Toyota Supra (1983-2000) - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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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

 

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