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Parkers overall rating: 2.5 out of 5 2.5


Smooth ride; quality finish


Small cabin; lots of shabby cars around


The second-generation 400 comes as a saloon or hatchback and represents the final Rover-Honda collaboration. It aimed for executive status with lashings of chrome and wood, but size matters in this class, and the compact 400 hatchback can't compete with Mondeo-sized rivals on interior space. It also looks a dated. That said, ride and comfort are strong points.

Consider a 400 for its all-round ability - but only if the price is not too high. 400 was reborn as the 45 in early 2000.

What owners say about this car

Size is enough for us. Electric windows, sunroof & central locking. Read owner review

Hatchback version. I also use a roof box when going on holiday. ... Read owner review

Fairly comfortable ride. Fairly good consumption on the motorway, although the fuel gauge is a... Read owner review


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