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About the 2017 Toyota 86

Vehicle Summary

If you’re in the market for an exciting two-door coupe, then it’s hard to pass up the 2017 Toyota 86. The coupe’s rear-wheel drive layout, sharp handling prowess and standard Torsen® limited-slip differential makes it an ideal corner carver. Thanks to its low curb weight and relatively compact size, the 2017 Toyota 86 also makes the most of its maximum 205-hp rating, courtesy of the 2.0L flat four-cylinder engine. Expect standard features like keyless entry, a rearview camera and Bluetooth® connectivity. The spunky coupe looks just as good standing still thanks to its classic proportions and edgy styling cues. The 2017 Toyota 86 makes an affordable option if you’re searching for a sporty vehicle with great handling. 

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FAQ

Q: Is the 2017 Toyota 86 related to the 2016 Scion FR-S?

A: Yes. The 2017 86 is essentially the same vehicle carried over without any significant changes aside from the name. 

Q: What does the “86” stand for with the 2017 Toyota 86?

A: The “86” name pays homage to the mid-1980s Toyota Corolla’s internal code, AE86. 

Q: What’s the difference between the 2017 Toyota 86 and the 2017 Subaru BRZ?

A: Both vehicles feature slightly different front and rear fascia styling, along with different suspension tweaks. 

Q: How much cargo space does the 2017 Toyota 86 offer?

A: You’ll get 6.9 cu-ft of cargo space – enough for a quick weekend getaway. 

Q: What kind of fuel economy numbers can I expect from the 2017 Toyota 86?

A: The 2017 Toyota 86 offers an EPA-estimated 27 combined MPG when equipped with the six-speed automatic transmission and 24 mpg combined when mated to the six-speed manual transmission.1 

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Actual mileage will vary based on things like battery age, vehicle condition and history, driving and charging habits, accessory use, and driving conditions. Battery capacity may decrease with time and use. See fueleconomy.gov for more info.

Generation Overview

Sports cars come in all forms, but when it was initially released in 2012 as the Scion FR-S, the Toyota 86 set out to democratize the experience with its low cost of entry and scrappy rear-wheel-driven performance. Even after a rebranding due to the Scion make’s demise in 2016, the sleek two-door coupe continued to carry the torch for enthusiasts on a tight budget in search of a thrilling ride. 

There’s only one trim level for the 2017 Toyota 86, with a choice between a six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmission as one of the few major choices offered. Standard features include air conditioning, LED daytime running lights, cruise control, Granlux suede interior accents and an eight-speaker audio system with seven-inch touchscreen display.  

The 860 Special Edition was also made available during the 2017 model year. In addition to an exclusive Supernova Orange exterior color paired with black body stripes, this 2017 Toyota 86 also gained a rear spoiler and aerodynamic underbody panels. Other unique features included heated and leather-trimmed seats with orange stitching, dual-zone automatic climate control and distinctive 17-inch wheels. The 860 Special Edition was also made available in the Halo exterior color. 

Under the hood, the 2017 Toyota 86 shares the same 2.0L flat four-cylinder engine as the Subaru BRZ of the same model year. Hp and torque ratings differ depending on which type of transmission it’s equipped with. The 2.0L engine generates 205 hp and 156 lb-ft of torque when mated to a six-speed manual transmission. When equipped with the six-speed automatic, however, the power and torque both drop by five hp and five lb-ft. The trade-off is fuel economy that’s superior to manual transmission-equipped models by three combined MPG, according to EPA estimates.1 

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.

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