Message me at : KirstieAntuicww@yahoo.com 1991 Toyota MR2 Turbo - One of the best cars I have ever driven. I am sellingthis car so I can purchase a house. But, that's good news for you!What's unique about the MR2?Very light weight + T-tops + Mid-engine +Toyota Reliability + Incredible Handling + Turbo = Amazing Here are thehighlighted items: - Only 108k miles on this car!!!!- Recently painted OEM Black- Looks amazing! ($3000)- Air conditioning works and blows cold (extremely rareto find working AC on the SW20) cost me over $600 (Dual pressure switch, replaceleak, charged, labor etc.)- Replaced original instrument cluster with anotherMR2 OEM cluster - speedo, tach etc. works (Very rare to see an MR2 with aworking instrument cluster!) New bulbs too! ($500+)- 5 speed OEM transmission -no grinding gears, shifts perfectly!- T-tops in great condition!- Amplifier &Two subwoofers sound system ($500)- NEW Enkei 17" Black rims/tires w/ loweringsprings ($1400)- NEW ATS Racing CT27 - Up to 370HP with this turbo!!! ($1500+)-NEW Carbon front, sides & rear diffusers ($400+)- NEW Front Bumper Lip ($200)-NEW Berk Downpipe ($300)- HKS Exhaust system ($600)- NEW AEM Air Fuel RatioGauge ($300)- NEW Omori Boost Gauge ($100)- NEW Manual Boost Controller ($50)-NEW SunTek 35% Film all around ($300)- High Quality Red-stitched Leather SeatCovers - Matching floor mats & Door Panels ($400)- Italian Leather SteeringWheel ($100)- Upgraded Sylvania Lights ($75) Things I want you to know:- CheckEngine/Air bag light is on due to going above the stock turbo psi & new oemcluster - you can take it back to stock if you'd like- Small Oil Leak - Mymechanic said it was very small- Normal wear with front b
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It's been two decades since Toyota dominated the World Rally Championship with its Celica Turbo 4WD. But this past weekend, Toyota hit the rally stage in a very different vehicle.
That, as you can see, is the Japanese automaker's Fuel Cell Vehicle (FCV), which is still in its prototype phase. We're still at least half a year away from seeing the FCV in production trim, but the model has already been pressed into duty as the "zero car" at the Shinshiro Rally, the last round of the Japanese Rally Championship.
The zero car, for those unfamiliar, is to rally what a pace or safety car is to circuit racing, driving the rally stage to check for signs of trouble before the competitors put their feet to the floor, so it's not as if the FCV needed extensive modifications. From the looks of things, it just needed some jazzy stripes, mud flaps, probably different rolling stock and an interior with racing buckets and harnesses, roll cage, radio equipment and maybe a bit more ground clearance.
Historically, the Toyota Harrier has been a doppelgänger for North America's Lexus RX - at some points, it was little more than a badge-swap and a few options away, at least aesthetically. That appears to be changing with this just-revealed new generation at the Tokyo Motor Show.
That's because this two-row, five-seat Toyota is in possession of a bold new look, dominated by a jutting, baleen-like grille edged in chrome, along with new headlamps and fascia. The greenhouse has likewise been revamped and gotten more pointed at the rump, which has new taillights, a resurfaced tailgate and a faux rear diffuser. Were it to be ported over to North American Lexus dealers intact, the Harrier's look would be jarring in light of the brand's spindle-grille-based design language, so we suspect that if the RX gets any of these updates (it was just refreshed for 2013), it will strike out on a different path visually.
Unlike the US RX, the new Harrier will rely on smaller-displacement four-cylinder engines, namely a 2.0-liter paired with a continuously variable transmission or a 2.5-liter four backed up by an electric motor. We'd like to see a smaller-displacement option for the US RX (it presently runs with 3.5-liter V6 engines in both gas-only and hybrid guise), but suspect it won't arrive until the next all-new model.
Toyota may be set to lose share the midsize sedan market. While speaking with Automotive News, Toyota North America CEO Jim Lentz said that if his company kept pace with the current swell in the market for family four doors, Toyota would need to sell around 500,000 Camry models. "I'm not sure we can do much more than 400 [thousand] today," Lentz said.
But that doesn't mean Camry sales are shrinking - on the contrary, Lentz thinks Toyota will likely sell more Camry units in 2013 than it did in 2012, it's just that the company isn't keeping pace with segment's current explosion in popularity. Industry wide, midsized sedan sales have increased by 20 percent. "Are we going to lose [Camry] share? Probably so," Lentz said, "but we will continue to grow in raw volume."
Toyota sold 404,886 Camry units last year, and the company just revised its 2013 sales objective from 2.18 million units earlier this year to 2.2-million plus units, so while things are looking up for the brand and Camry sales may be on the rise, Toyota may not have the muscle to keep up its share in the sedan segment. Whether that's because of a production bottleneck or a predicted sales ceiling isn't clear. We've got a call in and will update this news item if/when we learn more.