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MG F/ TF Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 1995
Engines: Gasoline
Body style: Convertible (spider/spyder, cabrio/cabriolet, drop/open/soft top)
 

2002 - 2005

In 2002, the British carmaker Rover introduced a facelifted version for its little roadster TF, sold under the MG brand. The classic British roadster used to feature front engines and rear-wheel drive. But the MG TF was not a classic vehicle. It was more like a modern interpretation of the roadster concept. It featured a mid-engine and rear-wheel drive system. After a troubling experience wit...

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gasoline engines:

  MG TF 1.6L 5MT (116 HP)

  MG TF 1.8L 5MT (135 HP)

  MG TF 1.8L 5MT (160 HP)

  MG TF 1.8L CVT (120 HP)

1995 - 2001

Launched as part of GM's statement of having gotten back into business in 1992 and the success registered by parent company BMW's Z3 model, the F model was one fats car. The car came with a choice of two engines displacing 1.8 L and delivering power outputs of 118 hp, for the regular K-Series 16V engine and 145 hp for the VVC version respectively. Besides the fortunate mix of performa...

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gasoline engines:

  MG F 1.8i 5MT (120 HP)

  MG F 1.8i VVC 5MT (145 HP)

  MG F 1.8L SE Trophy 5MT (160 HP)