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Have you ever owned an MG F? Did you have to replace any parts on the vehicle? If so, then we want to know about your experience and how the replacement parts performed. Leave your comments in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

MG F Overview

The MG F is classed as a roadster sports car and was produced by the British car manufacturing company The Rover Group under the MG marque. The MG F was the first new car to be produced using the MG badge since the MG MGB ceased production in 1980. The MG F was in production from 1995 – 2002 and was then replaced with the new MG TF which was based on the F platform design. This car is great fun to drive and is very affordable. It looks good and is a stylish little car which handles well and the MG brand holds its value well. These are not as well built as the TF which followed but are a lot cheaper to buy. Does this sound anything like your experience of this car?


The Mark I (1995-99) was the third new car to be produced since BMW took over the Rover Group that year. This version was only available as a 1.8L and was quick to become very popular in the UK. It was soon to top the UK charts for affordable sports cars and would stay there until it was replaced in 2002 with the MG TF.

The Mark II (1999-2002) had a bit of a makeover which mainly affected the exterior design and a revised interior design. A 1.6L engine was also introduced alongside the 1.8L engine. A Steptronic automatic gearbox was also introduced and the Rover Group was sold in 2000 which didn’t affect the sales of this vehicle to much. The MG TF replaced this car in 2002.


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Fuel Economy

There were 1.6 and 1.8L petrol engines available, with the 1.6L offering the slightly better fuel economy, with up to 38mpg and the 1.8L up to 37mpg. Which engine did you have and how did it perform economically? Remember the age, fuel type and engine size will affect the fuel economy of the vehicle.


The MG F was available as a 5-speed manual and a Steptronic or Stepspeed automatic gearbox. Which gearbox did you have and how do you rate its performance? Have a look at the MG Gearbox section of our website to find the gearbox parts you need for this car.


If you are looking for MG F parts then we can help. Here at Breakeryard you can find parts for this car at amazingly cheap prices. We have a vast network of UK Breakers who have parts for all makes and models. Enter your vehicle details in our part finder or visit the MG F parts page to find the parts you are looking for.