1997 MG F The MG F was introduced in 1995 as a British response to the successful Mazda MX-5. The England, a country with a great history in the construction of sports spiders and roadsters, have pulled out of the cylinder a small 2-seater mid-engine convertible that on paper promised great success. The car was balanced and light, also thanks to the all-aluminum 1.8L Rover K-series engine, which guaranteed good torque at low revs, but lacked some build quality and reliability defects.
The car we are proposing is in good condition with a classic British racing green colour, which is well suited to the spirits of this car.
Currently the MG F has low market values, a rare asset nowadays. This car can in fact be purchased by a wide range of people of all ages, and used as a second car for various purposes, from cruise along the lake to a spirited drive on the Alpine passes.