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Written on: 05/01/2015 by rayhart (1 review written)
Good points A joy to own and drive. Reasonable power, very comfortable with perfectly acceptable handling if driven with sensitivity. Every journey feels like a special occasion, especially with the roof off. Bad points Ferrari looks can create jealousy. I have a 1995 NA revision 3 with 175 bhp. She is in fantastic condition for a twenty year old car, is just approaching 100,000 miles, starts first time and sounds wonderful above 4,000 rpm. The engine is smooth, flexible and potent enough… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/01/2013
Had this car just over ten years and has never broke down, runs well drives well. Looks like a baby Ferrari without the expense. Since having this car I have only ever changed the clutch once, which can be pricey, but worth it. The obvious would be regular servicing once a year, tyres and car tax which has recently arisen to £120 for 6 months. Petrol at today's price of £1.30 per litre I can fill up around £50-£55 and get about 250-270 miles to the tank, depending whether you are on… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/03/2010
Mr2 is one of the best mr cars for the price.Ive got a 1996 gti 178bhp and its quicker then BMW 323.its fastest 2liter i have driven.car really comes alive after 4500 rpm then exhaust note changes and becomes more aggressive and car feels very fast and pulls all the way to 137+.handling is excellent on dry it feels like its on rails.and its the most reliable sports car around and will never let you down if you treat it right.next is to buy Mr2 turbo… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2010
Wanted to own a Toyota MR2 SW20 G-limited for 15 years and finally, after many cars in-between I got a red second hand T-Top in great cond and I love it! It is surprisingly roomy for a 2-seater, the space at the front is probably the same as one would expect from a full-sized sedan and the boot fits all I need, even weekly groceries. It drives beautifully, handles amazingly well, economical to run and is sure a looker to behold. She even has a name - Martootsie! Got the new car scent smellies… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/11/2009
I bought an mr2 mk 2 non turbo 20gti last month. I had lots of sports cars like mrs , mercedes slk , bmw z3 , alfa spider and much more but I had never have such a beautiful car like this toyota mr2 . It makes and drive me crazy all the way and makes me very happy . It is a coupe and a convertible as well when I take the T-roof off on sunny days. It is totally good value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/08/2009
The Toyota MR2 Mk2 is an absolutly Fantastic Little sports car, espesially for £1000 (just be ready for petrol bills)… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/07/2009
The Toyota MR2 Mk2 is a great car, economical to run, reliable with good perfomance,good looking car that stands out against all the boring cars now on the roads… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/04/2009 by s r w (1 review written)
Owned Toyota MR2 Mk2 1993 turbo for 10 years new handbrake cable, discs and pads all round at 100,000 miles payed £8000 10 years ago, would i sell if offerd £3000 no way… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2009 by MRThom (1 review written)
i brought my Toyota MR2 Mk2 , two years ago,, it may only be the single cam 2.0 model, but she quick, fun and cheap.. paid £400.00 for it and only had to part with a 1a for new caliper.. bargain two no problem m.o.ts. and a summer of roof out fun ahead. cant get two bag of compost in boot !!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2008
I have wanted a Toyota MR2 since i was a child and now i have one and absolutely love it. I have had a few problems with mine but i dont mind tinkering and playing to make her purr because ..she is worth the little extra!
A truly fantastic drive… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2008 by mr02wa (1 review written)
It is simply insane to drive. At the traffic lights, 4000rpm, light turns green, drop the clutch and bam!!! You're literally pinned into your seat and you're just flying. It is just awesome!
Then there's the cornering. Turning into a corner and you put your foot down and the back swings out. A little surprising at first but it sure gets addictive.
You're not going to get a car for the same price that drives and looks as good… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/01/2008
Heavy duty billsteins, coupled with Pirelli PZero Assimetricos allow me to eat everything in the corners, Minis, 05-06 Corvettes, 98 BMW M3, 04 Mercedes E55 AMG, and a 02 Porsche 911 Carrera. In the proper trained hands, this car can easily be one of the faster cars on any given day at the track. Toyota set out to make the MR2 handle as closely as possible to real super cars of the day, (cars above Ferrari and Lamborghini's level) and Toyota exceeded. As a matter a fact Toyota gave the car… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/03/2007 by Craig Drury (1 review written)
If you want a cheap, reliable, attractive, good handling, practical 2 seat sports car, then buy a SW20 MR2! Only not mine, as I still can't bring myself to sell it!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/01/2007 by wlmcdonough (5 reviews written)
I wanted something fun and fast, eventually opting for a mark 2 rev 2 Toyota MR2 Turbo. The Fiat Dino is the 'poor man's Ferrari' apparently, I actually think the MR2 has a better claim to the title. The sound of the turbo spooling up as it pushes you back into your seat is an experience well worth the money. A tank of fuel costs approx. £40 (@85p a litre) and will do only about 180-200 miles, tops 230 if driven sensibly (as if!). Electric adjustable folding mirrors, air con + climate control… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2006 by garryw (1 review written)
On a dry country road, I've yet to find a more fun car to drive. The 0 - 60 time is decent, but it's the handling that makes it worthwhile. It's almost a challenge to get it to slide on a dry surface. However, beware on a wet road...It's fine coming off a corner in 4th or 5th, but try accelerating hard out of a curve on 2nd or 3rd, and you might have some problems.
Overall, if you drive the Toyota MR2 Mk2 sensibly you'll have no problems, and many fun summer days of open top motoring!… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/11/2005 by Faytal (2 reviews written)
The Toyota MR2 2.2's are great as commuter cars, and for a night on the town, especially if you want the night off from taxiing because these are 2 seaters. The non-turbo engine is larger 2.2 L vs. The 2.0 L on the turbo, and you have to spend way more money on insurance if the vins read turbo. My suggestion - convert! These cars are rear wheel drive with a mid engine design, making drifting and such a breeze… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2004 by markdudman (1 review written)
I have owned two Toyota MR2's, one in 1990 from new, one in 1998 used, in between cars I bought a house. The first car was reliable and totally dependable, after this I vowed to buy another as soon as possible. My second car had 4 previous onwers! I've had a couple of maintenance bills with it, but I think this was more to do with the standard of the Franchise garage servicing.
Second hand ones are more risky to buy than new.
For a 2 seater sports they are however cheap to run. Insurance for… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/08/2003 by mr2fan (1 review written)
When I first got my 1992 gts Toyota MR2, I was so paranoid due to all the stories of spontaneous swapping of nose for tail that it took months for me to approach a corner faster than 30kph! Ive now owned it for 2 years and after some (sometimes enthusiastic) experimentation, I am confident that this reputation is mostly urban legend. Although they will get loose in the wet, (or dry for that matter) when fangs out, if you are looking in the rear vision mirror to see what you are about to hit… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/09/2002 by Adrenaline. (1 review written)
I have a red 1992 toyota mr2 turbo. I've never been in a faster car (acceleration) than my mr2 with boost levels of 21 psi, but i set it at 15 psi which is still nothing to frown about. Put down the pedal and get mashed to the seat and it doesn't let go. I bought my car with only 64,000 miles with a HKS vein pressure converter, HKS electronic valve controller, HKS turbo timer, air/fuel mixture gauge and turbo boost gauge, custom exhaust and powerflow intake. If you can find a good deal, i… Read Full Review
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