mr2 spider

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Asked by Dec 11, 2014 at 10:56 AM about the 2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder 2 Dr STD Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

looking at some and there seems to be a big price difference across the board and motors tend to last longer with the Toyota brand dealer do have much to say when it comes to history they just want to move it . I would tend to stay away from to many molds I read the slip shift was not so good I would think that a clutch job would be around 60k around 600$ Dave

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You can also try looking at the Mazda Miata while your looking at inexspensive sports cars.

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I cant fit also tried solstice ng also tried c4 corvettes only 6' foot

27,985

What about a 1st or 2nd gen Porsche Boxster. Im not saying the MR2 is bad, but I too have price shopped these and they seem to hold their value and have less inventory availible than the Miata and boxster.

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