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2002 Toyota Mr2 Spyder Convertible on 2040-cars

US $10,995.00
Year:2002 Mileage:37221 Color: is nearly perfect
Location:

Smithtown, New York, United States

Smithtown, New York, United States

 For sale is a rare 2002 Toyota MR2 with only 37,221 miles. I bought it used last summer from Acura of Bay Shore. I drove it last summer, and it has been garaged all winter. I love the car and it is in excellent condition, but I bought another convertible so it is time to part with this toy. Mechanically the car drives like new. The 5 speed manual shifts with ease. Reliable, and clean 1.8L Toyota engine runs smooth and strong.  Interior is flawless and has the optional leather interior. The exterior is nearly perfect. It has a hardly-noticeable dent on the rear quarter panel (see pics).  The manual top is perfect and operates  smoothly.  Comes with 2 sets of keys. The car has an alarm system. Car is located in Smithtown, Long Island and can be viewed evenings or weekends. Buy now and enjoy the summer with the sun in your face and the wind in your hair.

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