Entry level sports coupe from Toyota, co-developed alongside its mechanical twin, the Subaru BRZ. Both cars are manufactured at Subaru's Gunma assembly plant in Japan.
The Toyota 86 (and BRZ) are known for being a cheap, fun RWD sporty coupe. Car culture wouldn't be the same without them.
by username4544 September 14, 2020
A typical hairdressers car, cheap and unreliable but made to look like a hot wheels car from Woolworths. This car has sporty-looks with a performance below bang average, and has been the worst performing Toyota on the market. Do not confuse this car to be in the same category of the elite Supra and the Toyota 89. The 86 is just a knock off version of the elites made for uni students to pick up girls. Most people who drive this car are going through a midlife identity crisis and it's important to use kind and understanding words while speaking to them. A true car enthusiast would never touch the wheel of the 86, by tradition.
Matchbox cars and the Toyota 86 - I don't see a difference.
by DenzlWashington April 26, 2022
A classic example of a hairdresser's car, it's both cheap and unreliable, taking the automobile industry to a new low. Used by emo teens to hide their insecurity, the 86 gets your local emo the attention they need. Sporty looks don't speak for it's tuk-tuk engine, as it has the horse power of a one legged horse and a top speed of a tortoise on a public holiday.
Look, another hairdresser going to work on the Toyota 86.
by DenzlWashington April 27, 2022