What's the used MG ZT-T estate like?
The MG ZT-T manages to keep the Rover 75's smooth ride and refinement, but adds more poise, better grip and sharper responses to make it a very enjoyable drive.
The engine range is the same as you find in the ZT saloon, and all but the entry-level 1.8 give strong performance. They do need to be worked hard, though.
Iits big boot means it's practical as well, but the garish styling might put some people off. Cabin space is good for four, though, and lots of kit came as standard. Best of all, the car was built when BMW owned MG Rover, so quality is good.