2003 MG TF - Wins Praise in New Zealand
February 27, 2003
MG TF WINS TOP ACCOLADE IN NEW ZEALAND
MG TF, the UK's best-selling sports car, has been voted Performance Car of the Year by Driver Magazine, at the Annual Motoring Industry Car of the Year Awards in New Zealand.
Selected for its "truly sporting chassis and brisk performance", Driver Magazine said that it "really liked the MG TF and found it both fun and a serious performer". The MG TF beat the HSV/Monaro, Maserati Coupe/Spyder and Mitsubishi Diamante Ralliart.
Allan Dick from Driver Magazine commented: "The MG TF 160's new suspension set-up, improved body torsional rigidity, more powerful engines and attractive new styling were key influences in the judging panel's decision to vote the TF Driver Magazine's Performance Car of the Year."
John Tweedy, International Markets Director at MG Rover Group, said: "This success in the first few months of our re-entry in to New Zealand is another example of the great enthusiasm for our products shown in new markets and bodes well for our expansion in international markets."
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From WikipediaThe MG F and later the MG TF are mid-engined, rear wheel drive roadster cars produced from 1995 onwards. The MG F was the first all-new car to bear the MG marque since the MG MGB, produced from 1962 to 1980. Production of the MG TF stopped in 2005, when MG Rover went into receivership, only to resume production in 2007 under the company's new owners Nanjing Automobile of China.
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