Reliant Motor Company was a British car manufacturer, based in Tamworth, Staffordshire, England that mainly produced vehicles for niche markets such as small three-wheeled vehicles and sports cars. Reliant was best known for the three-wheeled Reliant Robin, but produced a variety of cars over 60 years, including popular sports cars, convertibles and commercial vehicles. Approximately half a million Reliant cars were built and sold in at least nine countries. For a period from the 1970s to the 1990s, Reliant was the UK’s 2nd biggest British-owned car manufacturer behind British Leyland.
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