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View all Rover 200 Cabriolet owner reviews
Rover 200 Cabriolet 1992-
  • Economy

    Value

    2 out of 5 2.0

    Generally acceptable, but does cost a lot if things go wrong, which they will

    Costs

    2 out of 5 2.0

    Expensive if using a dealer

  • On the road

    Driving

    3 out of 5 3.0

    Direct, precise steering, but does suffer from serious shake.

    Performance

    1 out of 5 1.0

    Good engine, but mine blew up at 70mph on the A34.

  • Living with it

    Reliability

    1 out of 5 1.0

    The roof wouldn't go up or down using the roof-switch so i did it manually for the time i had the car. The engine blew up and was replaced for a grand. Tyres pricey.

    Image

    3 out of 5 3.0

    Nice looking car, stylish alloy wheels.

    Comfort

    2 out of 5 2.0

    Nice leather interior. Dash is functional and stylish. Suffers from buffeting and high wind noise with the roof up and down.

  • Security and Service

    Security

    1 out of 5 1.0

    Has an alarm and immobilisor which have a mind of their own.

  • Problems and Ownership

    Problems

    Engine

    It blew up although it was well maintained, serviced and with only 30k use.

    Other

    I loved the car for about a week and would have paid someone to take it off me. I traded it in for the New Megane.

    Ownership

    Did you buy the car new?

    Used

    Would you buy the same model again?

    No

    Did you buy from the same manufacturer again?

    Yes