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MG ZT Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 2001
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
 

2004 - 2005

MG refreshed the ZT range in 2004 in a final attempt to make it a more desirable car on the market and upgraded the engines. After three years on the market, MG tried to make the ZT more appealing to its customers. The sales were slow, and the customers were not that happy with that model. Rover initially developed the car under BMW ownership. After it separated from the German carmaker, the ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  MG ZT 1.8L 5MT (160 HP)

  MG ZT 2.5L V6 5AT (180 HP)

  MG ZT 2.5L V6 5MT (190 HP)

  MG ZT 4.6L V8 5MT (260 HP)

diesel engines:

  MG ZT 2.0L CDTi 5MT (131 HP)

2001 - 2004

After BMW sold MG Rover group for 10 GBP in May 2000, the new owner decided to use the Rover 75 as a platform for an upscale, sportier model, and thus the MG ZT was born. It wasn't just a trim level for the 75 but differed in many ways from its sibling. Phoenix Consortium, the company that acquired MG Rover, thought that the sporty brand deserved more than just a different label on the ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  MG ZT 1.8i 16V 5AT (120 HP)

  MG ZT 1.8i 16V 5MT (120 HP)

  MG ZT 2.0d 5AT (131 HP)

  MG ZT 2.5L V6 5AT (180 HP)

  MG ZT 2.5L V6 5MT (160 HP)

  MG ZT 2.5L V6 5MT (190 HP)