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MR2 Registration Numbers - MKII

MKII MR2

Ever wondered how many MKII's are out there on the road still? Is your '93 Turbo one of 20...10...or even 1 in your state!? Take a look at the info below to find out!

Total count:
NA = 13,279
Turbo = 6,346

1991 = 8,408
1991T = 4,256
1992 = 1,964
1992T = 650
1993 = 2,481
1993T = 1,159
1994 = 264
1994T = 199
1995 = 161
1995T = 82


By State:

Alabama:
1991 = 90
1991T = 47
1992 = 19
1992T = 3
1993 = 29
1993T = 14
1994 = 1
1994T = 1
1995 = 2
1995T = 1

Alaska:
1991 = 15
1991T = 8
1992 = 1
1992T = 1
1993 = 2
1993T = 1
1994 = 1
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Arizona:
1991 = 164
1991T = 87
1992 = 43
1992T = 12
1993 = 47
1993T = 24
1994 = 3
1994T = 0
1995 = 5
1995T = 1

Arkansas:
1991 = 47
1991T = 26
1992 = 11
1992T = 2
1993 = 12
1993T = 2
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

California:
1991 = 2,185
1991T = 1,003
1992 = 454
1992T = 177
1993 = 526
1993T = 269
1994 = 70
1994T = 39
1995 = 52
1995T = 13

Colorado:
1991 = 151
1991T = 97
1992 = 40
1992T = 17
1993 = 43
1993T = 24
1994 = 3
1994T = 6
1995 = 2
1995T = 4

Connecticut:
1991 = 80
1991T = 44
1992 = 10
1992T = 2
1993 = 29
1993T = 3
1994 = 0
1994T = 4
1995 = 1
1995T = 1

Delaware:
1991 = 21
1991T = 7
1992 = 5
1992T = 0
1993 = 5
1993T = 1
1994 = 1
1994T = 1
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

District of Columbia:
1991 = 8
1991T = 5
1992 = 2
1992T = 0
1993 = 1
1993T = 2
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Florida:
1991 = 486
1991T = 297
1992 = 134
1992T = 40
1993 = 145
1993T = 73
1994 = 18
1994T = 12
1995 = 7
1995T = 9

Georgia:
1991 = 179
1991T = 92
1992 = 45
1992T = 18
1993 = 68
1993T = 28
1994 = 4
1994T = 4
1995 = 3
1995T = 2

Hawaii:
1991 = 65
1991T = 42
1992 = 11
1992T = 10
1993 = 16
1993T = 14
1994 = 3
1994T = 2
1995 = 0
1995T = 1

Idaho:
1991 = 40
1991T = 22
1992 = 15
1992T = 1
1993 = 15
1993T = 10
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 1

Illinois:
1991 = 273
1991T = 180
1992 = 42
1992T = 30
1993 = 77
1993T = 48
1994 = 4
1994T = 6
1995 = 1
1995T = 3

Indiana:
1991 = 126
1991T = 58
1992 = 35
1992T = 13
1993 = 36
1993T = 13
1994 = 2
1994T = 3
1995 = 2
1995T = 1

Iowa:
1991 = 56
1991T = 29
1992 = 9
1992T = 2
1993 = 10
1993T = 6
1994 = 1
1994T = 2
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Kansas:
1991 = 78
1991T = 45
1992 = 15
1992T = 5
1993 = 13
1993T = 8
1994 = 2
1994T = 2
1995 = 1
1995T = 1

Kentucky:
1991 = 112
1991T = 50
1992 = 21
1992T = 6
1993 = 24
1993T = 10
1994 = 6
1994T = 1
1995 = 3
1995T = 0

Louisiana:
1991 = 58
1991T = 42
1992 = 13
1992T = 7
1993 = 21
1993T = 8
1994 = 1
1994T = 1
1995 = 0
1995T = 1

Maine:
1991 = 18
1991T = 3
1992 = 0
1992T = 2
1993 = 6
1993T = 3
1994 = 0
1994T = 1
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Maryland:
1991 = 222
1991T = 98
1992 = 48
1992T = 10
1993 = 69
1993T = 33
1994 = 9
1994T = 9
1995 = 4
1995T = 1

Massachusetts:
1991 = 112
1991T = 67
1992 = 28
1992T = 7
1993 = 42
1993T = 25
1994 = 4
1994T = 6
1995 = 4
1995T = 0

Michigan:
1991 = 150
1991T = 75
1992 = 28
1992T = 10
1993 = 50
1993T = 16
1994 = 9
1994T = 1
1995 = 6
1995T = 3

Minnesota:
1991 = 87
1991T = 65
1992 = 25
1992T = 10
1993 = 20
1993T = 18
1994 = 3
1994T = 3
1995 = 1
1995T = 3

Mississippi:
1991 = 41
1991T = 12
1992 = 4
1992T = 4
1993 = 13
1993T = 7
1994 = 1
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Missouri:
1991 = 142
1991T = 69
1992 = 29
1992T = 8
1993 = 38
1993T = 16
1994 = 2
1994T = 2
1995 = 1
1995T = 1

Montana:
1991 = 9
1991T = 12
1992 = 0
1992T = 1
1993 = 2
1993T = 4
1994 = 1
1994T = 1
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Nebraska:
1991 = 30
1991T = 12
1992 = 10
1992T = 3
1993 = 7
1993T = 4
1994 = 1
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Nevada:
1991 = 110
1991T = 63
1992 = 23
1992T = 9
1993 = 35
1993T = 17
1994 = 7
1994T = 2
1995 = 1
1995T = 1

New Hampshire:
1991 = 29
1991T = 30
1992 = 6
1992T = 2
1993 = 10
1993T = 8
1994 = 1
1994T = 5
1995 = 2
1995T = 0

New Jersey:
1991 = 195
1991T = 116
1992 = 48
1992T = 20
1993 = 57
1993T = 28
1994 = 5
1994T = 14
1995 = 3
1995T = 2

New Mexico:
1991 = 43
1991T = 34
1992 = 10
1992T = 7
1993 = 19
1993T = 6
1994 = 2
1994T = 2
1995 = 1
1995T = 0

New York:
1991 = 291
1991T = 157
1992 = 67
1992T = 22
1993 = 82
1993T = 43
1994 = 1
1994T = 6
1995 = 4
1995T = 2

North Carolina:
1991 = 240
1991T = 99
1992 = 74
1992T = 15
1993 = 80
1993T = 31
1994 = 13
1994T = 5
1995 = 6
1995T = 4

North Dakota:
1991 = 9
1991T = 6
1992 = 2
1992T = 2
1993 = 3
1993T = 0
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Ohio:
1991 = 315
1991T = 125
1992 = 76
1992T = 18
1993 = 114
1993T = 39
1994 = 17
1994T = 5
1995 = 4
1995T = 1

Oklahoma:
1991 = 79
1991T = 40
1992 = 23
1992T = 4
1993 = 24
1993T = 6
1994 = 2
1994T = 3
1995 = 4
1995T = 1
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Oregon:
1991 = 152
1991T = 81
1992 = 45
1992T = 5
1993 = 54
1993T = 23
1994 = 5
1994T = 8
1995 = 7
1995T = 2

Pennsylvania:
1991 = 351
1991T = 146
1992 = 82
1992T = 10
1993 = 97
1993T = 39
1994 = 11
1994T = 5
1995 = 3
1995T = 3

Rhode Island:
1991 = 25
1991T = 18
1992 = 6
1992T = 1
1993 = 8
1993T = 2
1994 = 0
1994T = 1
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

South Carolina:
1991 = 98
1991T = 45
1992 = 28
1992T = 5
1993 = 28
1993T = 10
1994 = 4
1994T = 6
1995 = 1
1995T = 1

South Dakota:
1991 = 7
1991T = 8
1992 = 5
1992T = 4
1993 = 6
1993T = 3
1994 = 0
1994T = 1
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Tennessee:
1991 = 173
1991T = 79
1992 = 41
1992T = 12
1993 = 60
1993T = 20
1994 = 6
1994T = 2
1995 = 3
1995T = 0

Texas:
1991 = 400
1991T = 230
1992 = 102
1992T = 40
1993 = 149
1993T = 79
1994 = 15
1994T = 9
1995 = 6
1995T = 8

Utah:
1991 = 67
1991T = 32
1992 = 18
1992T = 7
1993 = 14
1993T = 14
1994 = 6
1994T = 1
1995 = 1
1995T = 1

Vermont:
1991 = 13
1991T = 9
1992 = 2
1992T = 0
1993 = 4
1993T = 1
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 1

Virginia:
1991 = 309
1991T = 139
1992 = 91
1992T = 32
1993 = 128
1993T = 44
1994 = 8
1994T = 9
1995 = 7
1995T = 3

Washington:
1991 = 303
1991T = 122
1992 = 91
1992T = 25
1993 = 92
1993T = 42
1994 = 11
1994T = 6
1995 = 12
1995T = 2

West Virginia:
1991 = 47
1991T = 13
1992 = 5
1992T = 3
1993 = 18
1993T = 1
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0

Wisconsin:
1991 = 100
1991T = 68
1992 = 21
1992T = 5
1993 = 30
1993T = 19
1994 = 0
1994T = 2
1995 = 1
1995T = 3

Wyoming:
1991 = 7
1991T = 2
1992 = 1
1992T = 1
1993 = 3
1993T = 0
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 0



*This data is taken from state DMV databases. I make no claim for it to be 100% accurate, however, almost all OEM's rely on this info for planning purposes. This is essentially a snapshot of all vehicles registered within the past 18 months (prior to May 2010), so it will not include wrecked, junk, project, or race cars*

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Woohoo, 1 of 9 1994T's in Texas and of 199 registered in the last 18 months... So I'm going to sell it for $20K now... haha, juuust kidding.

Great information, thank you for contributing.
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Wow, man! I didn't know counts in PA where so low.

Thanks for the info

edit: If I ever decide to move to Wyoming, somebody please shoot me before I get there....... Sorry Wyoming people.

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Wow, 1 of 28 total in Montana. Actually, its probably 1 of 29 (or more). Mine hasn't been registered in 5 years, so it probably isn't counted in that list. Permanent registration = win!

Very interesting information, for sure. Really makes me wonder about the accuracy of the various sales / production numbers floating around. This shows 19,625 still on the road. The commonly quoted Sport Compact Car sales numbers were only 21,580. Is it possible that only ~2,000 of them have been totaled over the years? I suppose maybe it is, I don't really know. Of course, there is always the various other production numbers that indicate about 30k imported to the US and Canada, with no breakdown of how many each got. Maybe Canada got fewer than everyone thinks.
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Wow, very nice...I have two of 30 91T's in NH!

Edit: Well, 31 since one of mine is not registered.


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so 19,500 left? wasnt there only like 14k sent to the US? I think some of the ones are repeats.
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Considering how many other registered cars there are in the united states (perhaps hundreds of millions) does that make our MR2's a rare car? Or a car that can be considered collectible status?


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I have 1 or 79 93T in Texas lol
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so 19,500 left? wasnt there only like 14k sent to the US? I think some of the ones are repeats.
The absolute lowest import number I have ever seen was about 21,500.
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Pretty cool info! how exactly did you get a hold of it?
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Idaho:
1991 = 40
1991T = 22
1992 = 15
1992T = 1
1993 = 15
1993T = 10
1994 = 0
1994T = 0
1995 = 0
1995T = 1
Yeah, i'd have to dispute those numbers a bit, and that's just people that I know. But oh well, interesting post.

But hey, just for fun... We've got 20% of those 93T's in the garage. As a family, we've owned 6% of the of the mk2's in Idaho. (6 total)
Yea! :P
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Wow, 1 of 28 total in Montana. Actually, its probably 1 of 29 (or more). Mine hasn't been registered in 5 years, so it probably isn't counted in that list. Permanent registration = win!

Very interesting information, for sure. Really makes me wonder about the accuracy of the various sales / production numbers floating around. This shows 19,625 still on the road. The commonly quoted Sport Compact Car sales numbers were only 21,580. Is it possible that only ~2,000 of them have been totaled over the years? I suppose maybe it is, I don't really know. Of course, there is always the various other production numbers that indicate about 30k imported to the US and Canada, with no breakdown of how many each got. Maybe Canada got fewer than everyone thinks.
Remember the Camry commercials where they would always throw out the "9 out of 10 Camrys sold are still on the road today"? If you think about it, the same is true for the MR2 I'm sure Toyota marketing got that info from the exact same place.
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Yeah, i'd have to dispute those numbers a bit, and that's just people that I know. But oh well, interesting post.

But hey, just for fun... We've got 20% of those 93T's in the garage. As a family, we've owned 6% of the of the mk2's in Idaho. (6 total)
Yea! :P
Hey like I said, I make no claim for the data to be 100% accurate. However, the company buys registration data from each state, so if there are errors, it is with the state's registry database.
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Pretty cool info! how exactly did you get a hold of it?
The info comes from a company that buys all the registration data from each state. They compile that data, then in-turn sell it to various OEM's, and they can use it to make all kind of planning decisions for future products, etc. I work for an OEM, so I decided to do a little digging on MR2s.
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Considering how many other registered cars there are in the united states (perhaps hundreds of millions) does that make our MR2's a rare car? Or a car that can be considered collectible status?
Absolutely. According to a quick search, there are currently 240,471,428 cars registerd in the US.

So there is roughly 1 MK2 for every 11,000 cars in the US...
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Interesting there are more 93's than there are 92's, so much for 93 being a slightly rarer model.
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Interesting there are more 93's than there are 92's, so much for 93 being a slightly rarer model.
I seem to recall that the 92 model year was cut a bit short so they could introduce the "improved" 93 model.
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I seem to recall that the 92 model year was cut a bit short so they could introduce the "improved" 93 model.
The man has it.
That's exactly how it goes. 91's were sold quite well. Then 92's were basically the last of the gen2 3sgte mk2 bodies to be produced and they just sold what they had left, as Japan had already started tooling up assembly lines to produce the revised '93 model cars as gen3 3sgte-bearing chassis'. Our 93's (of which they sold a bit more than 92's, but not nearly as many as 91s) are basically revised-chassis, gen3 3sgte cars, like japan's 93+, except we didn't get the gen3 motor, just the same old us-spec gen-2 shoved back in from 91, roughly. Then in 94 and 95, Toyota slowed down the available numbers of mk2's due to the economic jumps in sticker prices and declining US interest in japanese sports cars respectively.
(91T was around $21k? 93T was $28k, IIRC? crazy. Heck, Subaru Imprezas still sell for only a thousand or two higher than they did in the mid-90's. Wonder why people keep buying them? )
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