TOYOTA SUPRA can you give me reviews on the 3.0 toyota supra thanks...?

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Old 11 May 2010, 07:32 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default TOYOTA SUPRA can you give me reviews on the 3.0 toyota supra thanks...?

example! do they have power stearing, back wheel drive , what are they like on the petrol , do peeps like to see you in the toyota supra, is there leg room ,does it matter if there is not , can you take the lid of them all will you send me some photos if you have the picture thank you and give me reviews on other things on the toyota supra!!!.......................................... .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ................
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Old 11 May 2010, 07:34 am   #2 (permalink)
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edmunds.com gives reviews and specs on any make or model.
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Old 11 May 2010, 07:35 am   #3 (permalink)
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You don't even give a year. Supras are old news by now. No sense buying a car that old anymore. Get something reliable. If you buy a used Supra you know the guy before you drove it hard.
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It's a heavy car...
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I assume you are probably talking about the newer models? The MKIII (86.5-92) and the MKIV (93-98) both have 3.0 liter engines. The MKIV is the popular Supra you see in movies and stuff. You will pay much higher than Kelly blue book for those, especially the twin turbo models.















I have an MKIII. The MKIII's are are cheap, look really nice, and have a lot of potential to add horsepower. If you wanted one of these you definitely want to get a turbo otherwise it will be pretty slow. It's rear wheel drive and the aerodynamics are great. There is a ton of leg room. They all have power steering and ABS. They can get gas mileage in the low to mid 20's if you drive it conservatively (keep the RPM's low). There is tons of leg room for the front seats, none for the back seats. The back seats are pretty useless.















Most Supra's, both mk3 and mk4, have targa tops, which means the roof can be taken off and put in the trunk.















Reliability: The MK4 is very reliable. The MK3 is not. It's probably one of the most unreliable Toyota's ever. I've spent more money fixing this car than I initially paid for it. The fun factor makes it worth it though.















Overall the mk3 Supra is a great car and with a few modifications, it's competitive with brand new cars in terms of speed and aerodynamics. The mk4, I haven't had the privilege of driving, but is much better than the mk3 so I'm sure it's great.
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Old 11 May 2010, 07:37 am   #6 (permalink)
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supra witch is a sweet car drive one















no need more info
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