The iconic Viking Ship that forms part of the Rover logo was once a symbol of dependable British engineering and sturdily-built cars. Although no longer in production, Rover cars are iconic in Britain and form an integral part of its automobile history.
The Rover company was established in 1878 as Starley & Sutton Co, but didn’t start manufacturing motor vehicles till 1904. The company has a complex history of ownership and has traded under several brand names: British Leyland, Austin Rover Group, Rover Group and MG Rover. After the downfall of MG Rover in 2005 and the subsequent buyout by Ford, the Rover marque is now defunct with no new plans for redevelopment.
Sell My Rover
With Rover’s no longer being manufactured, you may struggle to find a buyer willing to pay a fair price for your car. However, you shouldn’t be prepared to expect less than fair value for your car. Contact the team at Car4.cash for a valuation based on market rates. Our prices are seriously competitive and we offer a quick and easy sale, which means you don’t have to waste your time going to every dealer in town. We offer on the 75 and Mini models of Rover and would consider the purchase of any condition of vehicle.
How To Sell My Rover The Easy Way
- Enquire – Contact our team on 0330 900 1313 for a no obligation quote or complete the valuation form that can be found on our home page.
- Drop off – Bring your old Rover to our nearest office to arrange an appointment for a physical examination.
- Cash – You will have the cash from the sale of your car in your bank account in a matter of hours, if not straight away.