MG TF 160 Spark

MG TF 160 Spark

MG TF 160 Spark

The MG F was launched in the autumn of 1995 by the Rover Group, making it the third car to be launched after the takeover by BMW. It was powered by a 1.8 L K-Series 16-valve engine, the basic having 118 hp (87 kW) while the more powerful VVC (variable valve control) had 143 hp (107 kW). Rover Special Projects oversaw the development of the F's design and before finalising the styling bought-in outside contractors to determine the most appropriate mechanical configuration for the new car.

General Data

Make
TF
Sub Model
160 Spark
Model Code
RD
Production / Sales Year(s)
2004
Country of origin
United Kingdom

Body work and dimensions

Body type
Roadster
Doors
2
Number of seats
2
Length CM
394.3
Length in
155.24
Width CM
162.8
Width in
64.09
Height CM
126.1
Height in
49.65
Wheelbase CM
237.5
Wheelbase in
93.50
Curb Weight KG (EU)
1180
Curb Weight LBS (EU)
2601

Engine

Engine Type
Boxer
Engine Displacement (cc)
1796
Engine Displacement (cui)
110
Engine HP
158
Engine PS
160
Engine KW
118
@RPM
6900
Engine Max Torque (NM)
174
Engine Max Torque (Lb-Ft)
128
Engine Max Torque (kgf-m)
17.74
Engine Max Torque RPM
4700
Fueltype
Gasoline
Unless noted otherwise, DIN rated horsepower and torque is given.

Transmission

Transmission Type
Manual
Number of gears
5

Chassis

Engine position
Front
Drive Train
Rear Wheel Drive
Fuel Tank Capacity Liter
50

Performance (Factory Claim)

Top Speed Km/h
220
Top Speed MP/H
137
Acceleration 0-100 km/h | 0-62 Mph in sec.
7.6

Brakes and suspension

Front Brakes
Disk
Rear Brakes
Disk
Front Suspension
Coil Springs
Rear Suspension
Coil Springs
Standard Tire Size
Front 195/45R16V | Rear 215/40R16V

Emission & Environment

Emission Standard
Euro 3

Credit Photography and text

Technical Specifications
Archive Superclassics
Text Source
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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