Hire the MG TF
MG produced a great roadster with the MG TF
A worthy successor to the MG F.
So why did we re-commission this MG TF rather than just "pinch" the number plate?
As a successor to the MG F the MG TF is more than just an old car wearing slick body panels.
Real development shows through in MG TF – it is a new generation roadster! Beneath the attractive dart-like body line, restyled air intakes/rear deck and behind the stylish projector lights - lives an amazingly different roadster. In its heyday, the TF earned an accolade from Italian car designers as the 'Most beautiful car in the world' – a very attractive 2-seater.
The MG engineers worked magic! they produced a great roadster with the TF .
With its lightweight four cylinder 16-valve 1.8-litre K Series engine - the TF has some real get-up-and-go
The MG engineers redesigned the TF running gear/suspension to give it even more agility. To the front are double wishbone suspension with coil springs - at the back is a multi-link rear axle set-up (important on a mid-engine car). Coupled with the lightweight four cylinder 16-valve 1.8-litre K Series engine, the TF has real get-up-and-go - for some reason the step-speed gearbox makes the TF feel quicker than our MG F 1.8 VVC with manual gearbox.
MG TF: a great MG Roadster- a worthy successor to the MG F.
The TF is a willing performer that revs sweetly and with the CTV auto-gearbox one cannot over-rev the engine!
Our MG TF 120 is fitted with MG's CVT sports auto “gearbox”, a six-speed sequential 'Tiptronic' transmission – “kick the floor” and its 118bhp and 122 lb ft of torque can get the rear wheels spinning on its way to 0 to 60mph in 9.7 seconds. It lets you snap up and down the ratios Formula One style using either the gear selector or the steering-wheel mounted up/down fingertip controls. Clutch-less gear changing whilst hanging onto the revs through winding roads is a breeze. With its lower weight to power ratio it will outstrip our 1.8 ZR 120. This also has the same racing style “Tiptronic” direct drive gearbox.