I had 2 for awhile my 1995 N/A (normally aspirated) non-Turbo sunroof car around 34 of 200 imported that year. Just over 500 1994-1995 models total. They are a different animal than their predecessors 1991-1993 and the 1993 having differences than the 1991-1992 models. The 95 received better seats and sporty patterns in the cloth unless you got the Turbo then you had leather. Very comfortable to drive whether taking it easy or bringing the gears through each of their rev limits, just plain fun. The designers had a 348 Ferrari on the design floor in which to pen the 2nd generation MR2. some people say it was the 355 but if you look close you will see the 348. This car is very reasonable in price for the car you get. I love this car and will never sell it. I have had both Stock Turbo and N/A models and both are a blast to drive. Pricing Guide check this link out http://www.mr2.com/forums/entries/31-94-95-MR2-pricing-guide.
The 1994-1995 Toyota Mr2, whether it be the Turbo version or the normally aspirated (N/A) version, is grossly undervalued. I have owned 7 of the ranging from 1991-1995 and both versions. I recently (2015) sold my 1993 Turbo model, that I bought and shipped from Tennessee, on Ebay, for $8500.00. I bought a '93 coupe N/A in Colorado ('09) for $5000.00 and a couple of years later sold it for $6000.00. I bought my 1995 MR2 N/A from San Diego, Calif., in Sept. 2010 for $6000.00 and that was a steal because the guy needed cash real fast for the 95 Toyota twin-turbo Supra he was buying when he received the cash from me. 1991-1992 MR2's are the same car albeit the Turbo or the N/A, the 1993 is pretty much the same model except for some improvements Toyota made like rear suspension, 15" wheels instead of 14", and some other incidentals. The 1994-1995 Mr2's they changed quite a bit, for instance, rear wing, rear tail light assemblies, smaller sport steering wheel, sport bucket seats with adjustable lumbar and unique cloth pattern unto themselves, added passenger side air bags etc. 1995 is the last year Toyota imported the MR2 even though they still made this model through to 1999. The imported numbers of the car in 1995 was around 84 Turbos and 163 non-turbo (N/A). So when you do a search for 94-95 MR2's through Auto Trader or Craigslist or ?? you come up with a handful and the least expensive with 138xxx miles or so is $8500.00. It will likely never be in your state that you will find one when they are sprinkled over the U.S. in such a small amount, as is shown by where I purchased mine, Colorado, Tennessee, California etc. I challenge anyone to find a 1995 MR2 N/A as clean as mine, not just in Arizona but the whole U.S. for the value they (KBB., NADA, Edmunds and "CCC ONE" in particular) say it's worth = $3739.10. My dilemma.
Having looked around for a number of years i found a fully loaded 1995 MR2 with an automatic. For the money you cant get a better mid engine car. The car drives like a go-cart. people mistaken this car for a Ferrari everywhere i drive. Sadly the car was rear ended at a red light at 40mph and totaled. I would definitely buy another one this year if i found one in mint shape. 1995 Toyota MR2 Black/Tan leather T-Tops
Exotic looks, Very rare car, excellent handling,Excellent reliability-hand made by Yamaha in Japan 94-95 models,very fun to drive
The paint quality could be improved,Could be tricky to drive fast with inexperienced drivers around turns. Should bring the car back with modern improvements
I've owned this car since the beginning of 2008. This car is a gem. The car has performed flawlessly. I've put about 10k miles since then with 0 problems. Handling is superb for a 13 yr old car. Handling is amazing and always fun to drive. Mid-engine layout is rare and only found in exotic cars. If you can find a 1995, get it. Toyota of North America only sold about 300 in 1995. Toyota reliability and build is legendary. Will keep this car for a very long time!
Car is very low to the ground. The 93+ Mr2's are 1 inch lower than the 91-92. Car corners like a go kart. Seating posture is very comfortable. Maintenance is affordable and requires little if any!