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Old 9th February 2020, 21:36   #1
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Default MG ZT Sport Leather Seats (Saloon, Heated, Memory)

Looking to sell a set of ZT Saloon Black Sports Leather Seats, these are Electric, Heated Seats with the Memory function. In amazing condition with absolutely no bolster wear.

They are the very grainy leather type as I've seen both black leather seats that have very smooth leather and others with a lot of grain in them.

Will upload some photos soon as I couldnt remove them from the car today due to the weather

Looking for £250 collected from LS24

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Old 10th February 2020, 15:37   #2
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I believe the ‘grainy’ ones are from 75 Contemporary and the smoother ones are from ZTs.
Though, I may be wrong but I’ve only ever seen the textured ones in 75s
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Old 10th February 2020, 16:12   #3
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I believe the ‘grainy’ ones are from 75 Contemporary and the smoother ones are from ZTs.
Though, I may be wrong but I’ve only ever seen the textured ones in 75s
I had manual ones in my zt, swapped out for electric memory ones from a contemporary 75, they were the same as each other. The leather facing was relatively smooth, with the vinyl section being coarse on both.

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Old 11th February 2020, 06:58   #4
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I believe the ‘grainy’ ones are from 75 Contemporary and the smoother ones are from ZTs.
Though, I may be wrong but I’ve only ever seen the textured ones in 75s
I thought 75 seats were a totally different design to the zt leather seats. Are they not a different shape and have piping?

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Old 11th February 2020, 17:29   #5
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I thought 75 seats were a totally different design to the zt leather seats. Are they not a different shape and have piping?

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The 75 contemporary model had a zt style interior, with plain leather wheel and waiters (as opposed to perforated). I believe they had 75 (orange) illuminated gauges though and black oak dash trim.

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Old 11th February 2020, 21:31   #6
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The 75 contemporary model had a zt style interior, with plain leather wheel and waiters (as opposed to perforated). I believe they had 75 (orange) illuminated gauges though and black oak dash trim.

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About right but the dash on mine is the white backlight as found on all facelift 75's. Did like the orange hue though.

I think the Contemporary was part leather ZT type seats whereas the Contemporary SE was the full leather.

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About right but the dash on mine is the white backlight as found on all facelift 75's. Did like the orange hue though.

I think the Contemporary was part leather ZT type seats whereas the Contemporary SE was the full leather.

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The Rover Mk2 all-leather seats fitted to the Contemporary SE were known as (front all electric/memory driver side) Sports Seats, standard on the SE and available as an option on other models, only in black and I believe a mix of leather and artificial (vinyl?) panels - on mine the side bolsters/headrests are pimpled, the centre panels are smooth.
Need to check but there were other 'leather trims' for Sports Seats available as Personal Lines (red, green, blue...?)

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Old 13th February 2020, 12:36   #8
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Just to clear up any confusion, these were the interiors.

Rover 75 contemporary had ZT style seats which were half leather/half cloth, black oak dash, black door cards etc.



The contemporary SE was the same as above but had heated electric full leather ZT style seats.



On both models the backlighting for the dials on the instrument cluster and dash clock was white, everything else was amber, same as all the mkii 75's apart from some early mkii's which still had mki instrument clusters and dials fitted with the amber backlighting behind the dials.
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The Rover Mk2 all-leather seats fitted to the Contemporary SE were known as (front all electric/memory driver side) Sports Seats, standard on the SE and available as an option on other models, only in black and I believe a mix of leather and artificial (vinyl?) panels - on mine the side bolsters/headrests are pimpled, the centre panels are smooth.
Need to check but there were other 'leather trims' for Sports Seats available as Personal Lines (red, green, blue...?)
There was the cream coloured sports seats (oxford?). Quite a rare and expensive option, all leather too apparently, ie no vinyl.

Attractive but still came with ash grey carpets and dash. Not sure if this was a zt only option or was available for the contemporary 75 also.



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