Rover Rover 400/45 (1995-2005)

Price: £750

Which? Overview

The Rover 400, a medium-sized car, launched in 1995, but received an update in 2000 and became known as the 45, but its life ended with Rover's demise in 2005. But was it ever any good? Read our full review to find out. Which? doesn't provide a test score or specific model reliability rating for older models like this - we recommend choosing a newer alternative.

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    Technical Specifications

    Summary

    Large

    Vehicle segments based on a car's core attributes such as size and speed.

    01 May 1995

    UK launched date.

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    New prices are sourced from 500 different franchised dealers each month, sorted by region, to provide accurate real-world data. It covers all major manufacturers and is representative of on-sale models per manufacturer.

    £750 - £1415

    Used prices are based on published dealer transaction prices directly sourced from multiple online markets on a rolling basis, including car supermarkets, franchised dealers and independent garages.

    Exterior size

    0,004 - 4,540

    Total vehicle length, front to rear.

    1,700 - 1,923

    Maximum width including door mirrors.

    1,386 - 4,490

    Total vehicle height, excluding aerial (if fitted).

    Seating

    5

    Number of seats and seat belts provided.

    Yes

    Indicates if the rear seats can be folded forward to increase luggage capacity.

    No

    Indicates if the passenger seats have the Isofix international standard attachment points for child safety seats.

    Boot space

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    Measured boot capacity in litres.

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    Measured boot capacity (with the rear seats folded) in litres.

    Combined MPG

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on out of town and cross-country driving. A good comparison figure, though not necessarily what you should expect to achieve.

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on out of town and cross-country driving. A good comparison figure, though not necessarily what you should expect to achieve.

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    Official fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on official lab tests. A good comparison figure, though not necessarily what you should expect to achieve. Differences between data quoted here and manufacturer data may be due to minor specification variations on the models we test, such larger alloy wheels.

    Urban MPG

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on simulating town driving.

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on simulating town driving.

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    Official fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on government testing simulating town driving.

    Extra Urban MPG

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on simulating out-of-town driving.

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on simulating out-of-town driving.

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    Official fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on government testing simulating out-of-town driving.

    Motorway MPG

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on simulating out-of-town driving.

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    Tested fuel-economy figure in miles per gallon based on simulating out-of-town driving.

    CO2 emissions

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    Tested carbon dioxide emissions, in grams per kilometre (g/km).

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    Tested carbon dioxide emissions, in grams per kilometre (g/km).

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    Official carbon dioxide emissions, in grams per kilometre (g/km). Differences between data quoted here and manufacturer data may be due to minor specification variations on the models we test, such larger alloy wheels.

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