Whats New for the 2005 Toyota MR2 Spyder?
With the impending demise of the MR2 Spyder at the end of the 2005 model year, few changes are made to this fun-to-drive roadster. The cassette player is deleted in favor of a standard six-disc CD changer, and the radio display is now amber in color.Advantages of the 2005 Toyota MR2 Spyder: Available Sequential Manual Gearbox (SMG)Impressive handling and road mannersSurprisingly roomy cabinObjections to the 2005 Toyota MR2 Spyder: Storage and cargo space is essentially non-existentSpartan interior designConvertible top not as easy to fold as Mazda MiataEditor’s Advice: Roadsters aren’t very practical but they sure are lots of fun. The 2005 Toyota MR2 Spyder is quite entertaining, thanks to a peppy 1.8-liter, 138-horsepower engine and its mid-engine, rear-wheel drive, two-seat configuration (MR2, get it?). Along with the Mazda Miata, the Toyota MR2 Spyder remains one of life’s affordable pleasures. Just don’t plan to bring much more than a toothbrush along for the ride, because the Toyo