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On the road: 2017 Toyota 86



Don’t mourn the now-discontinued Scion FRS much — it’s back as the renamed Toyota 86. Cooley drives the 2017 model and checks the tech.

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  • Coureur De Bois
    January 31, 2017

    i can't wait for the supra!!!!!

  • vada209
    January 31, 2017

    I see Cooley I click like.

  • Keking
    January 31, 2017

    Cat from 90s

  • QuietStormX
    January 31, 2017

    Crying like a Baby…. Yeah you can drop the $900 Radio and install your own system for less and better. You can to magic with engine mods or drop in another…

  • Noel Santos
    January 31, 2017

    It should of carried a Toyota badge to begin with here in North America. About time they ditched the "scion" sub brand.

  • Will N
    January 31, 2017

    Finally Cooley is back

  • CookingWithPhil
    February 1, 2017

    27k for a 86! wtf is wrong with toyota?! It shouldn't be priced close to a 370z.

  • Sergio Marron
    February 2, 2017

    For the money, that Toyota isn't good value for money. It should have been priced $20K

  • Emil Borchert
    February 14, 2017

    The display itself isn't actually optional, just the nav chip is, I'm getting a blue Toyota 86 soon and I'm opting out of the nav upgrade because I'm going to swap the head unit out for a Pioneer AVIC 8200NEX with Apple CarPlay functionality anyways.

    Also, regarding the back seats, since everyone is always so curious about those. They are KIND OF usable. I haven't picked up my car yet, but I work at a Subaru dealership and have had a chance to play around inside the interior of a couple BRZ's, now I'm kinda smallish-average, I'm about 5'9" and I like to jack my driver seats way up, as high as they'll go, this actually creates comfortable foot room for behind me, coupled with the fact that since I'm a Sunday-type driver, I like to sit further up towards the wheel, the seat behind me is actually quite usable, the problem is actually the passenger seat, since it doesn't rise up, foot room for the right rear passenger is almost non-existent, even with the seat pushed ridiculously far up (as far up as I could get without my legs being entirely scrunched up).

  • Wretched Slippage
    May 4, 2017

    the 124 looks better but its not even comparable in my eyes to the 86 performance wise..

  • Wretched Slippage
    May 4, 2017

    I love and hate the touch display in the 86… I like that its touch but yrah it doesnt have nav, bno CD player and you cant change the color. Id rather have the CD player because in mine im stuck with bluetooth which can also be good or USB which is a pain. I have 1000CDs sitting here and i rarely use the anymore 🙁

  • Cédric Coulombe
    October 9, 2017

    Its almost the same price as a vw GTi but the Torsen diff comes standard, drive wheels are at the right place, slightly lighter with its weight better distributed along the length and height of the car

    but people keeps bitching about the price

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