by Toyota's 2 on Aug 19, 2006 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota MR2
I recently bought my MR2 T-Tops. Sure it isn't very fast but the rest of the car more than makes up for it. It's a very solid car, it's really fun to drive and it handles very good in the dry and fairly well in the wet (not sure what its like in the snow but it shouldn't be too bad if you know what you're doing and have actual all season tires).
My 1994 Turbo is still running incredibly well. This is a high performance car. Just take one listen to the exhaust note and you'll see what I mean.I have no major repairs on the car. Toyota's quality goes a long way. I also have a 1999 Volkswagen Passat GLX which hasn't held up 1/10th as well.The clutch is a little stiff, I would only recommend this car to people who are sports car enthusiasts - sure is fun to watch valets stall out.If you are a sports car nut looking for Italian styling with bullet proof Japanese quality, this is the car for you. Look elsewhere for luxury over performance
by nice guy on Dec 17, 2003 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota MR2
Just wow! How can nobody like this car
it is smooth, reliable, and most of all
FAST!!! I have never had a turbo engine
car. I is really cool to hear the
engine pounding away when you are
beating someone off the line. So many
upgrades can be put on but so little
time. I have never had a problem with
this beauty since I bought it. What
else can you expect from a Mid-Engine
Rear Wheel drive car.
by Dgrey17 on Dec 1, 2002 Vehicle: 1994 Toyota MR2
I've had my MR2 for about 6 years now. It's
not the fastest car, nor will it stick to the
pavement like some of the 17 and 18 inch
tire behemoths. But of all the cars I have
driven in my time (and I've had my fair
share), I keep the MR2 while other cars
come and go in my life because every time I
get behind the wheel, I have fun. It's a blast
to drive and just begs you to let it loose a
little and forget about your job.
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