Is there anything wrong with this sentence, apart from the bad word?
I have heard you've a great liking for the latest $%"! that come out in the market, so I wonder when you're going to buy a 3D printer.
What if the bad word doesn't have a singular?
I probably wouldn't use "... that comes out in the market". I would say "... that comes onto the market".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Would there be any difference between them?
I found a few entries on the internet, which doesn't mean much as you can almost find anything nowadays. Still, I would like to know if there is a possibility that the sentence would be OK to others.
Well, you've had our opinion on the part about "to come out in the market" so what else are you querying.