Whats this 'Monogram' stuff that people keep talking about? Is it aftermarket MG improvement? What is available for ZS?
its a load of different paints and some other bits to personalize you car from the factory, check out the MGRover site for more info - http://www.mg-rover.com
I saw an Alfa 156 with the same kind of monogram paint as well, and aint that cool.
Should details of this monogram be given to you when purchasing a new MG.?
I wasnt aware of any of the monogram stuff and possibly could have been if informed by my dealer..>=(
when i spoke to my dealer about the monogram he said they were going to be very expensive! upto 1000 pounds extra! >=(
I'm sure there are dealers out there who will offer some kind of an incentive to go down the Monogram route. However, my local dealer doesn't know his arse from his elbow, and hasn't a clue when it comes to Monogram. Yes, the most fantastical paintwork costs the most (£1,800 for a 75/ZT), but there are some really nice colours in the standard Monogram line-up too. There are supposed to be a new range of alloy wheels which I am yet to see any information on, as well as various other accessories, such as tow-bars, DVD players, Personal Line interior modifications etc.
All good stuff, but could stack up a bit!
(also, with the Monogram Paint, I wonder how easy it will be to get a Colour-Stick for them? I doubt Halfords will do a Monogram Chomactive Typhoon stick!)
David Lee Newsham
All MG Rover dealers should have brochues detailing the Monogram options.
The MG Z range can really benefit from new paint colours, alloys, interior treatments and graphics.
It would certainly make a change from the same old blue, yellow, red, siver and green.
Anybody seen the Monogram section on the Rover website?
Pretty dire - the Monogram site as opposed to the Monogram programme.
Hi John - your surname - where does it come from? Never heard it before....
[Edited by Dr Dave on 24-05-2002 at 11:50 PM GMT]