The Toyota 86 has a sharp steering response and balanced chassis. It is a practical sports car for the man who has everything.
The engine is a 2.0 liter swift 0 to 60 in 6.2 seconds power house. It has a six-speed automatic transmission and a 200 mile fuel economy on a full tank of gas with 38-39 mpg results.
A common problem with the Toyota 86 is that it runs but doesn’t move. The 86 will never run at a leisurely pace and keep running when you floor it.
Another problem that frequently comes up is it begins to sputter and backfire if you start to accelerate on highways. The backing off throttle does seem to help a little but that doesn’t fix the problem. Another common problem with some models is that the spare tire doesn’t come inflated most of the time.
The most common problems with the Toyota 86 can all be fixed if you take a look at the car manual.