I think it was around mid 300 sold and 95 was the last year.
According to this new car feature book on mkiv.com there were only TTs with Sport Roof available in CAN.I thought one of the Ontarians said we did or at least could get NA mk4s in Canada. With those kinds of sales numbers though its entirely possible that the just didn't sell any of them here.
I saw a new Supra on the dealership floor in 97. I was pretty sure it was actually a 97, I thought we did get them. We did not get the 98s like the US did however.
I thought one of the Ontarians said we did or at least could get NA mk4s in Canada. With those kinds of sales numbers though its entirely possible that the just didn't sell any of them here.
That would be interesting to know for sure. You'd have to check the vin though, the cluster or cluster backing plate could have been swapped to a Canadian one. I imported a Del Sol once and did that as the smaller KMPH numbers were way too small to read properly.There is a Black 1997 Toyota Supra N/A 4-Spd Auto Targa Top here. It was driven down from Ontario to St. John's, Newfoundland where I'm originally from.
I'm 95% sure it IS a Canadian purchased Supra.
You 100% sure on that? That's not what I've heard every time or have read online on articles like "Car & Driver" and "Motortrend".supras were only sold until 95 in Canada
thats not true a member on here on the Canadian board sold his Canadian 97 Alpine silver to evsmotorsports down in Houston texas. The last year Supra's were sold here in Canada was 97.supras were only sold until 95 in Canada
Wow nice find...according to the VIN-Number it's been built in October '96
Lack of research...that's why I started this threadlol I'm wrong then. I wonder why some sites stated otherwise.
Actually, November is the 11th month .Wow nice find...according to the VIN-Number it's been built in October '96
But if you check the serial number according to the list on mkiv.co.nz it's been built in OctoberActually, November is the 11th month .