Overall, this limited edition is gifted with some noticeable changes in both exterior and interior, compared with the standard version as well as the Toyota 86 2016 for sale.
The bright Solar Orange metallic paint makes the new 86 dissimilar from its siblings
Firstly, a metallic black rear spoiler and door mirrors are redesigned to harmonize with the new paint and sporty look. Besides, four 17-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels which are finished in anthracite are also a highlight.
A metallic black rear spoiler and door mirrors are redesigned to harmonize with the new paint and sporty look
In the cockpit, the limited 86 is fitted with leather-accented front sports seats with perforated Alcantara inserts and contrasting orange stitching. Also, the cabin is adorned by a suede-like “Grandlux” material, embossed with an orange-colored 86 badging.
The new Toyota 86’s cabin is decidedly more functional than fashionable with standard equipment including a 4.2-inch LCD multifunction driver’s display, a 6.1-inch infotainment system with satellite navigation and Toyota Link2 connected apps, together with dual-zone climate control and keyless entry.
The cabin is adorned by a suede-like “Grandlux” material, embossed with an orange-colored 86 badging
Alongside cosmetic changes, the Japanese brand also brings to its new coupe some mechanical upgrades, namely bigger Brembo ventilated brake discs and special Sachs performance dampers for “enhanced stability”.
Driving the limited edition of the all-time favorite Toyota 86 is the same 2.0-litre naturally-aspirated boxer engine, producing an output of 204 hp and a 212 Nm of peak torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox.
The Orange 86 is now available for sale at a starting price of $41,490 (₱ 2,068,645). But if the price is a bit too high for you, you can also check out the used Toyota 86 2017 for sale.
Know more about Toyota 86 2023
The Toyota 86 2023 is a 2+2 seater sports car sold in two variants: one equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission, the other having a 6-speed automatic with paddle shifters. Both are powered by the same 2.0-liter direct-injection boxer engine that spins the rear wheels. The 86 Philippines measures 4,240mm long, 1,775mm wide, and 1,320mm high on a 2,570mm wheelbase.
Toyota 86 prices in the Philippines range from Php 2,086,000 for the base manual and Php 2,201,000 for the higher-spec automatic version. White Pearl options carry an additional premium of Php 15,000 over the standard pricing. In the sports car segment, the Toyota 86 does battle with the Subaru BRZ, as well as the Nissan 370Z and the Mazda MX-5 RF. The lowest monthly installment is Php 25,143 for the 86 manual, spread across 60 months on a downpayment of 50 percent.