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Used Toyota Soarer for sale (58 Results)

PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
1987
Jun
38,575
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4
US$17,290US$16,539
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US$17,044
1990
87,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
3.5
US$10,852US$10,607
US$12,017
1994
Dec
74,700
km
2,490
cc
US$5,588
US$7,532
1981
Jun
41,000
km
2,800
cc
Grade
4
US$33,888US$33,027
US$34,542
1990
Jun
81,000
km
3,000
cc
Grade
3.5
US$16,316
US$17,726
1987
Mar
42,000
km
3,000
cc
Grade
4
US$18,433US$17,267
US$18,700
1988
Feb
95,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
4
US$15,985US$15,290
US$16,714
1988
Feb
102,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$10,830US$8,567
US$10,142
1987
Jun
145,000
km
2,000
cc
US$7,619
US$9,023
PhotoModelYear Km Engine Grade Car Price Delivery Price
1982
Jun
133,007
km
2,800
cc
US$21,720
US$23,643
1985
Mar
103,000
km
3,000
cc
Grade
4
US$39,693US$37,260
US$38,683
1981
Mar
107,000
km
2,750
cc
Grade
R
US$15,312US$11,967
US$13,890
1982
Jun
133,000
km
2,800
cc
Grade
3
US$21,720
US$23,643
1988
Mar
118,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$12,971
US$14,395
1989
Jan
196,000
km
2,000
cc
Grade
R
US$9,849
US$11,273

Buying Guide

Being known as a personal luxury GT coupe, the Toyota Soarer is Japanese car famous for its solid grasp of performance and luxury through each generation. The car also has a great resale value thanks to a wide range of outstanding features Toyota gave to it.

As you are seeking for a Toyota Soarer for sale, let’s check out the review below to see whether the car is worth its hype and your money or not. Are you ready? Here we go!

A Car Equipped With Plenty Of Advanced Technologies

Strength:

  • Great resale value
  • Solid platform with many advanced technologies in every generation
  • All its 4 generations have classic design and great performance

Weakness:

  • Hard to find last generations
  • Repair and maintenance fees are quite expensive

History And Overview

The Toyota Soarer was manufactured by the famous Japanese automaker Toyota and was sold in Japan. Its production started from 1981 and ceased in 2005. 4 generation had been produced by the last year of its production.

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Toyota Soarer: Third Generation (1991 - 2000)

Beginning in 1981, the first generation Toyota Soarer gave to customers only the best of the best. From touchscreen air conditioning in the initial models, to the 1JZ-GTE twin turbo engine that many customers felt in love with on the third generation Z30 Soarer, to the hardtop convertible in the Z40 series or Lexus SC430. Since every generation received a lot of updates in terms of both technology and design, the feel and look of a Toyota Soarer was comparable to owning the latest luxury German car.

The main competitors of the Toyota Soarer are Mazda Cosmo and Nissan Leopard.

Toyota Soarer Specs, Engine And Driving Experience

Toyota made the Soarer for the luxury segment, hence the car was given plenty of performance to fit this purpose. It was available in many options of power, so depending on what you need, you can choose either a naturally aspirated, large engine or a popular twin turbo engine.

The first generation Soarer (Z10), produced between 1981 and 1985, offered 05 different inline-6 engines: three 2.0-litre, one 2.8-litre and one 3.0-litre. These engines made from 93 kW power and 172 Nm of torque for the smaller 2.0-litre to over 140 kW power and 260 Nm of torque for the largest 3.0-litre and also gave adequate performance with Toyota quality.

The second generation Toyota Soarer, known as Z20 series, manufactured from 1986 to 1991, was available in plenty of engine options and like the first generation these engines ranged in sizes. To make something different, Toyota produced many Z20 series models with much more power than the models from the first generation. For example, the 2.0-litre twin turbo 1G-GTE engine of the Z20 Soarer created 157 kW power and 275 Nm or torque. Moreover, the 3.0-litre engine of the Z20 series produced 173 kW power and 325 Nm of torque.

The third generation Toyota Soarer, known as Z30 series, built from 1991 to 2000 came with one of the most popular twin turbo engines ever made: the 2.5-litre 1JZ-GTE. This type of engine was used in many famous cars like Toyota Supra, creating up to 206 kW power and 378 Nm of torque. With some basic aftermarket tuning products, this powerful engine can easily reach over 250 kW power and 400+ Nm or torque. Besides the powerful engine 2.5-litre 1JZ-GTE, Toyota also gave to the third generation 02 4.0-litre naturally aspirated V8 engines which are considered collectible.

The last generation Toyota Soared, known as the Z40 series, manufactured from 2001 to 2005, was available in a more naturally aspirated and powerful engine. The performance capability of this generation was as not excellent as that of the Z30 series. However, its ability to create 208 kW power and 430 Nm of torque is worth our expectation.

To see the performance of a 1987 Toyota Soarer GZ20, watch the video below:

Standard Equipments And Options

Toyota Soarer is well-known as a car having plenty of breakthrough technologies. At the beginning of its production, it came with state-of-art standard equipment and offered more modern technologies as optional. In the Z10 series, Toyota gave to them self-diagnosis maintenance reminders and a whole set of digital standard equipment including tachometer and LED speed display. Optional equipments of this generation included a television screen display and a touchscreen computer-controlled air conditioning on a very limited number of edition models.

The Z30 series (3rd generation), the most popular Toyota Soarer, received the performance standard equipment and bar for interior and options. For example, the car kept using touchscreen air conditioning and an all-digital dash, besides it was added Toyota’s TEMS electronic damper adjustment suspension upgrade. The most remarkable thing this generation offered was it was the the first car in the world using a CD-ROM based GPS navigation system.

Toyota also gave to the third generation a lot of special edition models based around which engine was adapted. To start, the UZZ31 Soarer "Limited" version offered a driver-adjusted air suspension which had 02 several settings based on damper stiffness and ride height. This version also come with a 12-disc CD player, a touch-screen TV, heated seats and automatic headlights. The UZZ32 Soarer "Limited" version featured computer controlled suspension which used a wide range of sensors like lateral, longitudinal, speed, height, G, and yaw velocity.

The fourth generation, also known as the last generation or Z40 series, got simple things as its rivals concentrated on fitting over function. This generation received a convertible hardtop to compete with the Mercedes-Benz SL of this model year. It also got other options like satnav and updated stereos, leather interior and all digital controls were offered as standard.

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Toyota Soarer: Fourth Generation

Toyota Soarer Price

As the production of Toyota Soarer ended in 2005 so nowadays if you want to buy a Toyota Soarer for sale, you have to buy a used one. On used car market, a used Toyota Soarer for sale can cost somewhere between $,6000 to $12,000 depending on the condition and mileage of the car. If a car is in good condition with low mileage, its price will be about $12,000 or more. However, if a car has a high mileage and its accident history is not clear, its price will be under the average price.

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