2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder 2dr Convertible (1.8L 4cyl 5M)
This car (like others have stated) is
fun fun fun to drive. Corners very
well, but the sequential shifts like a
little ofd lady would. Thats ok with
me. It is hard to describe all of the
heads that turn (young and old alike)
when they see my baby blue MR2. I feel
fortunate that the couple of teenagers,
who wanted my car, had parents that
would not cosign for them. My biggest
problem is time-sharing the second seat
between my wife and two children.
The milage could be a little better. I
get around 25 mpgs, but I try to stay
at the front of the pack. It is also a
lot stiffer and noisier than my Avalon.
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