From what I've heard, it seems that Toyota dealers will need get additional tools and equipment to service the Supra since it's basically a BMW underneath. Are all Toyota dealers going to be required to purchase these tools and equipment? I wonder if I go to a tiny Toyota dealer in the middle of nowhere, are they going to be able to work on the Supra? Also a somewhat related question, are there any benefits to getting the Supra serviced at a BMW dealer? BMW generally has higher parts and labor prices so I can't think of financial reasons to go there, but they could have more expertise in diagnosing any issues (outside of warranty of course).