I've only had this car for less than a month but I absolutely Love it already. It's blue with blue interior. The body is in perfect shape and also completely Stock! The car gets up and goes with no problem what so ever. It gets a lot of looks and people awe to it. All I have to say is if you ever get the chance to get one, get it.
I've owned the car for not even a month. Nothing but problems, clutch goes out, t-tops leak, turbo goes, gas tank has a leak. I had the car inspected by a certified mechanic before the purchase and there wasn't any issues. The car only has 68,000 miles. All those issues developed over the last 600 miles.
I drove this car once and now i can't stop. Very fun to drive and easy upgradable. This car gets very good gas mileage and performs very well. It is low seating and the car feels if it wraps around you for a very comfortable and in control feeling. One of the best cars I have ever drove. Once you go Mr2 you will not want anything else.
Ferrari looks, Japanese (Toyota) reliability, Zero to 60 in 6 seconds, go-kart handling, T-tops, awesome sound system, I could go on and on and on. 200,000 miles of flawless driving. Wish I could find another one, good ones are very rare. Edmunds values are less than 1/2 what they really go for, they are WAY off base. If you can find a good stock one, buy it. This car is like driving a lear jet. It's like pinning the corner's of your mouth to your ears. Pure fun!
A fun and very reliable little car. It's hard to find better bang for the buck in a sporty vehicle--especially of this vintage. It's the perfect intersection of performance, fuel efficiency in reliablity. It's quite peppy although the NA version can hardly be called a true sports car with only 140 hp. However, the mid-engine design allows for crisp cornering and the 16V engine has plenty of get-up-and-go for a 2500 lb. car. You can find them for a very reasonable price--even the turbos, although finding one with less than 125-150K is getting harder and harder.