Toyota MR2 Spyder Models and MR2 Spyder History

The MR2 Spyder returned to showroom floors in 2000, offering a direct competition to the Mazda Miata with only 5,000 being built. Following the new model, no changes were in store for 2001, with a new Formula One-style five-speed manual transmission being the only addition for 2002. A long list of updates were in store for 2003. These included: new front and rear bumpers, new head lamps and fog lamps, updated side air intakes, new turn signals and reverse lights, a new rear grille, a new powered antenna, chrome accents and updates to the options. 2004 would see no major updates, with a new audio system being introduced in 2005, the final year of production.


New and Used MR2 Spyder Prices, Toyota MR2 Spyder Model Years and History

A two-door, two-passenger sports convertible, the 2005 Toyota MR2 is a fun car to drive yet still returns over 30 mpg on the highway and it has entered its final year of production.
A two-passenger, two-door, compact convertible sports car, the 2004 Toyota MR2 Spyder is available with a traditional five-speed manual transmission or a six-speed sequential manual transmission.
A two-passenger sports car with a good fuel economy rating, the 2003 Toyota MR2 Spyder is a convertible available with a five-speed manual transmission or a six-speed sequential manual.
The 2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder is a two-door, two-passenger compact convertible sports car with an efficient four-cylinder engine rated at 30 mpg on the highway.
A two-passenger compact sports car capable of 30 mpg on the highway, the 2001 Toyota MR2 Spyder features a convertible top to let the sun shine in during top-down motoring.
The all-new 2000 Toyota MR2 is a compact, two-passenger convertible sports car that seeks to revive the mid-engine fun that was once available in this lineup.