Toyota Supra 1983-2000 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Toyota Supra 1983-2000

Supras were available new in Australia throughout the 1980s then disappeared until returning as official products during 2019.

Those intervening years produced the best Supras of all; cars that are now in hot demand and becoming expensive. Twin-turbo RZs from 1993-96 are not too bad, with prices mostly below $60,000. Choose a later version though and pricing leaps beyond $80,000, sometimes hitting six figures.

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Versions with normally aspirated 3.0-litre motors share the RZ shape but are more affordable. One version to track if you are into rare Toyotas is the ‘aerotop’ with removeable roof panel. Just 352 of these were built.

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Early 2.8-litre Supras were showing some appetite for growth a few years back but have slumped to around $10,000. Late-1980s single turbo 3.0-litre cars are holding their value.

Supra 2.8 $11,375 [4]

Supra Turbo 1986-92 $23,100 [6]

Supra SZ 1993-96 $38,415 [13]

Supra SZ 1997-00 $32,390 [9]

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1993-96 $58,350 [5]

Supra RZ T/Turbo 1997-00 $86,845 [13]

Supra Aerotop 1993-95 $81,750 [4]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 Japanese Classic & Performance Value Guide.

| 2020 Market Review: Toyota Supra 1983-2000


From Unique Cars #454, June 2021

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