Developed jointly with Subaru, the Toyota 86 is a front-engined, rear-wheel-drive fastback coupe that was derived from a series of concept vehicle starting with the Toyota FT-HS and lastly the BRZ Concept STI.
Toyota 86 is powered by the 2.0 liter 4U GST boxer four which has Toyota’s D-4S injection system and Subaru’s AVCS variable valve timing system. In Toyota designations, the engine is known as the 4U
Despite being a couple, you’d be surprised to know that the 86 actually have rear passenger seats. While they may be a little tight on the Toyota coupe, there are people out there who actually managed to cram two of their friends in the back for a road trip. For daily use, this is not recommended.
Like any modern vehicle, the Toyota 86 has a touch screen multimedia system, FM/AM radio, 2DIN audio, CD and DVD player, blue tooth connectivity, and USB and AUX ports. The driver and front passenger are also kept in place by bucket type seats and automatic climate control.
For safety, the 86 comes standard with ABS, EBD, brake assist, stability control, child safety locks, crash sensors, and even a tire pressure monitor. A new Toyota 86 is sold with the starting at P1,930,000. For more details with regards to the pricing of brand-new 2019 Toyota 86 models, please refer to our Toyota 86 price list.
The Philippine spec Toyota 86 comes in these variants:
- Toyota 86 2.0 MT
- Toyota 86 2.0 AT
The Toyota 86 goes up against the likes of the Honda Civic and the Mazda MX-5 Miata.
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