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Parkers overall rating: 2.5 out of 5 2.5
Rover 400 Hatchback (95-00) - rated 2.5 out of 5
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PROS

Smooth ride; quality finish

CONS

Small cabin; lots of shabby cars around

At a glance

New price £10,940 - £18,750
Used price £145 - £1,075
Fuel economy 30 - 53 mpg
Road tax cost £160 - £265
Insurance group 15 - 26 How much is it to insure?

PROS

Smooth ride; quality finish

CONS

Small cabin; lots of shabby cars around

Rover 400 Hatchback rivals

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.

Rover 400 Hatchback rivals