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MG ZT-T Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 2001
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

2004 - 2005

MG refreshed the entire ZT range in 2004, and that included the station wagon version for it, named ZT-T, but that didn't help too much. Three years after it was introduced on the market, the ZT-T still couldn't find enough customers to keep it alive. Sales were slow, and the management tried to make the car looks better. Rover initially developed the car under BMW ownership. After ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  MG ZT-T 1.8L 5MT (160 HP)

  MG ZT-T 2.5L V6 5AT (180 HP)

  MG ZT-T 2.5L V6 5MT (190 HP)

  MG ZT-T 2.5L V8 5TM (260 HP)

diesel engines:

  MG ZT-T 2.0L CDTi 5MT (131 HP)

2001 - 2004

After BMW sold the MG-Rover to Phoenix Consortium, the British carmaker tried to flex its muscles and showed what it could do without the mandatory restrictions from a giant carmaker. In 2001, MG introduced the ZT model and its station wagon sibling, the ZT-T. Both vehicles relied on the same platform built by Rover for the 75 series. But MG was known for its motorsport heritage and aimed to ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  MG ZT-T 1.8L 5MT (160 HP)

  MG ZT-T 2.5L V6 (190 HP)

  MG ZT-T 2.5L V6 5AT (180 HP)