1991 Toyota MR2. this car is a new classic. a mid-engine, rear wheel drive. economical, sports car. absolutely beautiful style and well taken care of. this car is my baby and the man i bought it from put the same care into it. i get obvious looks and questions about it every single day. nothing feels like this car...its wild. due to me traveling more for work however, im selling "my baby" to give it a good home...somewhere it will get attention and care instead of sitting for months on end. feel free to ask me any questions about this beautiful vehicle. DETAILS: Adult driven (im 31) NEW rear tires. (front are in great condition) NEW rotors NEW brakes NEW alternator NEW battery NEW headlights NEW-ish wiper blades automatic transmission power locks power windows cruise control air conditioning POP UP LIGHTS sun roof rear wheel drive 2 door 2 seater the car has been lowered after market rims tinted rear lights (look black during the day but still bright red at night) LOTUS DESIGNED SPORT SUSPENSION cd/tape player spare tire i clean all my cars regularly inside and old (really i clean all my cars once a week every week) non smoking vehicle (i dont smoke and never let anyone else smoke in the car) NEVER RACED OR ABUSED daily driver (i drive a mile to work, then back...once a week i drive 15 miles to the burbs then back) ...
1991 - Toyota Mr2 on 2040-cars
Silver Lake, New York, United States
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Auto blogThu, 25 Sep 2014 14:58:00 EST
It's hard to love a minivan, but it's very, very easy to use one. More than any other kind of vehicle - save a panel van, perhaps - the minivan is the most appliance-like of four-wheeled transportation devices. And most minivan buyers don't need to love their purchases; they just need to use them. So when it comes to a minivan's driving dynamics, who cares?
Well, we do. So we perked right up when Toyota talked about refinements it made to the 2015 Sienna, starting with some 142 added spot welds made to the body structure. Normally not stop-the-presses stuff, but Toyota says the added reinforcements prompted Sienna engineers to recalibrate the springs and shocks for improved handling, and our very limited wheel time along the (admittedly benign) roads on the Big Island of Hawaii revealed the 2015 Sienna SE model's handling to be tidier and more engaging than you'd expect for a porky, 4,560-pound, eight-passenger box on wheels.
Indiana seems like the place to be if you're looking for work in a car factory. In May, Subaru announced plans to invest $400 million in its Lafayette, Indiana plant, creating 900 new jobs in the process and increasing capacity to 300,000 units per year. Now, Toyota has announced plans to invest $30 million in its Princeton, Indiana plant, 170 miles south of the Subaru factory, which also builds the Camry.
Toyota's investment will create an additional 200 jobs and increase the factory's volume by 15,000 units. Toyota announced an investment in the plant in February of 2012 that bumped volume up from 300,000 to 350,000 units. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana, as the Princeton facility is officially known, produces the recently revised Toyota Highlander, the Sequoia and the Sienna. It employs 4,500 people, and this announcement represents Toyota's tenth production increase in under two years.
Scroll down below for the official announcement.
The Toyota Tundra debuted in new-ish form for the 2014 model year, but as we head into 2015, the truck boasts a couple of small updates. Most notably, the base V6 engine has been discontinued. On top of that, there's the new TRD Pro model on offer for 2015, which we've told you about before.
Why kill the V6? Simple - it was very low-volume. "The Tundra V6 take rate was significantly less than five percent," a Toyota spokesperson confirmed via email to Autoblog. So for 2015, the two V8 engine options remain - a 4.6-liter unit with 310 horsepower and 327 pound-feet of torque, or the more powerful 5.7-liter powerplant with 381 hp and 401 lb-ft. Both engines are mated to a six-speed automatic transmission, and rear-wheel drive is standard. Four-wheel drive, of course, is available with either engine.
The only other noteworthy changes for 2015 include an optional integrated trailer brake for the 5.7-liter models, a new rear under-seat tray storage system for Double Cab trucks, and a spray-in bed-liner. Scroll down for the official press blast.