the second generation that looked totally different and much more ‘up market’, the 400 suddenly found its feel. This updated model was available in hatchback and saloon forms, so appealed to different people. It was the seventh best selling car in Britain in 1996, and was replaced with the BMW made 45 in 1999.
Design hasn’t always been Rover’s strong suit, but to be honest the 400 isn’t bad to look at, just not that inspiring. It’s a massive improvement from the first generation, with some curved surfaces, but is quite understated overall. Despite being a bit over the hill now, the interior is roomy and comfortable, and the wood and chrome finishing is better than black plastic it has to be said. Several trim levels give you some adequate kit to choose from, and even the hatchback version features a large boot.
Being front wheel drive, the Rover handles relatively well with some surprising agility. While not overly responsive in the corners, the ride is quite soft and it sits nicely on the road. A myriad of engines are available, and all are nicely powered giving a solid punch- the 2.0 litre V6 petrol is a particularly sporty choice, and there’s also a 2.0 litre diesel that goes well. It’s easy to see how this car was the base for the MG ZS.
To find a second hand Rover 400, you won’t have to look that hard to be honest as there are loads available. Here at Motors.co.uk you’ll find some of the better ones as the approach to quality is quite amazing and nothing but the best used cars for sale are made available. Add in huge price reductions and you’ve got a great formula for securing a bargain.
The main point is that the Rover 400 is just a solid all rounder that doesn’t get the heart pumping or the emotions moving, but does get on with its job without any fuss at all. Robust, reliable and quite roomy inside, it’s a good option for families, and the V6 option in particular has enough to register a good blip on the impressiveness chart. Overall you’ll get a good car for not much money, so why not take a look at one?