Florida Dealer Listed 2020 Toyota Supra For $200k But Sold It For $100k

A Toyota dealership in Florida that briefly had a 2020 Supra listed for sale at an exorbitant $198,563 claims to have ultimately sold the new sports car for $100,000.

The Supra Launch Edition in question first hit Autotrader two weeks ago from Toyota Kia of Vero Beach with a near-$200,000 asking price, more than triple the car’s $55,250 base MSRP. Unsurprisingly, the dealership couldn’t find anyone willing to spend so much money on a Supra which despite how good it is, still wears a Toyota badge.

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According to Jalopnik, the Autotrader listing was modified to $58,361 a few days after the car was first listed for sale at $198,563. Intrigued as to why the car’s price had fallen so significantly and suddenly, Jalopnik reached out to the dealership and earlier this week, were informed by a dealership representative the car had sold for $100,000.

Now, it remains to be seen whether or not the dealership did in fact sell the Supra Launch Edition for six figures but if it did, it would put the final sales price at the top end of the $80,000 to $100,000 range that many dealerships are looking to sell Supra Launch Editions for.

Considering how long the world was waiting for the all-new Supra, it really comes as no surprise that people are willing to pay huge premiums to be among the first to own the car. But is the Supra worth almost $100,000 when a little bit of patience and a lot less money could land you behind the wheel of a 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with the Z51 Performance Package? We’ll let you decide.

  • WalthamDan

    I’d like to sell that buyer a bridge I have for sale…

  • TheBelltower

    Either Toyota found the dumbest sucker in the world, or this is more contrived news to promote and bolster enthusiasm for this underwhelming car.

    “Look, we didn’t sell it for 4X the sticker price, but we did sell it for “only” 2X the sticker.”

    • Mr. EP9

      Let’s go with both.

  • willhaven

    That’s awesome.

  • db

    Because dealerships are all most trustworthy…

  • ME

    It’s not even a real Toyota. For that amount of money, get yourself a real race car.

  • Thunderbolt

    I’m selling my special Vodka vomit to any Supra buyer for only $800 per 1 ounce bag.

  • Mr. EP9

    Someone got screwed.

  • LJ
  • GobbleUp

    Tools and their money soon departed. Lmao.

  • Bash

    Cases like this is the reason why we could be heading to a global financial rescission.

  • Bo Hanan

    They will never get their money back. So sad. So stupid.

  • walter

    That car will be worth that in what about a century.

  • Stealth333

    Too bad it’s not a real Supra.

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