Is a Rover 75 reliable?

The 75 was almost certainly the best-built Rover ever. Early cars had their problems, but these were sorted out reasonably quickly and owners generally report that the 75 is well screwed together and trouble-free. However, there are weak spots.

What is the best Rover 75 engine?

The best engine, in our view, is the BMW-sourced 2.0 CDT turbodiesel. It just suits the 75’s character so well – smooth, punchy, frugal and extremely quiet.

Will the Rover 75 become a classic?

If ever there was a car that has become the epitome of an up-and-coming classic, the Rover 75 is it. Already, there’s a strong following among classic enthusiasts and the 75 and ZT Owners Club is thriving, as one of the fastest growing car clubs in the UK.

Is the Rover 75 a good car to buy?

The Rover 75 is a British-built car to be proud of. Currently riding on a wave of goodwill, the 75 is a car that can be bought with head as well as the heart. If you want a car that’s refined, sophisticated and which has more of a presence and sense of occasion than any of its rivals, take a look at a Rover 75.

What kind of engine does a Rover 75 have?

Directly thereafter a V8 version was added, using the same 260bhp 4.6-litre Mustang-sourced engine as the MG ZT 260 and shortly after that an extended wheelbase limousine model was launched. The 75 joined the choir invisible in 2005 as MG Rover sadly departed from volume car production.

Are there any problems with the Rover 75 saloon?

It needs the reversing sensors, high boot, small back screen, big c pillars means it is a bugger to reverse into a car parking space. Hard to judge the corners too…but since it has no rubbing strips on the doors and is prone to dings from other car doors I always park away from other cars! Have you had any problems with the car?

When did the new Range Rover 75 come out?

A 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine was also offered, and the Tourer estate version was introduced in summer 2001. A turbocharged version of the 1.8T engine was introduced in 2002 to replace the thirsty and inefficient 2.0-litre V6 but the biggest change to the range came in early 2004 when the 75 was treated to a controversial facelift.