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We have a limited number of reviews for the 2021 GR Supra, so we've included reviews for other years of the GR Supra since its last redesign.

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4 out of 5 stars

Quicker but...

dfortune1, 11/10/2020
2021 Toyota GR Supra A91 Edition 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
14 of 15 people found this review helpful

Moving from an A90 Launch Edition to an A91 Limited wasn’t as fulfilling as I had anticipated. While the ‘21 A91 is 40+ horsepower more than the ‘20, it’s best attribute is a bit more stability at speed. While the car needs to be lower still, the suspension tweaks have taken some of the play out of the vehicle. There are downsides however. The A90 was incredibly tunable, to date the A91 ECU is locked. The A90 Launch had a HUD, but not the comparably priced A91 does not. The carbon fiber spoiler that was shown as part of the A91 promo photos was cut due to supplier issues. With that said the refraction blue is beautiful and the lines of the Supra are strong & the car has an undeniable presence. So ultimately I’m still pleased to be a Supra owner.

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5 out of 5 stars

It's a sports car

trackeer, 11/19/2020
2021 Toyota GR Supra A91 Edition 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
16 of 18 people found this review helpful

Let's say I watched as the talk was going on about the release of the new Supra, the release came and again I watched as folks paid a very hefty premium to be those first to own one. The wait was worth the wait, purchased a 2021 with a small discount below MSRP and even scored a Special Edition. As a previous owner of several sports cars American, Japanese, and Bavarian, the conclusion is simple, these are sports cars not sedans, if total cruising comfort and many bells and whistles are a criteria, buy a Sports Sedan. But also let me be clear, sticks are fun even if the option exited no stick here, she wants to drive the car to and playing with the clutch and shifting isn't her thing. As for some of the aforementioned I'll be fair the Supra comes very well equipped more so with the special edition, it's not your lazy boy recliner seating but it's all power with power bolsters, your secure and reasonably comfy. As for storage, geez, guys it's a small sports car with a pretty big motor up front, 2 doors, and a yes dare I say a small trunk, can you and your lovely take off for a week-end, I don't see why not, there's room for several soft bags. Now if a con or two is wanted, let's say entry is a act of gymnastics, I'm 5'10" and not a spring chicken, but this is NOT a easy car to access. On the other hand getting out is a lot less painful than getting in. The BMW techy stuff is truly German and it's painfully obvious Ford Sync hasn't influenced their design and functionality, it does work but if your not somewhat techy expect a learning curve, as a Ford owner sync works and does so without rotary dials, multiple screen search's, or accidental button pushes. Heard this is not BMW's latest itineration so maybe it has improved. Options, We looked at the new Vette, she didn't like it and truthfully what's with the stack going down the middle of the cabin. Pro's entry was a tad easier, a little more storage, a V8, unique look, mid-engine. Con's that funky dash stack, only a tad easier to get in, one day buy one MSRP the next 10+ over, WTF, the local dealer tapes the car for 7K like it or not, expect to pay 100K+ for a car with a MSRP of 80K. We are pleased we paid 55K for our Supra, it's fast and handles like, hmmmm a BMW and because I haven't driven the Z4 I've read it handles better than that BMW, for the sake of argument it's very stuck to the road and if it's better than the Bavarian counter part, great we happen to like the looks of the Supra better as well, in Black as Blue was not a option at the dealer and would have still bought the Black anyway. For us this is a toy as many of the previous toys have been, we'll use it for the few weeks until snow and into storage the Supra goes. We did order the Carbon Fiber topper for the Spoiler, and actually they had to order it with the cars VIN, appears Toyota isn't going to offer them to other variations of the Supra. Went through this with our Shelby when ordering certain parts specific to that car. Would I recommend the Supra, yes absolutely, with one caveat that who I recommend it to understands it's a SPORTS car, and if whomever approaches the car that way should be happy with their purchase, in closing Good Job Toyota and yes BMW to, nice car and glad I waited.

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5 out of 5 stars

A few quirks but overwhelmingly satisfied

Tim_H, 02/03/2021
2021 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
12 of 14 people found this review helpful

I picked up my 2021 GR Supra 3.0 Premium in September of 2020. Five months later, I've had time to explore all it's little quirks and conclude I'm enormously satisfied. First, power is not lacking in this car. It performs, even considering the lack of a manual transmission. It is a looker, I get second looks and often comments from strangers almost every time I take it out. Same for it's throaty exhaust, it just turns heads. Its handling is awesome. Turn radius also outstanding. The little quirks: 1) You don't realize how much you use an external trunk release until you have a car that doesn't have one. Seriously, what were they thinking? Storage is at a premium, so you'll be fishing out your fob to go into the trunk A LOT. Using the interior release isn't a solution as the vacuum created in the car when you close your door will pull the trunk closed and latched when you exit. Literally... every... single... time you exit. 2) That horn... OMG, the horn on my Nissan Juke was more aggressive. And, due to its location, swapping it out is quite an ordeal. I literally do not use the horn, ever, even for a short tap to jar someone from their phone screen. It's embarrassing. 3) The wind buffeting/thrumming when the windows are down is awful. I don't know how Toyota missed this. It is correctible for about $100 with a couple of unobtrusive wind deflectors which can be mounted on the body of the sideview mirrors' housings. Makes a huge difference and they really aren't noticeable at all. This issue is so severe I expect Toyota will eventually make modifications to the sideview housing bodies to self-correct this issue. 4) Side view mirror tilt extreme. When reversing, the passenger side view tilts down at around 70%. It is literally at so drastic an angle you have a great view of the curb but can barely see another car when parallel parking. With BIMMERCODE you can recode the car to tip the mirror to a more reasonable angle (I used 40%). Again, while it has some annoying quirks, overall it is a fantastic car.

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4 out of 5 stars

Fun sports car

Rise, 07/07/2020
2020 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

As another stated this is a sports car so i treat it as one, if i want comfort and space i drive my truck. That said, this is a very fun car but of course no car is perfect and this has its low points as well, the driving assist is very intrusive and can get annoying at times, fuel economy is not that great for me but as i said its a fun sports car for me not a luxury sedan, the JBL audio system is very lackluster and visibility is lacking as well. Now this is a very fun car, i love the handling and acceleration, it looks stunning and you get attention everywhere you go, sport mode is the way to go in this car the engine sounds amazing. I like the interior and actually think it's pretty good, for the price it feels right, people like to compare it with a cayman or a shelby mustang or a corvette, can you get those for 50k? i don't think so

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5 out of 5 stars

It's a fun sports car by design

Steveo, 04/16/2020
2020 Toyota GR Supra 3.0 Premium 2dr Coupe (3.0L 6cyl Turbo 8A)
14 of 17 people found this review helpful

First, this is a sports car for 2 people. It is not an SUV or a sedan. So with that said, this car is a blast to drive, gets a lot of attention, sounds incredible in sport mode and looks amazing in black in-person. Yes, I agree passenger storage is pretty useless, but the hatch can carry a fair amount of stuff. In normal mode, the suspension is pretty sedate and comfortable around town with uneven pavement. The transmission shifts are solid and very quick, even in normal mode. You will likely find yourself driving around in sport mode and using the paddle shifters to hear all the amazing crackles, pops and bangs on downshifts. Believe me, people turn and look when they hear this car. If you want a car to do some tuning mods or customization, this is a great platform with many developers making both aesthetic and "go fast" parts. The entertainment system user interface is odd, but getting used to it slowly. Fuel economy seems low with my driving style, but other reports seem to reveal decent mpg. The tire selection seems to be pretty good (low noise, no shimmy), although I get a little more slip and wiggle below 60F than I would like on launch. The driving position and seats are very good. The backup camera works fine, but the lane correction software is too intrusive. I either turn it off in the city and set it on the lowest setting, while on a longer highway trip. This is not my primary vehicle, so I am very happy with the design and purpose of this vehicle. I would recommend this vehicle as your own amusement park ride and hence it gets 5 stars!

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