Do NOT buy a Supra right now

ynguldyn

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... unless you're dead set on a Launch Edition one.

Production of LEs is now finished. Regular Supras are being made at a pretty rapid pace. Approximately 2500 (including LEs) have been already assembled just for the US market alone. This means within a couple of months every Toyota dealer will have several in stock, available for pickup on the spot. Production volumes do not appear to be restricted, so do not expect any exclusivity or limited availability for a non-LE car. Dealers will not be able to maintain ADM for long. Wait it out.





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Be interesting to see if the dealers realize this. Come November I expect there to be good supply and hopefully dealers let the prices come back down to reality.
 

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Be interesting to see if the dealers realize this. Come November I expect there to be good supply and hopefully dealers let the prices come back down to reality.
Some definitely do not. Dealer I've been speaking with have called me three times since Monday telling me that their $6k markup is the cheapest I'll find. Told them I'll wait it out and they said good luck, I'm never gonna find one for MSRP.

Guess I'll just look at em on the lot as I drive by.
 

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Some definitely do not. Dealer I've been speaking with have called me three times since Monday telling me that their $6k markup is the cheapest I'll find. Told them I'll wait it out and they said good luck, I'm never gonna find one for MSRP.

Guess I'll just look at em on the lot as I drive by.
You will. Check in other cities around, or other states
 

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Some definitely do not. Dealer I've been speaking with have called me three times since Monday telling me that their $6k markup is the cheapest I'll find. Told them I'll wait it out and they said good luck, I'm never gonna find one for MSRP.

Guess I'll just look at em on the lot as I drive by.
Hah! That’s exactly what you would expect them to say — of course they want to make an extra 6K on your deal. I agree with the previous comment, I’d be surprised if these are still going for over MSRP after November. They aren’t planning to produce a ton so you’re not going to see them incentivized anytime soon. After the LEs are gone and we are past the gotta have it right now crowd — can’t see dealers wanting to keep these sitting around and paying flooring on a 55k vehicle to get a few thousand over sticker while also hurting their future allocation as well.

As much as I want one — like today — I’m looking at Dec/Jan for delivery.
 

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Nothing wrong with buying a Supra now as long as you don’t over pay for it. I really don’t see this Supra holding the value like the MK4 did. Of course I don’t think they will be discounting Supra’s ever though.
 

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Same exact thoughts here.
I'm on the same page. Wait till c8, I'll pick up a Supra for 45K. Once initial demand dies down, although not overly produced, I think I can get a deal. Who da hell is going to pay 60K for a two seater Toyota? Nobody! However, I'm wiling to pay 60K for BMW two seater lmao...
 

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