I have exact same setup and that was my sticker price minus tax & license which brought it to about 26000. Of course each dealer has their own dealer installed options that they offered.MR2Bliss said:mine was 24k fully loaded turbo every option except leather.
i have no doubts in my mind that this would be the case. maybe more even ... consider that our cars (North American) in 1995 were making the same power specs as the original 1991 and a local dealer looked at me with a straight face and said they asked (and received) $38K+ for MR2 Turbos.ChrisFL said:With inflation, it would probably be close to $30K today
MR2's can deffinately outhandle STi WRX' when suspension tuned propperly. The mr2 has a better platform, is much lighter, and has better handling characteristics than any STi. to stay on topic though, i think the fact that the MR2 has such an amazing price retention is a good indicator of how great the build quality is, and how "ahead of it's time" the car was.mr2biker91 said:I was thinking you could get them lower, I guess it was just bc my friends was used that it was 25k. But my point was to show how much tech has changed and improvements have been made, while the mr2 does handle good I doubt i could keep up with an sti.