Is the 2jz fuel efficient?
About 60% highway miles. Pulled off 24.7mpg on the last tank.
How much is an 89 Supra?
The Toyota Supra 1989 prices range from $3,500 for the basic trim level Hatchback Supra Turbo Hardtop to $6,600 for the top of the range Hatchback Supra Hardtop….Hatchback.
|Toyota Supra Models||SPECS||PRICE|
|Turbo Targa||3.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol 4 speed automatic||$4,000 – 6,490|
How long is a 89 Toyota Supra?
Toyota Supra Dimensions 1989
|Toyota Supra Height||1300mm|
|Toyota Supra Width||1745mm|
|Toyota Supra Length||4620mm|
|Toyota Supra Ground clearance unladen||155mm|
|Toyota Supra Wheelbase||2595mm|
How many miles does a Toyota Supra have?
With regular servicing, a Toyota Supra should last between 200,000 to 250,000 miles. If you drive 15,000 miles every year, you can get up to 13 – 16 years of use from your Toyota Supra sports car.
How much HP does a twin turbo 2JZ have?
The 2JZ is a 3.0 liter inline-6 utilizing twin turbos to pump out 320 horsepower and 320 lb-ft of torque. Those numbers might sound average by modern performance engine standards.
How much HP does a 1JZ have?
With a stock boost of 9 psi (0.62 bar), the 1JZ GTE produced an advertised 280 horsepower (206 kW) at 6,200 RPM and 279 pound-feet (378 Nm) at 2,400 RPM. One of the most notable cars, powered by the 1JZ GTE is the Toyota Chaser (JZX100), widely regarded as a four-door sleeper sedan.
How much is a supra Mark 3 worth?
**Figure based on a stock 1989 Toyota Supra Mk III valued at $7,200 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.
How much is a mk3 Supra worth today?
A: The average price of a Toyota Supra – 3rd Gen (A70) is $17,637.
What year is Paul Walker’s Supra?
The iconic 1994 Toyota Supra that Paul Walker drove in the film crossed the auction block at Barrett-Jackson with a hammer price of $550,000. It’s no small figure for a car tied to what’s undoubtedly become a cult-classic film years after its box office debut.
Why is the 1994 Toyota Supra banned in the US?
The 1994 Toyota Supra model was banned by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration because of serious long-term reliability issues. It would be extremely hard to find this model anywhere in the US; you can’t import it either because it has still been blacklisted by the NHTSA.
Why are Toyota Supras so fast?
Supra’s 500Nm torque and the sticky tyres allow it to sprint from standstill to 100km/hr in 4.3 seconds by using the inbuilt launch control, and that is how quick it is. What’s more, the new Supra delivers even better performance than the power that it claims.
Why is the Supra so popular?
Compared to other performance cars, it is relatively easy to get huge amounts of power out of the Supra, and in a “reliable” (used in the comparative sense here) fashion. Therefore, tuner demand is another reason why Supras are so popular.
How many miles does a Toyota Supra get?
100 Toyota Supras have provided 654 thousand miles of real world fuel economy & MPG data. Click here to view all the Toyota Supras currently participating in our fuel tracking program.
What’s the condition of a 1989 Toyota Supra?
Today, a 1989 Toyota Supra in excellent condition is something of a bargain, selling for half what a later fourth-generation A80 Supra would trade hands for on the open market. What’s your take on the 1989 Toyota Supra?
What kind of suspension did Toyota Supra have?
If the Supra is recognized for anything in 1989, it’s a tech-heavy passenger compartment. Some of that tech is optional, in the form of Toyota Electronically Modulated Suspension (TEMS), which includes an on-board computer that allows for adjustment of the suspension settings between Soft, Normal, and Firm for “maximum road feel.”
What was the optional anti lock brakes on the 1989 Toyota Supra?
The optional anti-lock brakes used a “computer-controlled system that helps prevent brake lockup during sudden stops,” Toyota said at the time. There are no crash ratings for the 1989 Toyota Supra available, either from the NHTSA or Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).