1992 Toyota MR2
154,775 Miles
$6,000

Delaware, OH
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1991 Toyota MR2
128,274 Miles
$6,500

Jamestown, ND
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1987 Toyota MR2
78,302 Miles
$9,900

San Jose, CA
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1991 Toyota MR2
65,070 Miles
$19,575

San Jose, CA
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2001 Toyota MR2
88,000 Miles
$6,200

Wilmington, DE
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1993 Toyota MR2
194,000 Miles
$8,000

Oklahoma City, OK
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2001 Toyota MR2
103,825 Miles
$7,800

Palmdale, CA
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2002 Toyota MR2
17,400 Miles
$9,950

Rushville, IN
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1992 Toyota MR2
104,000 Miles
$11,900

San Marcos, CA
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1991 Toyota MR2
115,000 Miles
$8,200

Lees Summit, MO
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1991 Toyota MR2
106,000 Miles
$14,990

Issaquah, WA
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1991 Toyota MR2
143,311 Miles
Accepting Offers

Corpus Christi, TX
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1991 Toyota MR2
New
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Lynn, MA
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1991 Toyota MR2
New
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Lynn, MA
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Toyota MR2 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.3
Performance
4.3
Style
4.8
Comfort
3.8
Fuel Economy
3.8
Maintenance
3.7

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Toyota MR2 Owner Ratings & Reviews

2001 Toyota MR2 - Sweet Ride

Lexington, South Carolina
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
The Toyota MR2 Spyder is a very nice ride. It is quick on the road as well as the highway. Great gas mileage, considering the year of the car. Only drawback is if you are over 5 feet 6 inches it can be cramped. I am only 5 feet tall so it is the perfect car for me. It has storage behind the seats with locking cabinets. No where else will you find space to store things.
Story
My father came to visit from Texas and he is so tall I had to put the convertible down just to get him in the car. Was rather funny.
Pros
Great gas mileage. 5 speed and it gets up and goes when needed. Convertible is manual and is easy to store and put back up. Very reliable car. Keep up the maintenance and mileage won't mean a thing.
Cons
Very low to the ground If you do not pay attention in fall when leaves and other foliage comes down, it will build up in the back of the convertible top and cause water to get into the storage area and overflow.

1995 Toyota MR2 - Reliable Drivers car

Chicago, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
It's hard to beat Japanese cars made in the '90s. For whatever reason, many of the major companies in the country made incredible vehicles with great performance and longevity. The SW20 Toyota MR2 is no exception. A timeless look, rear wheel drive, mid-engine layout, and above all else, a Turbo! It truly was and continues to be an economical car with great performance stats to boot.
Story
A spirited drive around a track in one of these is hard to put into words. A fantastic car to feel the road with.
Pros
- The looks. The lines were likened to Ferrari of the era. - Economy. 20 city and 27 Highway are respectable stats for a sports car, especially one made back in the mid '90s. - Performance. Great handling combined with a 2.0 Turbocharged engine.
Cons
- Safety. The vehicle itself is known for being difficult to control if pushed to the limits. With the mid-engine layout comes a new set of skills required in emergency circumstances. - Lack of storage. 2 seats and little cargo room means you won't be hauling anything.

1992 Toyota MR2 - Fun and affordable little sports car.

Arlington, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
Having owned 3 of these cars, they are an affordable and stylish sports car that has numerous options for upgrades. The 2.2 liter engine is more than enough power, but many people opt for the Turbo Model.
Story
Fun project car to work on, T-tops are great for driving around in nice weather.
Pros
Fast and zippy little car if taken care of. Low to the ground so it very responsive. Turns a lot of heads on the street. Great aftermarket community and hobbyists. While it does have its share own known issues, they are easy to prevent with proactive maintenance
Cons
There has always been an issue with the T-Top weather stripping cracking and leaking. The replacements can run you around $300 to replace. The A/C lines tend to clog or hoses will crack and can be costly to fix. Lack of cup holders will definitely lead to drink spills. Oil gaskets WILL crack and leak oil, can lead to a seized engine.