2017 Toyota 86 vs. 2017 Subaru BRZ

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Winner: 2017 Subaru BRZ (Details Below)

The Toyota 86 (starting at $26,255) is available in one trim level, with very few options. Opting for an automatic transmission adds just $325 to the bottom line. Though the 86 has a higher starting price than other sports cars, it’s unlikely to end up costing much more than that. A special edition with exclusive styling elements starts at $29,155 with the manual transmission. If you’re looking for the special edition with an automatic transmission, it’ll cost you $29,875.

The Subaru BRZ is offered in two trim levels. The Premium model starts at $25,495 and is similarly equipped to the Toyota 86. The Limited trim starts at $27,645 and adds premium lighting and interior features. The BRZ is also offered with a couple of options packages. A new special edition this year – the Series.Yellow – starts at $29,695.

Due to its lower overall starting price and greater pricing flexibility, the Subaru BRZ takes the win in this category.

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