There are a number of MG ZS 2.5 V6 common faults that you can expect to encounter if you purchase one of these cars. The following article details some of these common faults and will help you identify them as soon as possible. This article also covers the MG ZS 190, MG ZS 180, MG ZT 260, and MG ZR 160. So, let’s get started.
MG ZS 190
One of the most annoying things about MG cars is the way that they whine when you turn the gears on full lock and the jerky clutch on manual models. Some MG dealers try to repair these faults but they rarely do.
MG ZS 180
MG ZS 2.5 liters V6, from squeaky brakes to overheating, the car can develop any number of problems.
Engine – The V6 engine is the most common problem with this car. The engine isn’t a particularly smooth motor, so you’ll need to get a manual for it.
MG ZT 260
MG ZT 260s are notorious for common electrical problems, which often arise as a result of redesigned or repositioned under-bonnet ancillaries. However, despite their recent redesign, these cars still suffer from the minor electrical maladies common to all mass-produced cars.
MG ZR 160
MG ZR is a small but powerful sports car. Based on the Rover 25 and a little bit cheaper than its predecessor, the MG ZR is a very practical car that can be used for everyday driving and the occasional track day. Moreover, it is equipped with high-quality brakes, suspension, and tires. As long as you don’t have any accidents or damage, you should be fine.
Although the Z are robust, they are not impregnated with rust, which is usually a fairly minor problem. Corrosion, however, can be caused by weaker sealing around the rear wheel arches. Similarly, tires can throw up road debris, breaking the paint and allowing corrosion to start. Frontal stone chips are common, but they can be exacerbated by slightly brittle paint.