Your handy 1991–95 Toyota MR2 (MKII) buyer’s guide
Very interesting article from US company Hagerty, all about MR2 SW 20's even though US models were slightly different to our Australian cars.Your handy 1991–95 Toyota MR2 (MKII) buyer's guide - Hagerty Media
Pop-up headlights at the front, T-top roof in the middle, and a big, sweeping wing at the back. When it comes to ’90s sports car charm, you can’t do much better than the second-generation MR2. The SW20 as it’s commonly known, or MKII more familiarly, is a product of a simpler sports-car era. This mid-engine featherweight gets by without traction control, ABS, or power steering. Full disclosure: I own a 1991 SW20, and in my eyes, simpler is most definitely better.
The MKII was introduced in 1990 for the 1991 model year, replacing the venerable first-gen MR2.
Commonly called the AW11, that early MR2 (MidShip Rear-drive 2-seater) was a wedgy and quirky take on the affordable sports car theme. The second-gen smoothed off the edges, bringing a vastly more modern look to the table. (More modern for 1990, anyway.)