MG ZT/Rover 75 – Classic Car How To Guides and Articles | Classic Motoring Magazine

As with so many other MG saloons, the ZT is based upon a regular range, in this case the Rover 75 so yes the ZT might well have a faint whiff of Rover about it, but that’s okay because the 75 is a fine car. With the aid of BMW, this MG make over is done especially well to make a splendid low cost yet high quality sporting saloon in the mould of the ZA/ZB Magnette while the classy, cultured, commonsensical Tourer estate could well be the long awaited modern alternative to the late lamented Reliant Scimitar GTE – and all at prices you simply wouldn’t credit. Throw in vibrant owners clubs and forums and it’s easy to see why ZTs are becoming A Plus with their owners.

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