2005 Toyota MR2 Spyder User Reviews

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Paul writes:
2005 Toyota MR2 Spyder 2 Dr STD Convertible Review
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5

Pros

FUN FUN FUN without the expense

Cons

no space

25

Should Have Got One When They Were Available — Corners like its on rails - 0-60 under 8 secs and driven average in the summer months 40 mpg. who could ask for more. Well storage space would be a bonus. Driving to work is not a chore round twisty country lanes.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder Reviews

Fantastic 'cept For Pre-cat, Hood-release Issues By Parris

This is a car for people who are into DRIVING. Mine has the manual tranny - I LOVE listening to the engine (located right behind ya) respond to the accelerator and gear changes, and the mid-engine con... Read More

Absolutely Great Sports Car That's Exactly What A Sports Car Should Be! By AllyBee

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2001 Toyota MR2 Spyder Reviews

I Have Enjoyed It. By Steven

Hanadles great, good on gas, and reliable. Only problem was i had to replace the clutch and flywheel. Some of the stock perts are hard to get a hold of. i could only find the headlights at a toyota de... Read More

Cant Go Wrong! By Georgina

* Performance - accelerations amazing, braking is great but have had to replace pads pretty frequently, handling is spot on. * Build Quality - has it needed repairs? none, really soundly made ... Read More

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2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder Reviews

Fun Car! By Harris

Very good looking car :) Fast, amazing gas mileage and very sturdy. Best handling car I've ever owned prior to my Evo. No matter how hard I drove this car I never got less than 40 mpg. Very dependable... Read More

Toyota Mr-2 Spyder By Graham

While not blisteringly so, fast enough to be a barrel- load of fun. Incredibly low cost of ownership considering the style of car, particularly for tyres. It does have next to no luggage space, but ... Read More

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2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder Reviews

Favorite Car I've Ever Driven By Chris

This is a great, fun car if you don't need any more than one person beside you in the vehicle. Handling is incredible, it gets 29-33 mpg even the way I drive it, and for only having 145hp the 1980... Read More

Big Fun In A Little Car... By Peloton25

I purchased my 2003 Spyder in 2006, finding one spec'd out exactly how I wanted and with only 6,800 miles covered at that point. I had wanted one since 2001 when myself and 4 friends each rented one a... Read More

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2004 Toyota MR2 Spyder Reviews

Fun Car By boydn04

This has been a great car. I've never had a single mechanical problem in the 3 years owning it. All reguarly scheduled maintenance has been kept. The speed and lighweight of the vehicle makes for a fu... 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

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