an ZT 260 V8?
ZT 260 V8 enthusiasts welcome
MG ZT 260 V8
An impressive car from any angle! See our road review.
ZT 260 V8 road review
MG ZT 260 V8 launch
for MG ZT 260 V8MG
ZT 260 V8s registered so far
The V8 Register has been keen on this new V8 model and prepared to start a Workshop
Notes series for the model. Register
your MG ZT 260 V8
No. 6095 issued by MG Rover Group, Longbridge in 2003
No. 6095 (2003)
(File size 1.25MB PDF)
(Thanks to George
Wilder for finding
the brochure and supplying a copy)
in the Highlands
Robert MacGillivray's car enjoying the views. More
& technical support
We have launched a series of workshop notes for the ZT &
ZTT 260 V8 models along the lines of the two successful series we have for the
MGBGTV8 and the RV8. Do get in touch if you would like to contribute a service
or spares tip for the series, or post a brief note on the V8BB.
Eventful time with a ZTT
(Starlight Silver 0399) has registered his MG ZT-T 260 V8 with us and sent in
an account of what he describes as "a wonderful introduction to MG V8
Motoring, second only to my 1983 Talbot Sunbeam Lotus". (4.3.06)
ZT 260 V8s for sale?
A number of ZT & ZTT 260 V8s have been
seen for sale including one on the V8 website.
Barry Dean in Cambridgeshire
offered Royal Blue 0575 (2004 04) MG ZT-T 4.6 litre V8 260 SE VIN: SARRXGTGB5D000575
with Cream full leather and 30,000 miles for sale. It had Sat Nav, TV, Harmon
Kardon 6 player CD, full MG service history, RAC Gold warranty to May 2008. Xenon
lights, heated seats, electric seats, 18" alloys, sunroof, climate control,
all for £12,995. SOLD
Was there a ZT 260 V8 SE?
(Trophy Blue 0368) from Somerset obtained one of the last unregistered ZT 260
SEs available in February 2007. Colin's reply to the question is "there
was definitely a ZT 260 SE version of the ZT 260 V8. It is the much more desirable
model. Also there are Mk1 and MK2 versions of the ZT 260 V8. The Mk2 is the later
face-lift version designed by Peter Stevens in early 2004, and again it is the
more desirable version with traction control which the MK1 didn't have".
You can see the comparative specifications at the XPower website. More