Zupra is still sitting on used car lot...rotors are rusting up now from all the sitting. It will go to auction soon due to no interest in it
I debunked your last article now you're talking about eBay? Now you're just trolling. You'll have to explain that one for me.Also, If you look on eBay for sold cars from 2019. Supra sold as many as Ford Mustang did on eBay in October. Way more than Z4s, Nissan GT-Rs, BMW M3, Porsche Cayman, BMW M2, Kia Stinger, Mazda Miata, and etc.
It does not mean much, but it all adds up in the right direction.
You know your dealer can work a deal with a seperate dealership right? Especially if they have the buyers. Why isnt the Supra sold out if thats the case? They're trying to create the illusion of scarcity. Even then, plenty of people here can source a MSRP Supra from plenty of dealers...My dealer in New Jersey sells 1 or 2 per month, because that's how many he has. He would sell more if he had more, or if he lowered the mark up. There are 1,200 Toyota dealers in USA. 1 per month per dealer is a lot of cars.
You did not debunk anything. Those are official sale numbers from Toyota for USA (as I posted in the link):I debunked your last article
While it's attractive to compare the Supra 1993 vs 2020 simply due to the name, we should also take into account a few more scenarios:You did not debunk anything. Those are official sale numbers from Toyota for USA (as I posted in the link):
In case you don't agree with those numbers, you can always file a complain with FBI for manipulation, or report them to BBB, and see if they help you debunk that.
If we include October, we could be up to 2,000 cars. That's on pace to triple MKIV sales. Time will tell if it keeps going.
And to the math genius who says we have 2 billion people more now than in 1993. Maybe we do, but percentage wise it's not a smart statement to make if you prorate the sale and people numbers.
And in case you are wondering, those 2 billion people "more" is in undeveloped countries where there will never be a Supra.
Shady,Has anyone found an actual target number Toyota anticipates to sell for its first year offering?
The only number I have seen from spokespersons is they wish to sell all 1,500 Launch Edition models before the end of 2019. Personally I don't know if they want to project a target number for multiple reasons.