Although it hasn’t yet arrived here at Arlington Toyota, the 2020 Toyota 86 has been officially released. Not much has changed from the previous year, other than the addition of the special Hakone Edition trim level, but with that in mind, we thought we’d dive into the different models, trims & starting price points in and at which the newest iteration of the 86 will be available.
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Combined Fuel Efficiency
|Base||6-speed Manual||24 mpg||$26,985|
|Base||6-speed Automatic||27 mpg||$27,705|
|GT||6-speed Automatic||27 mpg||$29,835|
|Hakone Edition||6-speed Manual||24 mpg||$29,870|
|GT||6-speed Manual||24 mpg||$30,115|
|Hakone Edition||6-speed Automatic||27 mpg||$30,590|
Other Specs & Features
We’ve already covered performance & power in the new 86, but we figured we could still hop into some of the other specs & features that make it such a viable option in the affordable sports car segment. One big claim to fame is its sporty design, both inside and out. Its long hood and short deck in the rear combine to give it a true sports car design, combining with the different lines and angles to give it an athletic and sleek appearance.
On the inside, things like the sport steering wheel and the front bucket seats with side bolsters and contrast stitching all mix together for a truly sporty cabin. The Granlux trim makes it look even better in there, while features like the folding rear seat and audio controls on the aforementioned steering wheel make the cabin more convenient.
There is plenty of technology found throughout the 86 as well, such as the 7” display audio system that features 8 speakers and Clari-Fi technology or the USB media and charging port built into the center console. If you think you might be interested in your own Toyota 86, be sure to get in touch with us right here at Arlington Toyota!