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As a true sports car, the Toyota Supra is too wayward in the handling department to steal any thunder from the sublime Alpine A110 and Porsche 718 Cayman. But, if you're not desperate to be the fastest on a track day, there's still fun to be had with the Supra's playful and easily approached limits. The main benefit over the more purist sports cars is its GT credentials: it's quiet at speed, pretty comfortable, has an excellent driving position, lots of kit and a great infotainment system. It's also pretty cheap to run, should be reliable and will hold its value.get the best price
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