In comparing the Chevrolet Camaro's and the Toyota Supra's specifications and ratings, the Chevrolet Camaro has the advantage in the areas of typical lower range of pricing for one- to five-year-old used cars, and fuel efficiency. The Toyota Supra has the advantage in the area of base engine power. Based on this comparison of the Chevrolet Camaro's and the Toyota Supra's specifications and ratings, the Chevrolet Camaro is a better car than the Toyota Supra.
Chevrolet Camaro vs. Toyota Supra Pricing
A used 1998 Chevrolet Camaro ranges from $2,896 to $24,190 while a used 1998 Toyota Supra is priced between $21,700 to $136,780.
Engine Power and Fuel Efficiency Comparison
For engine performance, the Chevrolet Camaro’s base engine makes 200 horsepower, and the Toyota Supra base engine makes 225 horsepower. The Camaro is rated to deliver an average of 21 miles per gallon, with a highway range of 420 miles. The Supra is rated to deliver an average of 19 miles per gallon, with a highway range of 396 miles. This gives the Chevrolet Camaro the fuel efficiency and maximum range advantage over the Toyota Supra. Both models use gasoline.