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MG ZT

MG ZT

Overall Average Rating - 87.53%Position in the Top 100 cars - 21st

Ratings

Position in the Top 100 carsReliability: 47thBuild Quality: 24thRunning Costs: 63rdPerformance: 28thBraking: 12thRide Quality: 34thHandling: 8thPracticality: 43rdComfort: 11thEase of Driving: 68th

Your Quotes

“Buying into an MG at the moment really does get you a lot of car at a bargain price. I can't really fault my experience of the ZT. I only wish it had better fuel economy.”

Mr Darren Gander - Kent

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“Brilliant car, reliable, fast and not overly expensive to run. V6 engine sounds wonderful and goes like a rocket.”

Mr David Overall - London

“An excellent sports tourer with a mix of performance and practicality.”

Colin Bullock - England

“An excellent car, which has proved to be very reliable, it is a great shame that the company went out of business. I also own an MGF, which is a concourse model (1.8i SE Freestyle). I am a member of the Durham MG Club, which is very active.”

Mr Stuart McNulty - County Durham

“It's a great, practical performance car for the family - it looks great and is a pleasure to drive, especially on long journeys. It can be a touch expensive to run and I find myself driving 'carefully' - which may be a good thing. It has been mostly reliable, though a few faults have emerged as the mileage creeps up to 80,000.”

Mr Simon Hudson - East Yorkshire

“I have been very pleasantly surprised by the ZT-T. The only negative point is the fuel consumption. Otherwise it drives well, accelerates well, it makes a great noise and I feel special every time I use it. To date nothing has gone wrong.”

Mr Christen Morch - Lancashire

Manufacturer Verdict (Position - 18th)

More than two-thirds of you are so smitten with your MGs that you intend to buy another, even though the firm isn'’t currently making any new cars. MGs might not be the smoothest riding or most practical models around, but there’'s nothing wrong with the handling and performance. It looks like the Chinese-owned MG TF will get a warm welcome when it returns to the UK later this year.

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