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Last Updated: January 24, 2020

Slipping Sales: Sales of the Toyota 86 closed out last year in the middle of the sports car class in terms of sales. Dealerships sold 18 percent fewer 86 models in 2019 compared to 2018. Still, it outpaced the Subaru BRZ in the sales race by 46 percent. 

Average Prices: A base 86 is equipped with a manual transmission and starts at $27,060, which is about average for the class. While many drivers in the segment will gladly take the manual, an automatic is also available for an additional $720. 

Time to Buy: The Toyota 86’s agile handling, competitive pricing, and excellent reliability track record make it a good value in the segment. This month’s Toyota deals could help you save some money. If you’re still on the fence about which sports car to snag, consider a used Scion-branded FR-S instead. There haven't been any major updates since Toyota ended the Scion brand a few years ago, so you will still find a similar driving experience.

2020 Toyota 86 Prices

MSRP: $27,780

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2020 Toyota 86

MSRP: $27,060 - $30,590

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