OK, I'll take your word for it. You're the guy on the spot with an
encyclopedic knowledge of MG stuff.
On 5/8/2012 9:54 AM, PaulHunt73 wrote:
> Well, that isn't correct.
> The MGF was produced by Rover Group from 1995 while it was owned by
> BMW. MG Rover was formed after the sale of the marque by BMW to the
> Phoenix Group in 2000, and they continued to produce the MGF. It
> became the TF from 2002 until 2005 when MG Rover collapsed. The TF
> was based on the MGF but had re-engineered suspension and engines,
> both MGF and TF up to this time were entirely assembled at
> Longbridge. Nanjing bought the name in 2007 and in 2008 started
> producing the TF again with very few changes, this was the CKD kit
> only finally assembled at Longbridge. There was a much bigger
> difference between the Rover Group/MG Rover MGF and the MG Rover TF
> than there was between the MG Rover TF and the Nanjing TF. The
> Chinese TF was almost exactly the same as the MG Rover TF.
> ----- Original Message -----
>> What I read was the MG F was produced by the Rover group. The TF was
>> assembled from Chinese-built Complete Knock Down Kits (CKD) in the
>> UK. They were not the same cars.
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