1991 Toyota Mr2 Base Coupe 2-door 2.2l on 2040-cars
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Imported from Arizona in the late 1990s and had been serviced at Kingsway Lexus Toyota by the previous owner. Never been raced and always owned by mature owners to my knowledge. No knowledge of work on engine and transmission other than routine service work. Timing belt done about 30,000-40,000 miles ago, and struts on all four corners replaced just before sale to me in September last year, although my mechanic told me that the rear passenger side shock might be leaking a bit. Installed a brand new power steering rack, driver side seatbelt and high amp battery in April 2014.
I have driven it maybe 1,000 kilometers since I had it. The car has zero drivability issues to my knowledge. It also has remote start but doesnít work although the key-less entry works fine. In tracing the inoperative driver side door courtesy light we found that it has no ground, and that may also explain why the power mirrors donít work. Has some white rust stabilizer applied to a small patch of surface rust on the lower corner of the driver's door and a year later it looks like the rust has been stabilized. A couple of small dings on roof. A leather patch on the driver's seat bottom and split in the passenger side seat bottom. A/C needs recharge. The driver side fog light has a crack in the lens, and needs a reverse light switch. Tires are 195/55 R15 all seasons with 50% left on the fronts and 75% on the rears for a rough estimate.
I have owned several classics and even though I wouldnít claim it to be mint I donít have any hesitation in saying that this is by far one of the best well looked after cars particularly at this mileage. I have described the condition of the vehicle to the best of my ability, but please use it as a guide and arrange to have it inspected or ask questions if you need any clarification.
Price is in US Dollars.
Toyota MR2 for Sale
Sun, 03 Nov 2013 11:07:00 EST
Typically, when the organizers of an auto show reveal that a new car will debut at their show, we take notice. But this particular claim from the Dubai International Motor Show ought to be taken with a grain of salt.
Mon, 15 Jul 2013 07:59:00 EST
As our compatriots at AutoGuide discovered, the Facebook page for the Emirates auto expo includes a post with an interesting claim: that a sedan based on the Toyota GT86 (known in the US as the Scion FR-S) will debut at the show. The Facebook post is accompanied by the image above, purporting to show the concept in question.
The strange part is that the organizers claim the four-door GT86 concept will make its "regional unveil" at the Dubai show, which would seem to indicate that the concept in question would make its international debut at an earlier show. Considering that the doors open in Dubai on Tuesday, that seems increasingly unlikely. All of this begs the question, If this isn't actually a four-door GT86, what might it be?
The launch of the 2014 Toyota Highlander is being assisted by Bikini Bottom's number one resident, SpongeBob SquarePants. The new crossover has been wrapped with SpongeBob's square mug all over it as if he's saying "I'm ready. I'm ready. I'm ready. I'm ready," from every direction. Inside is a cabin that Toyota says "captures all of the beloved character's high-octane energy," but might make you question whether this is really the world you want to live in.
Tue, 08 Oct 2013 08:57:00 EST
Revealed on SpongeBob Day at the San Diego Padres vs. San Francisco Giants baseball game in San Diego, CA on July 13, the Highlander will go from there to seven locations nationwide on a "Happy Driving Tour," ending at the LA Auto Show in November.
You can read all about it in the press release below, as well as ways to fill your life with more SpongeBob than is probably healthy.
The wacky, three-wheeled Toyota i-Road we saw in Geneva earlier this year will be heading to production. But before you run down to your local Toyota dealer looking for one of these all-electric "personal mobility" vehicles, chances are, you'll never actually see one unless you visit Japan.
Announced at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (CEATEC) expo last week, Toyota said that the i-Road would be used as a part of the Ha:Mo car-sharing system in Japan. Weighing in at around 661 pounds, with a 28-mile-per-hour top speed and a two-passenger seating arrangement, the i-Road seems more like a fully enclosed scooter than a car, but it does offer a 30-mile driving range and has a nifty articulating front suspension that leans into corners. As for Ha:Mo, Toyota says that the number of cars in the program will increase from 10 prior to October 1 to 100 by the middle of this month, and the number of stations will almost double from 13 up to 21. Toyota has more details about the car and Ha:Mo in the press release posted below.