New Toyota GR Supra vs Alpine A110
Alpine recreated the A110 and immediately topped the sports car class. Has Toyota repeated the trick with its all-new Supra?...
Buying and owning
Costs, equipment, reliability, safety and security
We can’t draw a full conclusion on expenditure over three years of ownership, because there are no resale values, insurance groups or servicing costs for the Supra yet. Nor can we get a PCP quote, but we can tell you that on a 36-month deal with a £5000 deposit and an annual limit of 10,000 miles, the A110 costs £637 a month. And due to its bigger engine and greater heft, the Supra will use more fuel.
Both cars come with a decent equipment tally, including leather seats, climate control, alloy wheels, keyless entry and LED headlights. However, the Supra’s headlights are adaptive, plus it throws in adaptive cruise control, heated and cooled seats and a head-up display. Of those, only heated seats are available on the A110.
The Supra has automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assistance, blindspot monitoring and traffic sign recognition, too, again unmatched by its rival.
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