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Discussion in 'Pricing, Ordering, Negotiating' started by supraboi, Mar 26, 2018.
I also looked at the competition in the price bracket. However, I plan to daily this car if I buy it and none of the competition seem to be good DDs. Reliability and maintenance cost are an important consideration for me. Toyota has a history of reliability I can count on despite the BMW engine.
I like the styling of the new Supra. I like the increasingly rare i6. I like Toyota Motor Corp. For me, the competition for the Supra is not another sports car but rather a more practical SUV or hybrid.
I considered the M vehicles as well. I have no problem with BMW. I like their offerings. However, they charge way too much for labor and basic maintenance. They also have a history of really annoying, potentially catastrophic, build quality deficiencies.
That's when BMW Corp asked,
How can we charge more on a car that isn't made for reliability?
That's when god said,
Let there be Vanos
There should be a meme of that four levels of owning a BMW.
this is one of them.
So 40,000 euros equal roughly $48k USD.
In what trim/configuration?
Hello there guys,
I'm not sure how many people are from the UK on this forum. But for those who are, what do you guys think the pricing will be for us in the UK? If it's anything to go by direct comparison with the low $40k mark that the US is expecting, then it should be great.. However, with the Toyota GT86 currently priced within the low 30's for the top spec GT86 club series, I don't think that this will be the case for us..
What are you guys willing to pay for a car like a Supra?
For comparison, the Porsche 718 Cayman starts at £46,000 but is in poverty spec..
I 100% agree, labor and parts cost will match bmw. Because it’s all bmw...
I got a bit carried away and put my deposit down on a car i hadnt really paid much attention to. Post deposit, have read a few reviews and am very excited!
Was a choice between this, the M2 Competition or a new cayman.
Looking forward to the promised events etc in the build up to launch, and receiving my car next September.
I am very tempted to but nope I havent and don’t think i will tbh. I’ll just wait it out.
But congratulations pal, I hope you enjoy your motor when it arrives!
This guy did.
We've taken a deposit from my centre here, the waiting game starts