Toyota Supra 1983-2000 - 2018 market review

By: Cliff Chambers, Unique Cars magazine

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Toyota Supras - always in demand

Toyota Supra 1983-2000 - 2018 market review
Toyota Supra

Toyota Supra 1983-2000

These ‘Celicas on steroids’ disappeared in 1999 however a brand new Supra is reported to be coming. (See the WhichCar story.)

Supras were sold new in Australia only until 1993 when a completely new design appeared and was deemed unsuited to our market.

Early 2.8-litre and 3.0-litre MA70 turbo cars from the late-1980s sell in excellent order at $16-20,000.

Non-turbo versions are generally cheaper than single turbos and that holds good as well for the 1994-99 RZ/SZ series.

Non-turbo SZs are popular with ‘P’ plate drivers but even with 164kW they don’t come close to matching the twin-turbo RZ.

These have a notional 206kW but most go close to 280kW.

Asking prices for late-1990s versions have increased quite markedly however pre-1996 models still do the job at under $35,000.

Supra 2.8 $13,690 [4] 

Supra Turbo 1986-92 $14,230 [8]

Supra SZ 1993-96 $15,290 [25] 

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1993-95 $28,835 [12]

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1996-99 $47,915 [12]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Japanese Classic Car Value Guide.

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