2017 toyota 86 msrp

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Toyota86 Pricing and Specs

Compare 2 86 trims and trim families below to see the differences in prices and features.

Trim Family Comparison


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  • L H-4 Engine
  • 6-spd man w/OD Transmission
  • @ 7, rpm Horsepower
  • @ 6, rpm Torque
  • rear-wheel Drive type
  • ABS and driveline Traction control
  • 17" machined w/painted accents aluminum Wheels
  • front air conditioning, manual
  • AM/FM/HD, seek-scan Radio
  • 1st row LCD monitor
  • keyfob (all doors) Remote keyless entry
  • cloth Seat trim

Special Edition

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Additional or replacing features on Base

  • 17" painted aluminum Wheels
  • front air conditioning, dual zone automatic
  • driver and front passenger heated-cushion, heated-seatback Heated front seats
  • 2 - 1st row LCD monitor
  • front Fog/driving lights
  • Heated mirrors
  • leather Seat trim
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Toyota 86

With the demise of the Scion brand, the FR-S sport coupe becomes the Toyota 86 (pronounced "eight-six") for the model year. With the changeover, the 86 gets styling tweaks, revised suspension settings, slightly more power, and a few upgraded interior materials. The changes tweak the 86's driver-focused character, adding a bit of comfort and making the rear end stickier.

The 86 has a nimble and fun-to-drive spirit, with just enough of the modern conveniences, technology, and safety equipment to keep it from being a penalty box when driven anywhere but a twisty mountain road. It's a sports car at its essence and among the purest of enthusiast cars on the market today, and it’s also quite affordable.

We give it an overall score of , crediting good handling and features and taking away for its average powertrain and teensy back seat. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

Review continues below

Toyota 86 styling and performance

Simple surfaces give the 86 classic proportions. Details at the nose and tail provide a modern, aerodynamic look. Inside, the 86 is basic, but well-built and handsome, if not quite beautiful. 

This Subaru-built, Toyota-designed sports coupe is engineered for fun above all else. Steering is a mixed bag, with the precise and well-weighted electric power assist taking out much of the feel, leaving behind an intuitive and quick, but not very communicative, wheel. The brakes are easy to modulate and adequate for the car's weight, easily surviving a half-dozen laps on a track or a long, fast canyon run. And the 86 actually uses low-rolling-resistance tires, like those you'd normally find on a hybrid or fuel-economy special, in part to limit overall grip and let the driver toss the tail around a bit. Rear suspension changes this year, however, help keep the rear end more planted; that will be welcome to some but a negative to others who liked the Scion FR-S's tail-happy character.

Power is derived from a liter flat For it adds 5 horsepower and 5 pound-feet of torque for totals of and , respectively. It's not exactly a torque monster, especially in the low-rev range. Run the car all the way up to its redline, though, and you'll find a little more power when you need it. As long as you don't mind putting some work in, the liter rewards you. The engine is a variation of a Subaru design, with Toyota's direct- and port-injection system added in.

Once you've reconciled yourself with grabbing the flat four by the nape of its neck and squeezing for all it's worth, the 86 becomes a second skin. Nimble, light (by modern standards), and incredibly neutral in its balance, the Toyota 86 captures the essence of what a sports car should be: honest, inexpensive fun. 

Toyota 86 comfort, safety, and features

Sitting in the car isn't a chore, either. The front seats are where the interior really shines. Well-bolstered, comfortable, with plenty of leg room and hip room for larger and taller drivers, the front seats are excellent for a production vehicle. The rear seat is best reserved for children or packages.

While there's a sound pipe to bring some of the car's growling engine note into the cabin, very little actual exhaust noise is heard. Wind and road noise can become prominent at speeds above 70 mph.

On the equipment front, there's not much to talk about as the Toyota 86 is offered in just one spec. Standard equipment includes Bluetooth, keyless entry, climate control, and a inch touchscreen radio. The lone major option is a Display Audio system with a navigation system and apps capability. Toyota also offers several accessories through dealers, including some that improve performance.

Six airbags, anti-lock brakes, stability control, and traction control are all among the standard safety equipment, as is a rearview camera. Federal officials haven't completed crash testing for the 86, but it has earned four stars in front crash protection and five stars for rollover protection. The IIHS carried over its scores for the 86, which earned "Good" ratings in all categories, save for an "Acceptable" score in the tough small overlap frontal category.

Fuel economy for a lightweight, low-power sports coupe should be better. The manual-transmission Toyota 86 is rated by the EPA at 21 mpg city, 28 highway, 24 combined.

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Clean Retail Price

The MT clean retail price reflects a reasonable asking price by a dealership for a fully reconditioned vehicle (clean title history, no defects, minimal wear) with average mileage.

5-Year Cost to Own / Rating
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  • Toyota lineup has a rear-drive sports car again
  • Sharp and agile handling
  • Attractive exterior styling


  • No significant increase in horsepower
  • Cramped rear seats
  • Sluggish performance with the automatic

Toyota 86 Expert Review

Erick Ayapana

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With Scion closing its doors, the sporty FR-S transitions and continues life as the Toyota The Toyota 86 receives a few tweaks, including revised front fascia with a lower bumper that features a larger air dam. The LED headlights and daytime running lamps have also been redesigned, while the rear end gets restyled taillights and revised lower bumper. Rounding off the exterior tweaks are new wheel designs and "86" badges found on the front fenders and within the headlight housing. Inside, Toyota has added steering wheel-mounted audio controls, silver contrast stitching, and Granlux material to various interior panels. The 86 also gets slightly more power when paired with the six-speed manual gearbox. Finally, Toyota has added Hill Start Assist control in an effort to prevent the car from rolling backward when accelerating on inclines.

Vehicle Summary

The Toyota 86 is the automaker's only two-door, rear drive sports car. The small coupe has a shorter overall length than the Corolla sedan, and a base price under $30,


Developed through a partnership with Subaru, the Toyota 86 is the sportiest vehicle in the automaker's lineup. The 86 is powered by a liter, flat-four "boxer" engine that makes hp and lb-ft of torque when paired with a six-speed manual transmission, or hp and lb-ft with the six-speed automatic. Based on EPA numbers, the manual-equipped Toyota 86 returns 21/28 mpg city/highway, while opting for the automatic results in improved fuel economy at 24/32 mpg. While developing the rear-wheel drive coupe, engineers focused on providing sharp and balanced handling characteristics with a low center of gravity and low curb weight.


The NHTSA has not completed its full evaluation of the Toyota in the frontal crash test, the safety agency gave the Toyota 86 four out of five stars, and the coupe's rollover protection is rated five stars. Meanwhile, the IIHS hasn't yet released ratings for the Toyota 86, though the previous model year (called the Scion FR-S), scored top marks in four out of five categories -- the coupe's small overlap front performance was rated as Acceptable. Toyota didn't announce the addition of optional safety tech including forward collision prevention technology, which is necessary to earn the Top Safety Pick+ award from the IIHS. However, the Toyota 86 could earn Top Safety Pick status if its score in the small overlap front test improves to a Good rating.

What We Think

Although the demise of Scion is unfortunate, the sporty FR-S coupe will live on as the Toyota 86, giving the brand some much-needed sport cred. We've praised the coupe for its precise handling and fun-to-drive nature, but have often expressed a desire for more horsepower. Changes to the gear ratios in the manual transmission-equipped Toyota 86 brings slightly more power, though we don't expect a dramatic change in the coupe's acceleration times. Seating for four passengers makes the 86 somewhat practical, though the rear seats are cramped and best reserved for kids or shorter trips. Overall, the interior is relatively basic, which shouldn't be an issue to owners focused on the driving experience, rather than fancy amenities.

Cool Fact

With a low roof height and low-mounted boxer engine, the Toyota 86 has a center of gravity that's lower than many of today's sports cars.

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