The all-new Toyota 86 was formerly known as the Scion FR-S. With the discontinuation of the Scion brand, Toyota reclaimed some of the Scion models as 2017 Toyota models. Just like the old Toyota AE86, the new 86 boasts back to basics design with a timeless appeal and entertaining performance. Toyota's new sports car goes up against some of the oldest competition in the market in this comparison of the 2017 Toyota 86 vs 2017 Ford Mustang.
Along side the rebadging, Toyota gave the 86 some improvements and updates along the way. With a classic design the 2017 Toyota 86 offers customers an affordable option in the sports car segment that still boasts a fun to drive experience with above average fuel economy and a design appeal that will still turn heads. Toyota revised the four-cylinder engine to produce more horsepower and torque and upgraded the suspension design for better ride quality and improved handling.
Unlike the Ford Mustang, the Toyota 86 is only offered in one trim level and only in a coupe body style. The 86's one available model isn't any less equipped though with standard features such as a leather wrapped steering wheel, LED headlights, a rearview camera, an eight-speaker sound system and more. The 2017 Toyota 86 gives customers fuel economy that exceeds expectation for a sports car with 21 city mpg and 28 highway mpg. Customers find with the 86 that they don't have to sacrifice fuel-efficiency for power and performance.
Interested in test driving the all-new 2017 Toyota 86? Please contact Arlington Toyota located in Palatine, IL to talk with a team member. Located about a half hour from Chicago, our dealership is conveniently located near Arlington Heights and Schaumburg. Call or email us today to talk with a team member about the all-new 2017 Toyota 86.