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TOYOTA SUPRA Used Car Review

In 1978 Toyota created a bigger, more powerful spin-off of its Celica sports car. By the 1980s, the Celica Supra became simply Supra. With turbocharging added to the grand tourer's six-cylinder engine for supercar-beating performance, a Toyota legend was cemented. However, the best Supra - the fourth-generation introduced in 1993 - wasn't imported by Toyota and was available as private import only. The model was phased out completely in 2002, though an all-new Toyota Supra has now been confirmed.

Pros

Cons

  • Twin-turbo version produced supercar-like performance
  • Driver-focused, wraparound cockpit dash
  • One of the most desirable cars in Toyota's history
  • Last-generation model (1993 on) lighter and faster than predecessors
  • Last (and best) model wasn't imported officially
  • Cramped rear seats
  • Used models already appreciating
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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