We offer specialist repairs on gearbox, DMF, CSC and all clutch related hydraulic systems and clutch replacement for your Rover. So whether you drive a:

  • MINI (1989 – 2000)
  • 100 (1990 – 1999)
  • City Rover (2003 – 2005)
  • 200 (1984 – 1999)
  • Cabriolet, Tourer, Coupé (1992 – 2005)
  • 25 (1999 – 2005)
  • Montego / Estate (1989 – 1996)
  • 400 (1990 – 1999)
  • 45 (1999 – 2005)
  • 600 (1993 – 1999)
  • 75 (1999 – 2005)
  • 800 (1986 – 1999)

We can help get your car firing on all cylinders again.

In addition to our offering the best in clutch and gearbox reconditioning, repair and replacement, we also provide a full range of garage services for your Rover. These include, but are not limited to, battery inspection, general repairs, full servicing and we also hold full MOT capabilities.

So give our team a call, whatever your motoring need, and they will gladly help you and arrange for you to get back on the road. The full range of options is offered at each of our four branches – Birmingham, Cannock, Derby and Tipton – simply choose the branch closest to you for your convenience. We offer vehicle recovery if you require rescuing from the roadside, and we also offer a free courtesy car for you to use while we carry out the repairs to your vehicle. We appreciate how valuable your time is, and we want to make car repairs and maintenance as minimal a distraction as possible.

As an independent business, we are not tied to a particular manufacturer and also we are free to source the highest quality replacement parts for all of our jobs. The beauty of being independent is that we can offer the highest level of care and expertise, without charging main dealership prices. Our technicians are trained to be experts in their field, with many years experience on hand to identify the problems, diagnose the issues and implement the repair. We are a family owned business and are very proud of our 25 year heritage, and we are keen to keep our excellent reputation within the industry by continuing to provide A1 levels of service and care to our customers. 

All of our work is covered by our comprehensive parts and labour warranty. Even better, all of our clutch kits are covered for 2 full years, an industry leading offer. This is part of the reason we get so many happy customer reviews.

Click on the links above to find your closest branch and get in touch today. We will have you back on the road, for less money, in no time!

Rover was a British manufacturer that started making cars in 1904, having been founded as a bicycle maker in 1878 under the name Starley & Sutton Co. of Coventry.

Despite several mergers and acquisitions, Rover retained its identity throughout the twentieth century as it was part of the British Leyland Company, British Aerospace and BMW to name just three owners.

The brand name, along with the ownership of the company continued to change hands in the 1990s and 2000s, with Chinese manufacturer Nanjing Automotive SAIC being the last owner. SAIC took some Rover technologies and applied them to the Roewe marquee, but as there has not been a Rover car made since 2005 it is considered dormant.

Rover enjoyed some tremendous success both as their own company and during the British Leyland ownership. With some iconic cars throughout the 1960’s (P5/P6) 1970’s, Range Rover (yes, that Range Rover) and 1980’s – SD1.

Having started as a small operator, Rover sold more motorcycles than cars in the early years; however they soon became established as a high quality brand that sold cars at very competitive prices. This helped their popularity between World Wars and left them in a position to flourish in the 1950’s. The Rover Gas Turbine experimental car in 1950 proved the concept of jet powered cars and was shown at motor show extensively in the UK and USA. A later jet car from Rover, the Rover-BRM, was developed in the early part of the 1960’s took part in the 1963 (finishing 8th) and 1965 (10th) Le Mans 24 Hour Race – with Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart driving in the 1965 edition. The 1964 race was abandoned by the team after the car was damaged in transport to the event. The car averaged 107.8mph in 1963 with the eye wateringly poor consumption rate of just 6.97mpg!

Cars launched under the British Leyland Motor Corporation badge included the legendary Range Rover in 1970, the Rover SD-1 (police car to catch the Cosworth driving getaway drivers) in 1976, the Rover 200 and Rover 800.

Later cars under the British Aerospace/BMW/MG Rover Group ownership included the Rover 200, 400, 600 series, and the Land Rover Discovery and Freelander. The Rover 100 (essentially the Austin Metro) was also launched in 1994 but with production lasting just 3 years. In 1998 Rover launched the Rover 75 – an executive car aimed at the drivers of the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series and Mercedes Benz C Class. In 1999, the car won the title of ‘Most Beautiful High Class Saloon’ in a leading Italian press magazine – just about the highest praise designers can get. 75s were produced at the Rover plant in Longridge, Birmingham until the company ceased trading in 2005.