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  • Affordable Rover servicing at your local garage, backed up by NSN
  • 12-month guarantee on all parts and work carried out
  • Service will not invalidate your warranty
  • Free collection & delivery!*
  • Book today and receive 20% off an MOT, 10% off a service or 33% off an MOT when booked with a service

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National Service Network can service, MOT and repair all models of Rover cars
Step 3 Products & Pricing
Full Service (includes discount)from £150.47
Interim Service (includes discount)from £82.09
MOT with full service (33% off MOT, 10% off service)from £187.21

Rover Service

Our garages all have the latest diagnostic equipment to MOT, repair and service most Rover cars. All prices on this website are for undertaking your Rover service based on our great value Interim or Full Service menu programme but we can also service your Rover to the manufacturer programme if you prefer. NSN use high quality oils and parts that are manufactured to Rover (OE - Original Equipment) standard and so will not invalidate your warranty

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We can service these models made by Rover:

Read Rover articles

Rover began in 1878, but didn't produce its first car until 1901. Moderate success followed, with Rover enjoying a reputation of producing up-market cars, but it wasn't until the 1950s and 1960s that Rover really hit its stride, with the Land Rover becoming a storming success.

The Range Rover was introduced in 1970, which among comfort and versatility, also had 4x4 power and disc brakes on each wheel. Despite this model being a success, the economic background of the decade required the company to accept a government bail-out to the tune of billions of pounds.

At the end of the 70s, British Leyland, which Rover had been a part of since 1967, swapped 20% of its holdings for 20% of Honda's. Both companies developed cars together, the most famous result of which being the Rover 200, which proved to be extremely popular in the UK throughout its run, which ended production in 2000 but sold until 2007.

Rover as a company no longer exists. Various vehicle property rights and physical assets belong to Nanjing Auto and SAID and Ford owns the Rover marque, which India's Tata Motors will be using as part of their Jaguar Land Rover operations, which they bought from Ford in March 2008.

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