Tuesday 28th August 2012
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MG F Overview

The MG F is a small roadster car produced by the British car manufacturing company, The Rover Group. This was the first new car to use the MG badge since the MGB which ended production in 1980. The MG F was replaced in 2002 by the MG TF. The MG F is great fun to drive, stylish and has good handling. The problem with this vehicle was the build quality and the interior was not up to scratch. These cars were very affordable compared to some other sporty looking small cars.

MG F History

MG is part of the Rover group which itself was taken over by BMW in 1994 when it went into receivership. This was one of the first cars to be launched since the BMW takeover and was the first sports car produced under the MG badge since 1980. This car came on the market in 1995 and remained top of the UK sales for affordable sports cars until the introduction of the TF in 2002. In 1999 the Mk2 version was introduced which mainly affected the interior and alloy wheels. Up until this point you could only get the 1.8 version, so the 1.6 version was introduced, albeit for a very short time. You could also get an automatic version of this car. Production ceased in 2002 with the introduction of the TF.


Standard trim 75th Anniversary Abingdon Freestyle SE Trophy

Fuel Economy

There were the 1.6 and 1.8L petrol engines available for this car. It was not too bad economically, getting roughly 35-40 mpg (miles per gallon) on average, depending on which version you got. It was well competitive in this area compared with other roadsters of the time.


There were both manual and automatic gearboxes available for this car. There is a section of the Breakeryard dedicated to MG gearboxes. Why not have a look to find your gearbox parts.


There are MG F parts to be found here at Breakeryard. We have a comprehensive network of UK Breakers which you can search through by entering your vehicle details in our parts finder or by visiting the MGF parts page today.