The Toyota MR2 Spyder W30 is a two-door convertible sports car belonging to the third generation of the MR2 line, designed by Harunori Shiratori and produced in Japan from 1999 to 2007. It features a rear-wheel-drive layout with a five or 6-speed manual gearbox and an SMT automatic transmission. It's Japan's first mid-engine production car, powered by a 1.8 L inline-four 1ZZ-FE motor producing a maximum power of 138 HP and 125LB-FT of torque. Thanks to its lightness, this car can go from 0-62 MPH in 6.8 seconds, with a top speed of 180 MPH. It had an original MSRP price of $26,000 back in the day, but its current price of $12,000 is a real bargain.
The Toyota MR2 Spyder W30 is perfect for enthusiasts and fanboys because of its affordable price and the wide variety of features that keep you performing on the highway every time you need. Compared with previous versions, the Toyota MR2 Spyder W30 includes a highly responsive power steering system and a much-improved suspension. It comes with one pair of 185/55 R15 tires on the front and 205/50 R15 on the back, a ventilated discs brake system with ABS, and a McPherson struts suspension on both axles.