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Hello and welcome to Toyota Supra Forum, the premier community for GR Supra owners from around the world. Please take a moment and post your introduction and let us know a little bit about yourselves.
 

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Thanks for adding me. This is my A90 LE #1424
Hello and welcome to Toyota Supra Forum, the premier community for GR Supra owners from around the world. Please take a moment and post your introduction and let us know a little bit about yourselves.
 

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Hello, I don’t have a Supra :(


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Hello and welcome to Toyota Supra Forum, the premier community for GR Supra owners from around the world. Please take a moment and post your introduction and let us know a little bit about yourselves.
Bought my Toyota Supra (Black on Black ) Nov. 2019. Lucky enough to buy at sticker price and got a few items throw in for free. (locking lug nuts). I've been happy mostly but have had several items needing fixing within the first months of owner ship. Front end out of alignment----Right rear tail light filled up with water after heavy rain. Heavy grease running of drivers door rain vent if vehicle parked in the sun. Other than that I'm pleased with the supra.
 

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Bought my GR Supra in Santa Rosa, CA. Not too much time to drive with COVID-19 & fires
 
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My wife and I recently bought a Tungsten 2020 GR Supra Premium in New Hampshire and partly broke it in during our drive down to Northern Virginia where we have our second home. It drove great in the dry and moderately wet/windy conditions. We have two criticisms: the infotainment/nav display is way, way too dim and needs to be brightened; and, we wish there was a way to turn off the piped-in sound for the exhaust. It is really unnecessary. Back in our single days, each of us previously owned new 1982 and 1984 Supras. In comparison to my 2016 Jaguar F-Type S RWD coupe (the Supra is my wife's), the Supra seems to be very similar in character but very different in execution. Plus, the Supra already has vastly superior performance and fuel economy. I'm not a fan of Bimmers - my wife has had several - but I think that Toyota did a great job of resurrecting the Supra.
 

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Hello and welcome to Toyota Supra Forum, the premier community for GR Supra owners from around the world. Please take a moment and post your introduction and let us know a little bit about yourselves.
Hello, names Steven.
I currently drive an 09 Camry and I don’t own a Supra but I definitely wish I could own one. Currently am a mechanic and hoping at least one day I get to see one drive into the shop just for regular routine maintenance at least just to see one up close.
 

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Howdy, I joined back in Oct and have a '21 GR Supra 3.0 Premium and had to start new account when I forgot password. (was Phuni). I have 3400 miles, 31mpg hwy, 25 in town even gassing it. Love it! Wondering if anyone has issues with the cold weather tires chattering in under 40 degree temps. Sure wish infotainment screen was brighter and angled towards driver, very difficult to use easily. 90% of times I stop, somebody asks me what it is and loves the Tungsten color.
 
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Just joined today. I currently own all Toyota vehicles: Prius, Camry Hybrid and Sienna SE. I am hoping that someday I will find a new or mint condition A91 or Premium. I have been reading a lot about the car and I am confident it will not disappoint me.


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