One of the nicest cars I've owned, rivaling my Lexus LS 430 in many areas and exceeding it in performance, fun-to-drive, and styling. No problems in 21 years and still looks and drives like new.
It has been called the best car Toyota ever made. I recall some car mag saying something like
"if you want performance and comfort, buy the Supra, otherwise the Porsche 928 will do." The car has gotten as high as 28/20 highway/city and averages 24/19. A head-turner still, it will carry 2 bicycles and camping gear for a 3-week trip. Is anyone looking for an 18,000-mile LS 430?
Styling, comfort, performance, quality, gas mileage. multi-adjustable power seat, power lumbar, roominess, targa top, engine growl, visibility. Easy to own and drive. Sticks to the road.
I just got this car a couple of weeks
ago. I've driven supra's before and
have nothing but good words for it.
The interior features are great, love
the targa top, and just overall a fun
ride. However, the headgasket on mine
just blew, and when I went to fix it,
we found a cracked cylinder head. I
hope this doesn't cost too much cause
I really like my car, and wouldn't
want to be turned off by the repair
roof, power seat w/ lumbar, handling
factory headgasket sucks, needs
better, sound system
I've had to replace the head gasket
TWICE in 4 years! This has caused me to
replace the clogged catalytic converter
and the exhaust, muffler, etc.
Toyota should be sued over the faulty
engine design of it's 3 liter engines!
The body design is among the best
looking, and the features inside is
fantastic coupe, plenty fast w/ natural
aspiration, blast to drive, yet comfy
for a long road trip. reliable? you
bet. 26 mpg hwy ok for the power
provided. 5sp manual revs a bit high on
long freeway drives (well over 3500 rpm
at 80 mph).
bullet proof quality, handling!, power.
flat glass heats up interior, a tad
more room for luggage (hight), possibly
rear passanger, even though, it IS a
sports car... / power window button
replacement 180$ ?!