Looking for a good deal on Supra

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  1. Supra60

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    Please keep us all posted on the price, I wanted to want for a 2021 model but if the price is right would take a leftover. My dealership has two on the lot and they have been there for months. Ohio would be worth a trip to save some cash.
     
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    Where is your dealer? Maybe Im in too
     
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    Lmao, I'm in too at 45k OTD, let me know, If we have 4 people, they might go even further down ahah.

    I got the money ready to go, I was in between the 2020 supra or a 2018 TT-RS but no one is budging below 59 for the TT-RS
     
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    I think the supra is more fun to drive. Plus, it can be easily modified. And it is Japanese car so you dont have to worry about the reliability too much
     
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    I didn't want to bring it up, but the Supra is as Japanese as the TT-RS is lol.

    but yeah RWD would be more fun!
     
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    I meant the maintenance. But yeah, it is up to you. I was considering between M4 and supra as well
     
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    What do you mean maintenance is Japanese? All the techs needed BMW german training to handle these cars. And even then are quite limited in their knowledge.
     
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    Like for the example if something breaks, the part would be cheaper. And the labor is cheaper
     
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    Parts are no way cheaper. They are BMW parts coming from Austria. The single head light is like $1200. My hood was a few grand.
     
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    The reality is the car is a small percentage Japanese. Everything else is german.
     
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    FWIW, parts are actually cheaper! The same parts are generally between 10% and sometimes 30% cheaper through Toyota vs BMW. Depends on what it is though. Still not cheap per se, but Toyota is definitely doing some level of subsidizing of parts costs!
     
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    I guess parts on our supras are not cheap relative to japanese parts and other toyota oem parts. TRD being the outlier.
     
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    doesn't change the price but my regional Toyota (So Cal) is now showing first payment deferred for 90 days
     
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    At $45k out the door. Let me know too please. Also in for a black, calling dibs on the color already lol
     
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    Haha I'll take white or blue
     

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