BUFFALO, NY — 2019 Toyota 86 small car power – compared to its Subaru BRZ cousin it has minimal differences. The Toyota 86 competes in a busy compact sports car segment that are all fun to drive. No turbo, no supercharger – just a naturally aspirated engine that handles well on the autocross course or on the road.
The Toyota 86’s humble naturally aspirated 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission and makes 205 horsepower and 156 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed automatic is optional, and that drops output to 200 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque.
Great handling and braking:
If you are looking for a vehicle that is an even more unique, the Toyota 86 TRD Special Edition offers Brembo 51 brakes, SACHS 50 performance dampers, 18-in. TRD wheels, TRD performance exhaust, and an aerodynamic body kit unleash 86 around the track while turning heads on the streets.
The 86 earns good fuel economy for the fun factor, MPG: Up to 24 city / 32 highway. It’s offered in seven exterior colors and offers a special TRD Special Edition. The Toyota 86 competes with the Fiat 124, Hyundai Veloster, VW Ti, Subaru BRZ, Mini Cooper and Mazda MX-5 Miata.
Pricing is reasonable at $26,655 – $32,420 with the GT priced at $30,949.
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