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1987 Toyota Supra Overview

The most notable change about the 1987 Toyota Supra was the introduction of the turbo engine, which made the car competitive with true performance cars like the Corvette.

The 1987 Toyota Supra came available with two engine options: the 2.8-liter, 200-horsepower or the turbo-charged 230 horsepower engine. Fuel economy was about 17 to 23 miles per gallon.

Supra fans who wished for more power finally got their wish with the Turbo. Drivers love the power and performance of the 1987 Supra, and say that will proper care the engine will last forever. The Supra is a popular car for customizing and racing. Some owners complain that the back seat is too small and that the car is extremely heavy.

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