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Old 10-21-2009, 09:39 AM   #31
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Default Re: Questions for the "new" MG TF

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Why would you want to downgrade to a MG?

In the UK, the MGF & MG TF were widely regarded as a distant second best to the Mazda MX5. The British built car also had appalling build quality as well as costly engine reliability issues.
Yes i got the same question ?????
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Old 10-30-2009, 11:41 AM   #32
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Yes i got the same question ?????
yeah, since then, my taste has changed quite a bit... partially due to the MG TF's delay in the North American market..

Before, I quickly got bored with the supercharged miata LS (6MT also, mind you), and wanted a MG TF as a more exotic replacement... well, that wont happen for a while...

I now drive an 05 E46 M3, perhaps I'll upgrade to an E92 M3 sometime next year..

as for roadsters, I now want to bet on the Z2 when (if) it comes out a few years later...
I test drove the new Z4, it was great by I think it's way over priced for what it is.. bottom line: not my cup of tea..

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