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MR2 Turbo. Not recommended for kids or idiots.
by Milesdog5150 from Fair Oaks, CA | May 16, 2012
Poor man's Ferrari. If you can find one, buy it. Trust me.
If you're a car guy, you already know about MR2s. The 1st and 3rd gen are tight sports cars similar in handling to the Miata, but the 2nd gen Turbo is a SCARY FAST rocket sled. Too much power. It will break loose if you let up mid-turn. Cool if you know how to drive, though.
Love the car - The engine is a Camry engine, so you get Camry reliability with Ferrari looks and handling. Only downside is you get Camry speed too. The car is not a drag racer. Get the turbo version for that. MPG is about 28 - not bad but not as good as either the MK I or MK III MR 2. This is not a light car for the size and you sit IN it, not ON it like a Miata.