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Recent Rover part requests

  • Model Year Part Time
  • 45 2005 BUMPER (REAR) 17:16
  • 25 1999 FUSE BOX (IN DASHBOAD) 17:05
  • 75 CLUB SE CDT 2003 BONNET 14:05
  • METRO S 1992 RADIATOR 11:00
  • 400 414 I 1996 PARCEL SHELF 07:23
  • MAESTRO CLUBMAN D 1994 CYLINDER HEAD 13:49
  • 25 SI 16V 2005 SUNROOF 12:43
  • 400 N/A VACUUM PUMP 21:04
  • 45 2004 BUMPER (REAR) 12:38
  • 45 CLUB SE STEPSPEED 2005 TRANSITERPACK 10:17
  • 75 2002 ALTERNATOR 11:09
  • 45 IMPRESSION 3 2003 TOWBAR WITH WIRING 19:00
  • 200 1994 WHEEL TRIM (SET) 17:05
  • 25 IL 16V 2003 FUEL PUMP (PETROL) 09:50
  • 75 CLASSIC CDT 2005 INSTR 07:44
  • 200 1999 EXHAUST FRONT SECTION 18:01

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Rover Info

Rover is now a dormant British automotive marque that has been used in the car industry from 1904 up until 2005. During which time it switched hands between various companies including the Rover Company, British Aerospace and BMW. The original company has its roots manufacturing bicycles and motorcycles before expanding into the modern car a little later.

Under British Leyland in 1970, they launched the Range Rover, combining the standard 4x4 Land Rover with the comfort of its saloons to produce a luxurious version. The original Range Rover was powered by the ex-Buick V8 engine. In 1979, the company formed a mutually beneficial relationship with Honda Motor Company of Japan, leading later to the release of the Rover 200 and the Triumph Acclaim. The vehicles during this period are quoted as originally being sourced from Honda.

With BMW taking over the brand in the 1990s, Rover saw a revival in its images and the amount of models in production including the 75 model. In 2000 however, BMW decided to split up the Rover Group, selling Land Rover to Ford and the Rover business to the Phoenix Consortium, but maintained control over the brand.

Due to the financial troubles that followed with MG Rover, the company collapsed and the brand was eventually transferred to Tata motors where it now remains. That said, a considerable number of working vehicles are still out on the road today, bearing the Rover brand.

Our breakers have quoted on 227 Rover parts in the last 30 days. Popular requests during that time have been for replacement door mirror / wing mirror (passenger side electric), brake caliper (front driver side), bumper (rear), parcel shelfs and seat (front driver side). Quotes have ranged from £15.00 for a Rover 75 Club Cdti Tourer parcel shelf to £255.00 for a Rover 400 ABS pump. There are currently 114717 Rovers left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Rover in 2017 were bumper (front), engine (petrol complete), alternators, bumper (rear) and bonnets.

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