An overall total of about 8700 of YA
Saloon and the YT Tourer version, which had twin carburettors (1948-50), were produced.
introduced in 1953 is an attractive re-styling of the TD. Angled radiator, sloping bonnet, faired in headlamps and separate seats distinguish this model from the TD. Power increased marginally to 57.5 bhp, by using TD MkII spec engine. More weight and higher back axle ratio means unchanged top speed. Wire wheels available as an option.
First BMC produced MG ZA
Saloon, made from 1953, shares basic body with Wolseley 4/44. 60 bhp from 1489 B series engine gives top speed of 75 mph, with excellent handling and road holding to go with it. Spacious four door body well trimmed with leather and wood.
MG Motto Special
, engine: MG L4 1389 cc (David Ash / Frank Ahrens) by David H. Ash at 12h Sebring
. The other Motto Special #44 had 1307 cc engine.