Some of the Reliant vehicles for which we are able to provide insurance quotes and cover include:
The Reliant Regal was a small three-wheeled car manufactured from 1953 until 1973, replacing the earlier Reliant Regent van. As a three-wheeler it was considered a tricycle and with its low weight could be driven on a motorcycle licence. A light-commercial variant with a side-hinged rear door was marketed as the Reliant Supervan.
Following the Reliant Regent and Reliant Regal, the much-loved small three-wheeled Robin Reliant was manufactured from 1973 by the Reliant Motor Company in Tamworth. The three-wheeler Robin, weighing less than 450 kg (992 lb), can be driven by holders of a B1 category driving licence in the United Kingdom, and registered and taxed at motorcycle rates. Powered by engines of between 748cc and 848cc, complemented by a four speed gearbox, the excellent economy delivered by the Robin Reliant is matched by competitively priced, high quality insurance from P F Spare Insurance Brokers.
Reliant began manufacturing the Reliant Kitten a couple of years later (1975) and it boasted a glass fibre body and an 848 cc all-aluminium inline-four engine. Although the Kitten shared virtually the same rear section as the Reliant Robin or Reliant Rialto, the engine moved frontwards and a double wishbone front suspension introduced. A total of 4,074 were made with 2 door saloon and 3 door estate car / van models available.
The name Reliant Scimitar covered a series of two door, four speed coupe / estate cars produced by Reliant between 1964 and 1986. Versions, such as the GTE and GTC came along and even included a convertible launched in 1980. The latest edition emerged in 1984 when Reliant launched the smaller Scimitar SS1.
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