Which used Toyota GT86 coupe should I buy?
There's only one engine choice, so you only have to decide whether you want a manual or automatic GT86.
The standard car is well equipped, so there's no need to seek out a Pro model unless you can find one for similar money.
There have been numerous special-edition variants that have been added since the GT86 came out, but many are simply bodykits that serve no other purpose than to alter the looks. Unless you really want a particular special edition (Aero, Blanco, Giallo, Primo, TRD, Orange Edition and Blue Edition), they aren’t necessarily worth seeking out or paying extra for over the standard car. Having said that, a Blue Edition with the optional performance pack might be one to look out for if you want the best-handling GT86 out there.
Our favourite Toyota GT86: 2.0 D-4S manual
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