The Toyota 86 is nearing the end of six years on sale and it's still going strong. Amazingly, it's still a relative bargain and, just like day one, is available in two specification levels.
The first is the GT opening the range at $31,440 for the manual and $33,740 for the auto.
Standard features include 16-inch alloys, a limited-slip diff (manual only), LED headlights and daytime running lights, reversing camera, 6.1-inch touchscreen, AM/FM radio, power windows and mirrors, electric power steering, air-conditioning, floor mats, hill start assist, a sound system with six speakers, Bluetooth and USB, cruise control and cloth trim.
Explore the 2018 Toyota 86 range
On the safety front you get seven airbags, ABS, stability and traction controls and two ISOFIX points. The 86's maximum five star ANCAP safety rating dates back to 2012.
The 'Dynamic Performance Pack' adds darker alloys, SACHS suspension and bigger, stronger Brembo brakes for $2200.