Toyota MR2 Model Overview
Toyota MR2 Cars
About Wind Deflectors
I would like to buy a set of wind deflectors for my mr2 if possible. Its an import. It's 1992 coupe. I think they would have to clip on to roof as there are is door surrounding. Can you help. Thank...
My Clutch Pedal Registers At About Half An Inch From Floor. Gear 1 Locks Up...
Im sure adjustment is one thing, but does it need to be bled a little bit? Also could the slave or master cylinder be bad? Very important please help! 86 Toyota MR2
Timing Off - Can't Pass Smog Test
I have a problem with my 1988 Toyota MR2 Supercharged. The timing is way off and won’t pass smog. Although the timing is off, the car runs fine. But it won’t pass smog. Several years back I had a mec...
My son took his 1987 MR2 in to have the seals replaced. He got the seals replaced and now the vehicle is smoking like crazy? What do you think the issue is? Or, some possibilities of what would cau...
My 1989 Toyota Mr2 Wont Start
I took motor out and rebuilt it the car was running before I quit driving it it had a bad head gasket before it's getting spark and fuel I didn't clean injectors when I had them out please help
About the Toyota MR2
The Toyota MR2 was sold in the U.S. from 1984 to 1995. The MR2 was originally envisioned as an economical car that would also be fun to drive. It eventually evolved into a sports car that was smaller and more affordable than the Toyota Celica.
Lightweight and equipped with rear-wheel drive, the MR2 was popular among driving enthusiasts. It also featured an unusual mid-mounted engine. The most remarkable feature of the MR2 was its nimble handling, with some drivers comparing it to that of a high-priced supercar.
The MR2 is popular for racing and has become somewhat of a collector's item.
The MR2 was discontinued in the U.S. in 1995, though it remained in production and sold overseas for a decade more. A spin-off, the MR2 Spyder, was sold in the U.S. beginning in 2000, but that has been discontinued as well. Rumors have circulated about a new MR2-style car, and Toyota has been spied testing a midengine sports car, but for now a new MR2 is simply speculation.