2005 Toyota MR2 VVTi

Just 11,200 miles from new; stunning example complete with hard top; find another?

This box-fresh Mr Two comes from the model's third generation which carried the internal code W30. Running from '99-2007, it was the first MR2 Roadster and came with just one-engine type, a 1,794cc 138bhp DOHC four-valve unit with clever VVTi variable valve timing.

Neither of this time-warp car's two owners can have used it very much as it has still only covered 11,200 miles in 16 years. It has been in comfy dry storage since 2018 and had very scant use before that - obviously.

The service book has six stamps from RRG Bolton Toyota main dealers, plus there are an additional set of invoices numbering seven in total for either services or inspections, again from PRG, so it has been Toyota main dealer maintained throughout.

It has a no advisory MOT which runs until November 2022 and had four new tyres in 2018 (changed because of age rather than wear) as well as new discs and pads just recently.

Fitted with a desirable factory hard top, the car is in sparkling condition, with just a few very minor blemishes commensurate with a car with just 11,200 miles on the clock.

As smart an MR2 as you are likely to find, this has to be a strong investment candidate, or simply a 'nearly new' car which is fun to drive for the cost of a few months repayments on a lease deal - now that does make sense.

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Reg No: GR55TXU
Chassis Number: JTDFR320000074453
Engine Number: 1ZZ2305693
Engine Size: 1794
Docs: V5C; MOT November 2022; ; handbook; service invoice history

Estimate: £6,500+

Lot 106

Lot ended

Thursday 09/12/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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