Germany - Pricing for 2020 Supra

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  1. Mike Myers

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    Got German pricing now:

    Toyota GR Supra 3,0 62,900,00 Euro

    Toyota GR Supra mit Premium-Paket 64.900,00 Euro

    Toyota GR Supra A90 Edition 67.250,00 Euro

    You can find Trim levels in the attached document.

    I’m extremely disappointed. :(

    Let me explain that for you: We have 19 % sales tax in Germany. To know the prices without tax you have to decide through 1,19. After that, you need the currency change rate EUR to USD. That is 1:1.148 today. So you need to multiply with 1.148 to know the comparable price. And here we go:

    60,680 USD for the GR Supra
    62,609 USD for the GR Supra Premium
    64,876 USD for the A90 Launch Edition

    Maybe there are some differences at the trim levels. But for 10 k more? Never ever!
     

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    Man, thats expensive 65k... Think few people will backup with that price.

    But is that 64.900 euro the final price or need to add something more
     
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    Big disappointment, just makes other cars in that price range more interesting...

    Well still two weeks until we can order, gives me some time to digest....

    Interesting how the broshure says storm matte gray has to be washed by by hand.
     
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    I guess there will be something for transportation and registration. Not more than 1,000 Euros.

    Of course, it’s cheaper than an equally equipped Z4. But when I’d like to order a Z4, i would get a rebate of 11 %. That makes the Z4 cheaper.
     
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    the usual Euro price hike for Toyotas I guess, even though it's made there :(
     
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    Hard to justify at uk prices, looks like I won’t be tempted out of German cars for the last 22 years
     
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    19% tax... Too bad you guys don't have Montana LLC.
     
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    OMG! Where did you get those prices? I am still waiting anxiously for the Belgium prices... Can't believe the German prices are that high...
     
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    Got it from my local dealer. Tomorrow I will meet him, he’s waiting with further details and a sales contract.
     
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    Okay, time to stalk my dealer as of tomorrow .
    I am honestly very disappointed in the way Toyota Belgium provides absolute zero information. Even my dealer couldn't give me anything, except the advice to call customer support . Would like to knowif I am still able to order the A90 edition for example, or what the "extra's you can't buy with money" are, as stated in the website .
     
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    That's quite expensive, I was expecting the base model somewhere around 50-55k€
    I'm curious how fast they will outsell their even more expensive predecessor though. 500+ in Germany and around 1700 MKIVs in Europe within 3 years.
     
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    That German pricing is hideous... THATS CAYMAN S MONEY!!! what the he'll are they thinking? I am absolutely angry:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::crazy::crazy::crazy::crazy:

    I am afraid with this price they won't sell the 300 available ones this year.
     
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    At first look you are right. But please use the configuration tool on Porsche.com and add all that nice things you want to have in or on a car like that and then compare again.

    Thinking a little further to insurance, service and maintenance, the Cayman is much more expensive. And still only a 4-banger.
     
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    You are right, but that price still is insane. Especially when you compare it to the US price and remember, 1€ is about 1.15$ and it is built in Austria :cry:

    It's almost the same price as a m2 competition with dct and you can get those with discount for around 54k€
     
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    Not gonna get one with this pricing.
     

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