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1995 Toyota Supra 2 Dr Turbo HatchbackReview
Ben writes:
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Can Be Docile One Minute And Scary The Next! —

The Supra is a classic. The styling is amazing for its age and still looks the part today. The engine is superb, smooth, tough as nails, and can make crazy power outputs with a few relatively minor modifications. Toyota certainly knew what they were doing when they built this car and didn't cut any corners. Although by today's standards, the interior is a bit dated and very cramped, however keeping in mind the first of these were sold in 1993, that can be overlooked. The sequentially twin-turbocharged engine is one of the most revered in the aftermarket tuning world and for good reason. It's possible to run the turbos in sequential mode or converted to TTC (True Twin Conversion) mode with a 5 minute mod, and each creates a totally different driving experience: sequential for huge all-round torque and TTC for the sudden thump back in your seat when the boost hits HARD at 3000 rpm! The gearbox is slightly too heavy, but compared with other cars making this sort of power it's doing very well. It's a bit clunky but accurate. Certainly a lot better than a lot of other modern-day car's gearboxes with similar torque handling capabilities. Fitted with triple synchros on first and second gear, double synchros on third and fourth and single synchros on fifth and sixth, clean shifts are usually no problem. My particular car is fitted with an HKS lightened flywheel and twin-plate clutch which is very, very agressive in its takeup and is stupidly noisy, but it all means performance to me. It will happily handle 700hp and allows lightning fast shifts with the lightened flywheel. Compared to the stock clutch, it has about 30% less pedal weight and the takeup length is no more than 1cm. With a bit of practise, this clutch can be driven almost as smoothly as a stocker, but requires rev-matching on both down- and up-shifts to maintain this smoothness. My car is also fitted with an Apexi GT-Spec catback exhaust (3.75" or 95mm internal diameter) with various other parts and although it's a lot louder than a stock, it sounds awesome, especially when you're on-boost with a few revs on board. People walking on the side of the road in the same direction actually turn around to see what's coming their way! I have a pile of other mods that were on the car when I bought it, such as a Top Secret fibreglass bonnet, 18 x 9.0 and 18 x 10.0 "Intensive Hunk" (Evolution) wheels with 255 and 285 tyres respectively, HKS intercooler, HKS SSQV blow-off valve, 1000cc injectors, front/rear TRD/Greddy strut braces, Sard pod air filter, TRD replica carbon fibre spoiler, HKS springs with stock Bilstein (excellent!) shocks, Apexi PowerFC, Trust/Greddy gauges, Blitz SBC-id III boost controller and numerous other things. At the moment it's making 263.5 rwkw (350 rwhp) on a Dyno Dynamics dyno in shootout mode @ 18 psi. It's still responding to more boost (made over 270rwkw on 19 psi) but due to the ceramic turbine wheels that tend to explode at high boost levels, I've had to limit power for now. I'll probably put the turbos back into sequential mode for a while until I get used to the power, then possibly move up to an HKS T04Z or Garrett GT35R turbo and go for 350-400 rwkw. Easily attainable with the mods I have now - basically only need the turbos and a few other bits and pieces, but considering that the car already spins the rears in 3rd, I don't need any more power for now :) Overall, I love the car and hope to keep it for many years, but I know that eventually the time will come to move on. I'll only do this when I get sick of the shape (unlikely) or driving the car (even more unlikely). Once I'm done with it, it will be one very, very fast machine capable of taking on cars costing many times the money. In fact, it already is!

Pros: Excellent engine, gearbox, styling, power capabilities.  Reasonable fuel economy, but when you compare it to a large N/A V8, V10 or V12 with similar power you come to see just how excellent the fuel economy is!

Cons: Brakes (mushy and fade quickly), very impractical (rear seats are worthless and hatch is a joke).

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1995 Toyota Supra 2 Dr Turbo HatchbackReview
Mario writes:
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Its Godzilla From Toyota — its a true japanese muscle, the car sits low an feel great and handles amazingly an is very responsive, the car maybe 13 years old but drives like a dream, the interior is like that of a fighter an makes u feel like your in a cockpit, the car is easy to upgrade if u want to it pushes an amazing amount of power on the stock iron block and is just an amazing ride over all if u get the chance to hve 1 dont think about it just get it. her name is lola

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: ITS IS AMAZING

Cons: uuuummm none

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1995 Toyota Supra Review
Dave says:
This is a very odd comparison, but I have driven every vehicle. The supra is the obvious choice for the horsepower freak that is concerned with style and handling. The rx7 is the runner up, however the lack of torque takes some of the fun away. I have driven several mid horsepower turbocharged civics and have enjoyed every moment, however they can't come close to the proven power and reliability of the Supra's 2JZ. The Mustang is a joke compared to every other car listed here. By far the slowest, worst handling, and least reliable of anything listed here - the only reason I would ever own one is for a joke and to swap a 2JZ or LS1 into.
vs1995 Ford Mustang
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vs1995 Honda Civic
1995 Toyota Supra winning categories:
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vs1995 Mazda RX-7
1995 Toyota Supra winning categories:
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1995 Toyota Supra 2 Dr Turbo Hatchback Review
Hiram says:
vs2000 Acura Integra
1995 Toyota Supra 2 Dr Turbo Hatchback winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
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Power Ranked 2000 Acura Integra worse.
"Engine can take some punishment at high speeds , even tho the Integra its DOHC can also do well at high speeds"
Handling Ranked 2000 Acura Integra worse.
"Better car to handle ...its a type of car that you can race , cruse or take out on a Sunday drive to the Car Club."
Looks/Style Ranked 2000 Acura Integra better.
"The body its nice , the Supra also looks great but I do love the stile on the Integra"
Front Seats Ranked 2000 Acura Integra worse.
"Well I think you can fit more tight in them , there more comfy and I do like the Supra "
Back Seats Ranked 2000 Acura Integra better.
"I think there a little bigger in size and you can fit better inside......"
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2000 Acura Integra better.
"Well the Acura Integra has more room in trunk ...as I had a system in mine and fit nicely in it... the Supra has a little room but not as big of a trunk"
Family Car Ranked 2000 Acura Integra better.
"More room in back seats ..."
Value Ranked 2000 Acura Integra worse.
"Over all you cant go wrong with a Supra , I mean its made by Toyota ......but also the Acura its a great value cost less $$ and you can easily own one , the Supra its a little more our of $$$ range for me but value wised it hold the value ...as a matter a fact to me the value on Supras has gone over the roof...."
Would Buy Ranked 2000 Acura Integra worse.
"Better looking car , its a most have ...its a no brainer lol"

Displaying 21 - 24 of 1995 Toyota Supra 24 reviews.

Reviews From Other Years

2021 Toyota Supra Reviews

Review By Seaymotors

Fast, sporty, drives great, turns heads, dependable, holds resale value. Read More

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2020 Toyota Supra Reviews

Review By Anthony

This car is everything I imagined it to be, fast, sleek, modern and very well built! Just buy it! Dooooo it! Read More

Review By Guru957LMC

You know what you get when you buy a Supra. Rough on the daily. But unlined fun and joy like no other. Luxurious enough interior. Modern electronics, (wish it did have ventilated seats). Fast from a ... Read More

1998 Toyota Supra Reviews

Awesome By Judy

just an all round great car fast and furious end off!!! racing the looks the speed the thrill no understeer no oversteer if driving the right way.... this car is so fun fun to drive i love this car... Read More

I Love The Car By PvtSours

This car is very fast but not made to drive every day. I use it on weekends to earn a little extra money on the weekends. Very fun to drive and a lot of power under the hood. sounds great under accell... Read More

1997 Toyota Supra Reviews

Supra Blue By claudiomm95993

This was The Car for 1997, nice, reliable, and fun to drive. but when it brakes down you better have a back up plan cause parts for this car more likely have to be order, and parts can be expensive Read More

Most Impressive Dream Car Ever Built. By Aveste99

This is the most fun you will have driving. The raw power of the engine will throw you back into your seat. These are rare and iconic sports cars that should be pampered. Toyota knows how to build ... Read More

1996 Toyota Supra Reviews

I Love My Supra Twin-turbo By Stephen

The Supra is an all around great sports car. Handles nice, plenty of power and at the current power level, 420 hp is plenty of power my needs. It's very comfortable cruising around town, or on the... Read More

Basil By Geoff

Not the greatest low end outta the 2j toyota has definatly made a beautiful car here and none the less even tho it lacks a bit of power its still fun as hell to drive. The handeling in these things ... Read More

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