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1993 Toyota MR2 2 Dr Turbo CoupeReview
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Amazing Ride. — Fast great little car. Handles great. Lots of room. Comes with a factory premium sound system. Fast up hills. Easy on the eyes. Paid £650 for him. Great for these little English roads. Fits anywhere. Affordable and practical little sports car.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Love to sit a polish him on a nice summer day.

Cons: Hard to get into sometimes, but it's worth it.

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1993 Toyota MR2 T-barReview
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Ace Toy — brilliant car to drive and really controlable, great build quality, good performance, can be a bit of a handful in the wet, i think the imports are the ones to have. this one is for sale :) bring on the fun.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: drivers car

Cons: fuel consumption

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1993 Toyota MR2 Turbo T-barReview
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Nice Machaine — Very fast, nice F1 concept, handes well on dry road and brakes could use some work the body is very stong, no rust but there is squest and rattles well they don't call them poor mans ferreri for nothink fun car to drive

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: affordable, exotic looking, and fast

Cons: not for the novice driver, mechanics nightmare

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1993 Toyota MR2 T-barReview
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'93 Mr2 Rules Ok — Excellent car, I have previously owned 4 AW11s and am now living with my 3rd SW20, can't say enough about them. Good performance from 2Litre engine N/A even better with Turbo. Great cruising car especially with T/Tops off (If I had hair would be lovely feeling all that fresh air blowing through it). Lovely lines and curves on this model and truly exhilarating to drive quickly on the straight and even more so round the curves. Very good economy (considering how it is driven) Comfortable seating for my old bones (64+ years) I really enjoy the looks on folks faces when they see me ease my well rounded shape out of this wee beastie!!!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Good looks, Toyota quality

Cons: None

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1993 Toyota MR2 T-barReview
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Mr2 — For a 1993 Toyota, the MR2 is quite the gorgeous car. Not just in its appearance, but its power as well. This little car really does go. It turns well (but probably not as well as its brothers: the AW11 and the ZZW30) as long as you can handle it. Since the engine is sitting in the back, the rear of the car might...swing out often if you're not careful. A personal near-death experience can tell you that! But even for a N/A 5S-FE, this vehicle can really kick.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Speed, weight, size, comfort

Cons: Snap oversteer, stock suspension a bit bounvy

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1993 Toyota MR2 2 Dr STD CoupeReview
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Love It — i bought this car because it was cheep i absolutely love it it looks fantastic and is bloody good fun . it is almost imaculate and hard to believe it is 16 years old the previose owner won prizes on its condition .

Pros: fun

Cons: its mine

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1993 Toyota MR2 CoupeReview
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Excellent Handling, Good Power, Good Fuel Economy, Quite Possibly The Hardest Car To Drive —

Great car, Good performance, Toyota quality, Excellent handling (really couldn't be better), Quite a range on fuel economy (depends heavily on driving habits). Capable of getting 40mpg with pulse + coasting, or it can get 27 if it's being kept in the powerband frequently. Same 2.2L 5S-FE out of the similarly aged Camry 4cyl. Makes about 135-140hp. Turbo models have the 3S-GE (same as Celica All-Trac [makes around 200hp stock tuned]). 5 speed is geared surprisingly low (higher on Turbo models), 120mph top speed at redline, which places 80mph at 4000 rpm. Exhaust gets loud at 3,500 rpms, so highway driving is loud. Front end can "bob" at high speeds. Handling is exceptional. If driven properly, it will take corners with an Elise, and out turn R34s, Supras, and C5/C6s due to weight. Handling does not feel "planted", however, especially in high speed corners the suspension will give a surprisingly light feel. At high speeds, the car is not nearly as stable because of the weight distribution, light weight, and stiff suspension. Increased downforce (especially front) is necessary to achieve high top speeds. Extreme attention must be paid in cornering to achieve maximum apex speeds. Suspension does a good job of communicating with the driver [mainly through the seat, but also through the wheel (more so at high speeds)]. 1993+ suspension adjustments greatly decrease any "loose feeling" of the rear end caused by the unusual weight distribution (41/59). Front and especially rear sways are a must, along with stiff struts (front and back). Slalom speeds are exceedingly quick. Note: Keeping a smooth line in a corner is very important (especially at high speeds), as any quick adjustments to the front's position will be greatly increased in the rear. This can cause "snap" understeer, which the car is notorious of. This car may just be the best handling car in the world, but if anything it could be the hardest to drive.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Excellent handling, Enough power to reach high apex speeds

Cons: Power could be increased, Lack of high speed stability, Lack of interior room, Very difficult to drive properly at max performance

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1993 Toyota MR2 T-barReview
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One Of The Nicest Sport Car Of The 90 — don't buy it, i won't to stay unique loll won't to make it V6 soon, and stay simple and clean i like loud sound system, this is why i have clarion sound system with GPS. Really reliable car, but expensive for parts to repair

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: its rare and sexy

Cons: none

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1993 Toyota MR2 T-barReview
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My First Car — An affordable ferrari! (although note quite that fast). Comfortable for long drives, and short trips to the store. Could use a little more in the power department... though they do have a turbo model for that. And last but not least, gotta love the Toyota reliability, and the working AC

Pros: Looks great, drives well.

Cons: cost

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1993 Toyota MR2 2 Dr STD CoupeReview
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, — nice ride sounds good with induction kit and performance exhuast ...the looks don't seem to age smooth lines.....if your thinking about getting one try and keep away from the t-bars because they all tend to leak at some stage better off getting what they call a moon roof "sunroof" it comes out and sit =s in the front

Pros: ageless

Cons: alot of money when they go wrong

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Reviews From Other Years

1995 Toyota MR2 Reviews

1996 Mr2 Le Mans Turbo By Jason

1996 MR2 Le Mans Turbo - great power from stand still and good traction. Rear wheel drive so great for car parks :-) Custom made exhaust that roars and pops just like an exhaust should do. Blitz dump ... Read More

Excelent By Jose

good car, drives like a dream and looks the part as well, mid engine rear wheel drive, it is a very cheap car in terms of gas milage and general up keep and its not to taxing to have f Read More

1994 Toyota MR2 Reviews

Great Summer Car For A Young Person. By Matt

Fast! Handled just fine round corners easy to get the back end out. Though wouldn't want to do it to often as the tyres were a tad expensive. Looked great with the roof off sounded great thanks to i... Read More

Best I've Owned By Melv

Epic cornering and general handling. Light and rocket acceleration. Cheap to run for a sports car and gets me from A to B fast and fun to drive everyday. Hardtop no leaks. Running all round toyo proxe... Read More

1992 Toyota MR2 Reviews

Great 2 Seater Sports Car By Bryan

Amazing handling, with the N/A engine the performance is a bit lacking, but more than enough to have lots of fun. Great reliability, and an absolute blast to drive! If you know how to drive, and like... Read More

1992 Toyota Mr2 Coupe By David

Performance: Just right, Slow enough to cruise but quick enough to be a bit of fun. Brakes very good, handles nicely. Build Quality: Very Good. Appearance: Very Nice. Cost of Ownership: Seems thirsty ... Read More

1991 Toyota MR2 Reviews

Mr2 Sw20 Turbo ...fast, Fun, Sexy Hot Good Looking. By jeffyork40

What other car comes in this light, this powerful, this fast and handles this well for the money ? What other car can you buy this cheap that gives you exotic sports car looks performance and appeal a... Read More

A Great Choice If You're Looking For Something Fast And Fun Without Spending A Lot By Austin

For performance the MR2 is outclassed by most similar imports in a straight line. However, it can handle better than any Supra or Skyline you'll ever lay eyes on and is a very nimble car. It gets up... Read More

1989 Toyota MR2 Reviews

Sw20 Turbo, Closest You Can Get To A Ferrari For Pocket Change By Lee

One of the cheapest sports cars you can buy and often the cheapest way in to performance car ownership. Early chassis can be hard to control on the limit but very few reward as well as this does, a... Read More

A Pint-sized Performer For Those Who Travel Light. By Doran

This was my first venture into the sport compact world, and what a car it was! This Corolla-gone-wild had plenty of zip, incredible handling and great gas mileage...although it was severely lacking in... Read More

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