2004 Toyota MR2 Spyder Overview

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2 Dr STD Convertible
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Fast, Fun, Gorgeous by Spyder
 — Fast, great handling, decelerates as soon as you take your foot off the gas, so my well-preserved brakes are mostly used for coming to a complete stop. Reliable--only repairs are standard maintenance... Read More
Cute Little Hot Rod by her2133
 — sporty appearance, 4 cylinder engine, very good condition, affordable, great fuel efficiency. Tires needed balancing and front end was aligned - handles like a dream. I would buy this vehicle again. T... Read More
More More More! by Ana
 — Awesomely nimble, great performance- out of cars in its same category (MG TF, Mazda MX5 and Honda) its easily the best! Not bad fuel consumption, even if you drive like a crazed lunatic! A little prob... Read More

2004 Toyota MR2 Spyder Overview

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2004 Toyota MR2 Spyder

With the exception of a few new options, like a limited slip differential, the 2004 Toyota MR2 Spyder saw very few changes for the model year.

The 2004 MR2 Spyder came in one trim level, with very few available options. The handful of choices included leather seating, the SMT, and cruise control. The engine, which was mounted in the middle of the car, was a 1.8-liter, 138 horsepower four-cylinder. The transmission was a five-speed manual, and it had rear-wheel drive. The top is designed to sit flush with the body of the car when down, so no cover is required. Fuel economy is about 25/32.

The number one reason why drivers say they love the 2004 MR2 Spyder is that it is fun to drive. With its nearly complete lack of storage space and poor performance in the snow, it is not a very practical car, but owners cite its good looks, excellent handling, and Toyota Reliability as reasons why they enjoy the 2004 Spyder.

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Are There Any Warranties On These Cars?

Do your cars come with checks on odometer readings, accident reports, etc.? Are there any warranties or extended warranties available? Thanks, Margo Berman

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I Have Contacted A Private Owner Three Times And Am Highly Interested In He...

Vehichle has transmission issues and I have priced havign it shipped to TN from FL. Not sure if this person even has the car, check message, do I just give up?

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