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Should You Buy a 2022 Toyota Supra? Here's a Review by a Toyota Mechanic

Here’s an in-depth review of the 2022 Toyota Supra by a Toyota mechanic who inspected and test drove one this past week and has this to say about some of its good and not so good points that could be a deal breaker for you.


A Review for Supra Enthusiasts and Newbies

Supra enthusiasts and the Supra-curious newbie will want to listen to and watch this latest review by the Car Care Nut as he reports on what he thinks of the 2022 Toyota Supra sports car in a review that is not just another glowing fan report, but is actually a thoughtful one by someone who really knows and understands Toyota cars.

In fact, in the review you will find that the new 2022 Supra is not all unicorns and rainbows as the Car Care Nut looks at both its good points and its relatively bad points.

On the good points of the video the Car Care Nut will cover:

• An exterior design that has more BMW to it than Toyota
• Whether you are comfortable with a bubble roof and who it does not fit
• Exterior options you will want
• Why the minimalism with the interior design
• Old-school features on the dashboard
• An Atari-joystick-like shifter
• What the “sport” mode does
• How drivers with bad backs will find the seat fit
• What driving one does for your inner 9-year-old

On the not-so-good points of the video the Car Care Nut will cover:

• Why are there fake vents?
• A park default that can leave you stranded
• Door panel color mismatch that is jarring
• Air flow buffeting problem when cracking the window open
• Available horsepower and manual stick irregularities
• Recurring dying battery issue
• Expected reliability is a wait-and-see concern

That said, here is the video in its entirety for your enjoyment and enlightenment:

Should you buy a 2022 Toyota Supra? Here's the Good and the Bad

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And finally…

For additional reviews by the Car Care Nut, here are some selected pieces:

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Timothy Boyer is a Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily new and used vehicle news.

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