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It might have been benchmarked against the Porsche 718 Cayman, but the Supra is a very different proposition to that and the Alpine A110. It might not be quite as agile as these lightweights, but the Supra has a well balanced, grippy chassis that is both involving and playful. With a comfortable ride and a decent level of practicality, you won't be afraid of using it every day, either.get the best price
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The Pro, is only fractionally more expensive than the standard Supra and benefits from luxuries such as leather seats, a better stereo, a head-up display, wireless phone charging and ambient lighting. It’s the one we’d go for as it’s surprisingly good value – relatively speaking, of course.
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There might be talk of an entry-level 2.0-litre Supra, but for the moment there’s just the one engine, a 3.0-litre single-turbo straight-six with 335bhp and 369Ib ft of torque coupled to an eight-speed automatic gearbox. It’s exceedingly flexible, pulling from less than 2000rpm and for the most part has a tuneful six-cylinder growl. Only a zingier top end and maybe a little more power would improve it.
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