We have spent more than a decade building the most efficient MGF parts network for our customers. The combined knowledge of our MGF experts is hard to beat. Not only can they offer you massive savings on your parts, but they save you time and hassle as well. Despite some MG parts being hard to source, our network has always delivered. They have all the right contacts in the right places to make sure you get the MGF parts you need, no matter how large or small.
Our system couldnâ€™t be simpler, just enter your reg number, answer a couple of simple questions about your MG, and in no time at all you will start receiving your no obligation quotes. Despite the difficulty sometimes faced with sourcing MG parts, our network has always managed to find exactly what our customers need. No matter how rare or expensive you think your MG parts might be, put our network to the test, we think youâ€™ll be pleasantly surprised.
Apart from low volume specials produced by Rover, the MG badge hadnâ€™t been used on its own model since 1980. But in 1995 that all changed when the MGF was released. After its release it dominated the sales charts for affordable sports cars, and stayed there until the release of the MG TF in 2002. One unique feature of the MGF was its Hydragas suspension, which proved very successful in providing excellent ride quality and good performance.
A Historical Motorsport Nod
Shortly after the MGF was released the team started work on a variant if it simply known as the F. The model was a nod to the cars they produced in the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, which set new land speed records. It was a single seater producing 329bhp from its 1.4L engine. During 1997 it achieved 217 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats.