Toyota Supra (1983-2000) - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

Presented by

toyota supra toyota supra

Toyota Supra 1983-2000 from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

The arrival of a new Supra has revived interest in a whole range of older ones. The obvious targets for cashed-up buyers will be 1990s twin-turbo RZ versions in close to showroom condition. $45-55,000 is feasible for these, with pre-1995 cars slightly cheaper.

Sharing the RZ shape are non-turbo SZ models, some with lift-out roof panels, that rarely exceed $25,000. Surviving from the early 1980s are Celica-based P-Type Supras with guard flares and a 2.8 litre engine.

| Buyers' Guide: Toyota Supra RZ twin-turbo

These have climbed during recent years and look headed for $20,000. So too Turbo versions of the more sophisticated RA70 models from the late 1980s. RA70s sold in Australia as a 149kW non-turbo or single turbo with 24kW more. Non-turbo cars are now hard to find.

Supra 2.8 $12,125 [4] 

Supra Turbo 1986-92 $14,240 [16]

Supra SZ 1993-96 $19,285 [14] 

Supra SZ 1997-99 $27,450 [13]

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1993-94 $45,815 [6]

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1995-00 $50,745 [21]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide.

See the 2019 Toyota Supra market review here


| Read next: Understanding our value guides


Unique Cars magazine Value Guides

Sell your car for free right here


Sign up to our free weekly newsletter for more unique car reviews and features plus see the latest unique and classic cars for sale.

Subscribe to Unique Cars magazine
- Print edition
- Digital edition