|aka||Toyota Mr2 Spyder (US)|
|Class||Subcompact, Convertible, Spyder, Sports Car|
|Transmission||5-speed manual (2000-2005), 5-speed sequential (2002) 6-speed sequential (2003-2005)|
|Engine||1.8 litre (1794 cc) Inline-4|
|Similar|| Mazda Miata|
In 2000, Toyota decided to revive its MR2 nameplate for the Toyota MR2 Spyder, a mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, 2-seater spyder. This car is clearly a strong competitor to the Mazda MX-5 Miata, and many agree that it has the upper hand in performance and handling. This car was part of Project Genesis, Toyota's plot to attract youth, ultimatly ending in producing the Scion label of automomiles. The MR2 Spyder takes some of its styling from the Porsche Boxster, which is by coincidence also a MR-layout 2-seater. Toyota halted production of the MR2 Spyder in 2005 in America.
The MR-S's styling stayed nearly the same throughout its production.
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The MR-S only came in one trim, Standard. The only options were the Sequential Manual Transmission, and Leather Seats.
The MR-S cost about $25,000.
The MR-S went 25 mpg city, and 30 mpg highway.
Drivers will benefit from Toyota's excellent reliability. Other than schedueled maintanence, this car won't need much to last a long time.
This car has not been rated for safety yet, however it does have driver and passenger airbags, depowered airbage, and 4-wheel ABS.
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