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Rover goes right back to 1877 when two gents in Coventry, William Kemp and John Starley, went into partnership making pennyfarthings and tricycles in a small workshop. Their first Rover car - boasting 8 horse power - appeared in 1904, and two years later the Rover Car Company was founded.

Like many British car manufacturers, the rest of Rover's company history reads like a game of pass the parcel. Trading as Rover it produced cars between 1904 and 1967 when it was sold to Leyland Motor Corporation. This brought Rover under the same ownership as those other British motoring legends, Morris, Austin and Jaguar.

Rover has since survived subsequent mergers, nationalisation, de-mergers, being sold to British Aerospace, then to BMW Group, then to Ford, and now it's the Indian multinational Tata Group that's in charge. Legally, the Rover marque is still the property of Land Rover, so the two brands are closely tied to this day.

Along the way Rover has produced a remarkable array of fine British vehicles. We have Rover to thank for the whole Land Rover and Range Rover range, and refined, upmarket saloons like the P4 and P6, the Mark II and the Rover 75.

Since Ford's takeover, no Rover vehicles have entered production. Whether Tata plans to do anything with the marque remains to be seen, but at the moment it's considered dormant. A quiet end to a proud motoring history, producer of some of the toughest and finest vehicles that ever rolled off the blocks in the UK.

Gumtree's Top Rover Models

ROVER 200

Introduced in 1989, this is a great hatchback option from Rover, available as a three- or five-door. A super range of K-Series petrol engines, as well as 1.9 Peugeot diesel and 1.8 turbodiesel, you're in for a smooth drive. The later coupe option is stylish and fun, and packs in a great Honda T-Series 2.0-litre that feels as powerful as a turbo.

ROVER 75

BMW took over Rover and gave us the Rover 75. A plush executive car, it delivers a blissfully smooth ride and comfort, and is ultra-quiet even at top speed. It was a favourite with government ministers and was in production from 1998 to 2005. Available as a front-wheel drive saloon or estate, and latterly as a rear-wheel drive super-powered V8, it's still a reliable, affordable upmarket buy.

ROVER 800 SERIES

The Rover 800 appeared in 1986, an executive car that sold remarkably well. Available as a four-door saloon, five-door fastback or two-door coupe, it's a Rover model that was produced in partnership with Honda. It became a keystone of the British government's car fleet, used by many UK police forces too. Spacious, comfortable and reliable, you can choose from three 2.0-litre Rover petrol engines, a Honda 2.5 or 2.7-litre V6, or a pumped-up VM Motori 2.5l 8b Turbo diesel.

ROVER 100

Looking for a cheap, reliable runaround? You could do a lot worse than the classic Rover 100. An updated version of the Austin-then-Rover Metro, with a sweet-spinning K-Series engine, great ride quality and comfort throughout, it is a little cramped when there's four of you in there but increasingly viewed as a classic - especially the souped-up GTI 16V and cabriolet versions.

ROVER 600

The most reliable Rover of its era, which spanned 1993 to 1999, the 600 Series is a great looking, understated four-door saloon. Another product of a Rover-Honda partnership, it's based around the Accord. A range of turbo options are available, but its best with the staple Honda-powered engines, offered in 113 and 129HP, with the 2.3-litre delivering the smoothest ride.

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