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Used Toyota GT86 2012-present review

Used Toyota GT86 2012-present
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9 Mar 2018 14:46 | Last updated: 13 Jun 2018 18:55

Which used Toyota GT86 coupe should I buy?

The choice was very straightforward, to begin with: manual or automatic. Then, in late 2016, a new specification level was added.

The standard car up until 2016 came very well equipped: 17in alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, USB media connectivity, xenon headlights and leather-wrapped steering wheel and handbrake.

From late 2016, the Pro model was added, which comes with heated, part leather and Alcantara seats.

There have been numerous special edition variants that have been added since the GT86 came out, but many are simply body kits that serve no other purpose than to alter the looks. Unless you really want a particular special edition (Aero, Blanco, Giallo, Primo, TRD and Orange Edition), they aren’t worth seeking out or paying extra for over the standard car.

Our favourite Toyota GT86: 2.0 D-4S manual

Used Toyota GT86 2012-present

Which used Toyota GT86 coupe should I buy?

The choice was very straightforward, to begin with: manual or automatic. Then, in late 2016, a new specification level was added.

The standard car up until 2016 came very well equipped: 17in alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, USB media connectivity, xenon headlights and leather-wrapped steering wheel and handbrake.

From late 2016, the Pro model was added, which comes with heated, part leather and Alcantara seats.

There have been numerous special edition variants that have been added since the GT86 came out, but many are simply body kits that serve no other purpose than to alter the looks. Unless you really want a particular special edition (Aero, Blanco, Giallo, Primo, TRD and Orange Edition), they aren’t worth seeking out or paying extra for over the standard car.

Our favourite Toyota GT86: 2.0 D-4S manual

Used Toyota GT86 2012-present
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