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Average User Score
4.9 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 16 reviews
1992 Toyota MR2 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 16 reviews
The 1992 MR2 did not see any notable changes from the year before, when it was completely redesigned.
The 1992 Toyota MR2 came in four trims: the coupe, the turbo coupe, the T-bar, and the turbo T-bar. The regular engine was a 2.2-liter, 130-horsepower four-cylinder. In Europe the regular engine was the 156 HP 3s-ge. The turbo charged version was 2.0-liters and offered 200 horsepower. It came standard with a five-speed manual transmission, but was available with a four-speed automatic. The 1991 MR2 was rear-wheel drive, with the engine mounted behind the seats. Fuel economy was about 20/27.
Those who drive the 1992 Toyota MR2 love the car for its peppiness, and say it handles well and is fun to drive. It gets good gas mileage for a sports car, and driving enthusiasts like the rear-wheel drive. However, some owners do have trouble with rust, and some have had leaks with the T-bar roof. Some drivers also experienced a loss of traction in the rear tires, which can be quite dangerous for drivers who are not used to rear-wheel drive vehicles.
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Toyota MR2 Questions
Why Does The Fuse Blow When Switching The Side Lights On.
The footwell fuse- 15amp- blows when the light switch is turned on, the headlights still pop up and work but no side lights or dash lights and the turbo timer has stopped working. Ive checked all the ...
How Easy Is It To Turbo The Stock 2.2l
i am looking on how easy it is to turbo my mr2 2.2l
Installed Larger Wheels And Spare Won't Fit
I intalled 16" wheels and now my original spare tire won't fit. where can i buy a spare to fit the 16" wheel base?
What Wheels Should Go On My 2
i really want to upgrade the wheels from the stock ones to something better but thing is i'm just a kid and not that rich so i got a budget. the wheels i can afford as of right now are g35 wheels, 350...
The 120 Amp fuse keeps blowing. I cannot trace the problem even with a wiring diagram. Now, the 80 Amp fuse for the ABS has just blown too. Any thoughts?