RARE FIND!! Introducing the 1988 Toyota MR2 Supercharged. This rare collectible is outfitted with a 1.6L 145 hp I4 Supercharged engine. Only approximately 700 supercharged MR2s were produced in 1988, making this car a great find! Its estimated that less than 300 automatic versions of the supercharged model were produced. I've received comments on this car almost every day. "I love the MR2!" "I used to own an MR2!" "What is that?! Nice Car!" This MR2 is in EXCELLENT CONDITION and had been properly maintained. RUNS GREAT AND HANDLES LIKE A GO-KART!
-4 New tires with appox. 90% tread
-Regularly scheduled oil changes
-Spark plug tune up
-New "TOYOTA" Visor
1.6L 145 hp I4
|Horsepower||145 @ 6400 rpm|
|Torque||140 @ 4000 rpm|
|Bore X Stroke||N/A|
|Gas Tank Size||N/A|
|Front Legroom||43.0 in|
Toyota MR2 for Sale
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Toyota Public Affairs Manager Cindy Knight told Autoblog that there was one reported injury caused by the sudden deployment, but there have been no accidents or crashes. The company is currently preparing the parts for dealers now, and the component takes 90 minutes to two hours to install. "We don't believe there are any other affected models," said Knight.
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