What a fun car! Very fast, fun, corners
like your on rails, but doesn't beat
you up on not so smooth roads. Very
smooth and refined. Plus there are alot
of options for tuning and increasing
I never had a problem and drove the car
very hard. Even raced it at the one lap
of america. It handles great and is
still to this day one of the best cars
available. I own a Honda s2000, Toyota
4runner and a mazda rx-7 as well. The
Supra is still the best car.
Great handling, very comfertable on
long drives, drives like a dream.
For the mentaly insane, horsepower up
to 800hp is available without requiring
internal engine work and without losing
drivebility for about $6000.
Holding value better than the Edmunds
system thinks. Rarely seen on the
street but bound to be noticed when it
is. Docile when doing errands, but
exhilerating when called upon. Good
for long road trips and evening
cruising alike. Seemingly small rear
hatch is deceptive. Holds full grocery
loads and even 8 foot long skis when
they are placed from dashboard to tail
down the center.
Inline 6 cylinder engine has a block
able to sustain 3 times the tuned
horsepower of the nonturbo stock car.
Toyota should bring it back as the
sports car market revives. Even the
new 350z will have a hard time
competing against a MKIV Supra in most
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