1993 Toyota Supra SZ
142,323 km or 88,435 miles
Bride driver and passenger seats
Momo steering wheel
Aftermarket shift knob.
Aftermarket front bumper
Aftermarket side skirts
Aftermarket rear spoiler
Okay, we understand that the body kit is an individual taste, but this car has a lot of positives about it. The top thing is the powertrain. The motor is healthy, with a strong pull for an N/A Supra and a sporty note from the intake and exhaust. The transmission feels bulletproof. The throws are heavy, but it feels like it was built to last forever. Toyota builds it’s cars to last, and it shows. And the seats…these just might be the best aftermarket seats we have ever seen. Excellently bolstered and with an awesome combo of grippy suede with a mesh-like insert in the center. We love the factory seats, but these actually feel like an upgrade. And you don’t need to be the size of a jockey to fit in them, they’re genuinely comfortable. The fiber glass front bumper needs repair/replacement, but again, body kits are an individual taste, and we have this car priced with the knowledge that it needs some cosmetic love. With a little work this could be a beautiful weekend car or even a daily.
Starting production in 1993 and lasting until 2002, the A80 Toyota Supra was Toyota’s answer to the GTR. With an available twin-turbo 2JZ-GTE and 6-speed Getrag V160/161 transmission (depending on year of production), the Supra stood ahead of many of its competitors, including cars costing tens of thousands more. Horsepower in Japan was limited to 276 per the Gentleman’s Agreement, but export models were increased to 320. The body was also an aggressive leap forward with styling that has not shown its age, and completes its iconic status. 0-60 was achieved in 4.6 seconds with the quarter mile marker flying past in 13.1 seconds at 109 mph. For stopping, the Supra utilized a Formula-One style braking system that allowed it to go from 70-0 in just 149 ft, a record that stood until 2004 when it was finally beaten by the vastly more expensive Porsche Carrera GT. The N/A 2JZ-GE version, dubbed the SZ, was also available and featured a 5-speed manual or 4-speed auto.
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Engine Type: Gasoline
Engine Size: Other
Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual
Body Color: Black
Chassis Number (VIN): JZA800014368