Toyota 86

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₱1.95 - ₱2.05 Million
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Toyota 86 Specs
Engine 1998 cc
Power 197 hp
Seating 4 seats
Driver Airbag Yes
Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
Power Steering Yes

Toyota 86 Pros & Cons

Things We Like in 86

Lovely engine and manual gearbox combo

Driver focussed cabin

Engaging driving dynamics

Things We Dont Like in 86

Cramped interiors

Peaky power delivery may not appeal to all

The torque converter isn’t fast to downshift

Recent Updates of Toyota 86

Toyota and Subaru have joined hands for the 2019 version of Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ. It will be interesting to see how the two automakers will shape their respective models to compete against each other. The currently available Toyota 86 has not received any major change since its introduction in 2012 and it is expected that now we will get the 2019 iteration as the next update. However, the global market was treated with a TRD version recently to offer something new to the Toyota 86 fans.

It is powered by a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine that churns out a maximum power of 200 hp and a peak torque of 205 Nm. The transmission duties are taken care of by a 6-speed automatic unit backed by paddle shifters. With a starting price of Php 1.93 million, you can grab a Toyota 86 from six color options.  

Toyota 86 Price List

Variant Price Specifications  
2.0 MT ₱1.95 Million*
SRP Price
1998 cc, 197 hp, 4 seats, Gasoline
2.0 AT ₱2.05 Million*
SRP Price
1998 cc, 197 hp, 4 seats, Gasoline
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Toyota 86 Colors

Toyota 86 is available in 6 different colors - Crystal Black Silica, Ice Silver Metallic, Crystal White Pearl, Orange Metallic, Lapis Blue Pearl and Pure Red.

  • Crystal Black Silica

  • Ice Silver Metallic

  • Crystal White Pearl

  • Orange Metallic

  • Lapis Blue Pearl

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Toyota 86 Review

  • Overview
  • Interior & Features
  • Exterior
  • Ride & Handling
  • Engine & Fuel Consumption
  • Braking & Safety
  • Verdict


Toyota 86, which is a result of collaboration between Toyota and Subaru, has been in the market for almost 5 years now and recently got its facelift version launched. The car was originally produced and sold under the name Subaru BRZ. Toyota has given a fresh look to 86 with some changes on exterior and interior as well as on the handling. Let's have a look at the latest version of 86, which is already known for its performance on city roads as well as on the track.

Interior & Features

The cabin which had a mix of red and black upholstery has now been suppressed greatly with the only elements that appear red being the stitching. This makes the cabin look nice but not exactly wow-inducing. The quality of materials used seems nice and everything has been put together nicely. The 86 will seat four passengers, however, the two-door design means that the rear seat occupants don’t have much knee, leg or even headroom. This car is best used as a 2-seater then. The boot too is impractical as it has a full-size 17-inch spare lying inside it. We could barely manage to fit in a shopping bag into this cavity. There are a few cup holders around but they are placed too far back and warrant you to stop the car and stretch behind to retrieve them.

As far as the front seats are concerned, they too are a bit tight for legroom but as discussed, if you use this as a 2-seater, one can pull the driver’s seat back for additional space. The good thing is that inspite of the lowered dimensions of the car, there is enough headroom for the driver and if this car was to be taken on the track, even wearing a helmet leaves a bit of space to the roof. The leather used ensures that during fast cornering, the seats will hug you. Toyota has ensured that a 7-inch touchscreen music system is standard across the board and it has a nice crisp resolution too. Wireless mirroring can be enabled through WiFi. The music system supports AUX, USB, CD, DVD, and FM. Sound quality isn’t that great though from the four speaker system.


For us, the Toyota 86 has always been about the pure form of design. A long and sleek hood coupled to a stubby rear end. In its FT form, the 86 looked really modern retro while the facelift it recently got veers more towards the modern. The bumpers are new and so is the grille. The alloy wheel pattern too has been changed. At the rear, the lights mimic LEDs now. The Toyota 86 measures 4,240 mm in length, 1,775 mm in width and 1,320 mm in height. The wheelbase stands at 2,570 mm while the car weighs a scanty 1,300kg.


Ride & Handling

The ground clearance of this car is a mere 130 mm. This means one has to tip-toe over speed breakers but not necessarily drive it in the cross pattern. Keep the number of passengers to just one and a few light bags, all is well. The electrically assisted steering wheel (Toyota should have gone for the hydraulic one here) too has a direct feedback. Being rear-wheel driven, the Toyota 86 does indeed have a tendency to slip the stubby boot around. That was earlier. Now due to the implementation of thicker sway bars at the rear. The Michelin Primacy tyres too are made of a stickier component. All these help plant a metre wide smile on the driver’s face each time he sees a corner. The Macphersons at the front does a good job too. Overall ride quality is passable and is not as stiff as say a Porsche 911.

The overall NVH is well controlled and we like the engine and exhaust combo note.


Engine & Fuel Consumption

Toyota uses a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated 4-cylinder petrol Boxer engine that is good for 200 PS of power and 205 Nm of torque. In the automatic trim, the torque number goes down by 5 Nm. Speaking of which, the 6-speed automatic with paddle shifters gives decent shift quality. Especially around town where you don’t have to row the gears using the clutch. The 6-speed manual, however, will be appreciated on the race track and on the highway. This is because the meat of the powerband of the Toyota 86 is at around 5,500rpm. The gearbox is a slick unit and with that light clutch, it makes things easy as far as revving the nuts off the motor is concerned. The peaky power delivery ensures that the top end is relatively frentic - around 225 kmph top speed and a 0-100 kmph time of 8s. The fuel efficiency we recorded was around 14 kmpl on the highway and 8 in the city, with the numbers dropping marginally in the auto.

As it is evident, there is little torque at the bottom end and hence driving the 86 in the city will be a mess of constant gear changes. The engine note is enjoyable and the revs also like to climb quickly. All being said, Toyota doesn’t make this engine and it is a Subaru-derived unit which is shared with the BR-Z.

Braking & Safety

Toyota uses disc brakes all around and these lend the 86 with a confident stopping prowess. This coupled with ABS, EBD, and Vehicle Stability Control help the 86 get through some short braking distance. That being said, this Toyota is a bare basic car and doesn’t get all the electronic wizardry manufacturers will put in their sports cars. The ANCAP rating for the car that you see here with six airbags is 4 stars.

It is assumed that the next-gen 86 will get a higher safety dragnet as it will be jointly built with BMW.


We absolutely love the Toyota 86. Bare basic and driver-focused cabin is made so that one enjoys the car’s driving dynamics and not just the creature comforts. It has okayish ride quality and very good handling. Did we say that it looks hot too. In a subtle way that is. At Php 1,930,000 for the manual and Php 2,030,000 for the automatic, the Toyota 86 is good value for money too.

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    Jose Mari Apr 09, 2019
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Toyota 86 FAQ

  • What are the Safety Features Available in Toyota 86?

    The safety features available in Toyota 86 Below:

    Feature Value
    Driver Airbag Yes
    Passenger Airbag Yes
    Side Airbag-Front Yes
    Child Safety Locks Yes
    Anti-Lock Braking System Yes
    Brake Assist Yes
    Ebd Yes
    Vehicle Stability Control System Yes
    Rear Seat Belts Yes
    Seat Belt Warning Yes
    Day & Night Rear View Mirror Yes
    Crash Sensor Yes
    Front Impact Beams Yes
    Side Impact Beams Yes
    Door Ajar Warning Yes
    Tyre Pressure Monitor No
    Engine Check Warning Yes

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