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Toyota Mr2 Suppercharged -low Milage on 2040-cars

US $11,000.00
Year:1988 Mileage:42212
Location:

Stamford, Connecticut, United States

Stamford, Connecticut, United States

 You are bidding on a 1988 Toyota automatic, Supercharged MR2 that is in really superb condition for a car thatís 26 years old. This is a true collectorís car, probably one of the few remaining Supercharged MR2 in this kind of condition, only 42,212 original miles on it. The paint is in original condition and in excellent shape. There are no dent or rust on the car.

 The interior is also in mint condition, no rips, tears, stains, worn spots, ect. The dash is near perfect, no splits, cracks or marks. Carpet is like new condition. The current tires and rims are aftermarket and excellent shape. I have the original tires and rims, they too are in excellent shape. The only defect in the interior is that cruse control button is missing (see image)

 The motor is in excellent shape. I had it serviced at about 39K miles. The hoses, fluids and timing belt where replaced.

 Since I have owned the car it has never been driven the rain or snow. It has always had a car cover on it when not being uses. I have never left it to bake in the sun. The T-tops do not leak and the inside T-top covers and bags are in excellent condition.

 It is the buyers responsibility to have car paid for as well as finding a transport company if buying out of state. The car has Connecticut Title. Immediate $500 Paypal payment required for the winning bidder and full payment with in 10 days

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Auto blog

Scion pondering move upmarket?

Mon, 01 Apr 2013 18:31:00 EST

Scion is simultaneously celebrating its ten-year anniversary with the 10 Series models and trying to figure out what to do with itself over the next ten years. Once a go-to consideration for young, first-time buyers who wanted something cool and different, in 2013 it has a model everyone is still talking about in the FR-S, a model few are still talking about in the iQ, and three models in between in the tC, xB and xD that make everyone wonder, "What happened?"
Automotive News spoke to Toyota's North American CEO, Jim Lentz - he was the VP in charge of Scion when it launched - about the options, and Lentz said one of them could be a move upmarket to challenge the established luxury brands that are moving downmarket. "There's going to be a big need in the $25,000 range for a fun-to-drive, nice-looking, value-oriented product," he said, and the FR-S, which starts at $25,255, could provide the platform for Scion to climb up a notch or two in price and perception. An idea like this could conceivably work in tandem with a proposal to move entry-level Scion products over to the Toyota brand - but remember, this is all just ideas on a whiteboard at the moment.
As opposed to an "entry-luxury fighter," the brand could swing back to the other option that was considered when it was formed, directly challenging the Korean makes that have usurped its cachet with first-time buyers. Lentz said Scion could go either way, and the tone of the piece seems to indicate that the final direction is still a ways away from being resolved.

Toyota unveils two new small displacement engines

Thu, 10 Apr 2014 18:31:00 EST

Toyota introduced a pair of brand-new engines in Japan today, that it says will eventually spawn 14 different variants by 2015. Where these two engines stand out in today's world, is that neither mill boasts direct injection, and both are naturally aspirated.
The larger of the two is a 1.3-liter, while the smaller engine, a 1.0-liter, was developed in collaboration with Daihatsu. What makes these two unique is that they both use the Atkinson cycle. Now, we aren't going to bore you by explaining just what this is - there's Google for that. Suffice it to say, Atkinson engines are highly efficient, but that efficiency comes by sacrificing power. That's why they're so popular in hybrids, which can offset the power losses.
This focus on fuel efficiency extends throughout the new engines, which also benefit from tweaks like a cooled exhaust gas recirculation system and a trick intake port, while the 1.3 employs Toyota's iE variant of variable valve timing. Both engines can be fitted with stop-start tech. According to Toyota, when fitted with stop-start the 1.3 should provide around a 15-percent bump while the 1.0-liter will increase economy around 30 percent, when they arrive on the road.

Vice chronicles Okinawa's illegal street racing scene

Mon, 10 Mar 2014 12:45:00 EST

We all know that street racing is dangerous, and that motorsports are best left on the track or drag strip. However, that doesn't mean that there still isn't some outlaw allure among enthusiasts of racing on public roads. In this video, Vice Japan profiles Eikichi Nagayoshi of Japan's island of Okinawa. He is a used car dealer by day and an illegal racer by night.
Nagayoshi has a deep love for his highly customized Toyota Aristo (better known to us as a first-generation Lexus GS) that he claims produces over 1,000 horsepower and has hit 205 miles per hour. He races his car both on drag strips and in drifting competitions, but says that he often has to ship the car to mainland Japan to compete. In the absence of those opportunities, he sometimes gathers friends and takes the racing to the public roads. While we're not down with street racing, this Vice video is an intriguing personality piece, as well as a look into Japan's fabled underground racing scene. Scroll down to check out the video, but make sure you have the "CC" button clicked, because several portions are subtitled.