2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder 2dr Convertible (1.8L 4cyl 5M)
It reminds me of an MG, but with
Japanese enginering (i.e., reliability
and performance). So far, I find mine
peppy and fun to drive--a nice, nice
Acceleration and handling. Leather
seats. A solid Toyota feel to
I'm not used to the blind spots (with
the top up): having to rely so much on
the mirrors when backing up. Also, it
is a sports car, so one definitely
feels the road. Another gear (a sixth)
would be nice. And, needless to say,
more storage wouldn't hurt.
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