MG TF 160 2003 posters

MG TF 160

The MG TF was released in 2002 as a facelift of the MGF, featuring a range of changes. The most significant of these mechanical changes included the switching to coil springs from Hydragas suspension, a new air-induction system which increased power, and a 20% increase in the body's torsional stiffness. In addition, cosmetic tweaks such as a revised grille, redesigned front headlights, bumpers, and side air-intake grills, and a altered rear boot, were also implemented. The MG TF was the first car in its class to be awarded a leading 4-star safety performance from EURONCAP. The sales of the MG TF, while not high, were proving reasonably popular when compared to other affordable sports cars. However, the production was suspended in 2005 following the collapse of MG Rover. Subsequently, Nanjing Automobile Group purchased the remaining assets of the company and has plans to restart production of a redesigned version of the car in Longbridge and Ardmore, Oklahoma in early 2007. This redesigned model will also become available to U.S. buyers for the first time. When MG Rover was declared bankrupt and the company no longer held the rights to its 25 and 75 models, the administrators at PricewaterhouseCoopers identified that the MG TF was in fact the company's most valuable remaining asset.

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