Toyota halted exportation of the MR2 to the U.S. in 2004, primarily due to slow sales and fierce competition from other manufacturers (read: Miata/MX-5). However, in the MR2's home country and in the U.K., sales have continued, albeit at a slower rate than when it was introduced in 1999.
- John Neff
- Jun 2, 2006
The Toyota MR2, which was last sold in the U.S. as a 2005 model, will officially come to an end in Britain as well when the final 300 units on sale now find homes. The TF300 MR2 models will be numbered special editions with upgraded leather and Alcantara clad seats. Toyota is offering to stitch each vehicle's number in the seat backs, as well. Twin stainless steel dual exhausts will augment the 1.8L four-banger that comes standard in the mid-engine roadster. These final commemorative units will
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