Rover Car Insurance
Homeapproved Rover car insurance quote. Proud owners of the Rover marque can obtain both fully comprehensive and third party cover from over 90% of the main UK motor insurance companies and brokers.
You could save up to £504*
*51% of consumers could save £504.25 on their Rover Car Insurance. The saving was calculated by comparing the cheapest price found with the average of the next five cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from September 2023 data. The savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances and how you selected your current insurance supplier.
Click through on the ‘Get a Quote’ button above to compare Rover car insurance quotes from over 110 of the leading UK motor insurers, and obtain the most suitable fully featured cover and protection you require. The Quotezone click and compare service is entirely free to use. It is a totally independent and impartial insurance comparison site, already helping over 1 million drivers across the UK to get the best deal. Car insurance cover options:
• Fully Comprehensive: This covers you if your Rover is stolen, damaged by fire or accidentally damaged. You will also be covered for claims made by other people for bodily injury or damage to their property.
• Third Party Fire and Theft: This covers you if other people claim against you for injury or damage to their car or property, and if your Rover is stolen or damaged by fire.
• Third Party Only: This covers liability to third parties i.e. claims made by third parties, against you, for bodily injury or damage to their property.
Many of the last models produced by Rover in 2005 featured leather interiors and wood-style fascias, allied to an excellent standard of interior fit and finish. A superb range of both economical diesel and performance petrol engines delivered a smooth ride and a thoroughly enjoyable driving experience.
Although the company no longer manufacturers new cars the legacy of previous owners Honda and BMW can still be seen in the quality of modern day Rovers. The most popular models seen on UK roads include the Rover 25, 45 and 75. As part of Ford’s agreement to sell their Jaguar and Land Rover operations to Tata Motors, the Rover brand name was included in the deal, but has yet to be revived on any production cars.