Toyota Supra 1990
The 1990 Toyota Supra carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1700 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.
The Toyota Supra is also known as the Toyota Celica XX (until 1986) and the Toyota Celica Supra in markets outside Australia.
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Toyota Supra 1990 Price and Specs
|Toyota Supra Model||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|Hardtop||Hatchback||3.0L ULP 5 SP MAN||$4,510||$6,600|
|Turbo Hardtop||Hatchback||3.0L PULP 4 SP AUTO||$4,290||$6,270|
|Turbo Hardtop||Hatchback||3.0L PULP 5 SP MAN||$3,850||$5,610|
|Turbo Targa||Hatchback||3.0L PULP 4 SP AUTO||$4,400||$6,490|
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Toyota Supra 1989: How much are they worth?
The quoted average retail price is $4000-$6000, but the car you are talking about would attract a premium due to its low kays and condition, so you could easily double that.
Not such a supra idea
YOU are right to be concerned. Toyota builds sound cars and the Supra is one of them, but in Australia it's an orphan without support from the factory. Added to which it's 12 years old and increasingly likely to break down, and when it does you're left in the hands of small importers for parts. I couldn't recommend you buy one.
Worth the price
The answer you'd get from the trade is that it's worth about $8000. But it sounds like a gem that might be worth more than the average '87 Supra. With such low mileage it should be in good overall condition. I would think it is worth up to $10,000.