2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder 2dr Convertible (1.8L 4cyl 6M)
I have the sequential shift '03 model.
This car is like a big go-cart. It
takes corners well and shifting is
smooth. This car is a lot of fun to
drive and garners a lot of envious
looks by passer-bys.
Sequential shift - my wife can drive it
w/o worrying about burning up the
clutch. It is also easier on the legs
in high traffic areas. The top is easy
to put up and down.
More pep and quicker shifing for the
sequential shift. I may be expecting
too much by giving up a clutch pedal.
Also, since you cannot rotate the tires
since they are different sizes and
unidirectional, put runflats on the car
and free up a couple more cubic feet of
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