1982 Toyota Supra Overview


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I Own One, That Speaks For Itself. by James
 — My supra is modified with an '87 7m-ge motor and a turbocharger from an 89 supra. The suspension is all aftermarket with the exception of the rear swaybar which is custom built. Brakes are original '8... Read More
Great Car, Turns A Lot Of Heads. by gwilli18
 — I got this car in 1982 and put over 100K miles on it in about 6 years. I let it sit in a garage until the end of 2006, it is now my pet project. After some work on the engine (tune up, fuel injectors,... Read More
If You Can Find One, Buy It! For The Power They Put Out Stock They Are Worth Every Penny. by Joe
 — This is a drift ready inline six with dohc and little weight in the rear. off road drifting is a breeze with the lotus designed steering.If you want to charge up a hill doing 120 in 3rd gear with alot... Read More

1982 Toyota Supra Overview

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1982 Toyota Supra

The 1982 Supra ushered in the second generation of the car, which fans refer to as the Mark II, or MK2. The new Supra got a redesigned front end, including pop-up headlights. It also got a bigger engine, and began to stand apart from the Celica, earning its reputation as Toyota's performance car.

The 1982 Toyota Supra came with a 2.8-liter dual overhead cam engine with 145 horsepower. It also came in two trim levels, the P-type (Performance Type) and L-type (Luxury Type.) The P-type came with sporty options such as eight-way adjustable seats. The L-type was available with higher end options such as leather seats, a digital dash, and a high-tech trip computer.

Drivers of the 1982 Toyota Supra liked that it was reliable and a good value, but still had a good amount of power for a car of that era. However, it still didn't perform like a sports car, which is was being marketed as.


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