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Performance

The GT86 has been designed to provide an excellent and exciting drive. Whilst the suspension has been tuned specifically for the optimum driving experience, the steering has been designed to offer superb feedback and respond accurately to driver inputs. The GT86 excels greatly around corners and is extremely balanced, even if the driver is a little over-eager on the pedal. There is only one engine available for this car - a 2.0-litre petrol unit with 197bhp and a torque figure of 205Nm.

Running Costs

The GT86 is a surprisingly rewarding car in terms of running costs when considering a car of its style. The GT86 uses its lightweight body to its advantage, able to boast an average fuel economy of 36.2mph, which is fairly impressive. The emissions aren’t fantastic, an average of 181g/km, however compared to other cars, this is surprisingly good results. There’s more good news for automatic users as well, with a boost of 39.8mpg and 164g/km of CO2, making the automatic the most economically friendly and cost effective choice.

Equipment

The GT86 has two levels of trims available, both featuring a very impressive list of features as standard. The base spec offers 17-inch alloys, bi-xenon high intensity discharge headlamps, LED daytime running lights, front fog lamps, electric folding door mirrors, backwards and lateral G-forces, , aluminium pedals, leather-trimmed steering wheel, handbrake and gear knob, black cloth upholstery, dual-zone air con, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, cruise control, hill start assist and scuff plates. The top spec TRD version of the GT86 includes different 18-inch alloys, a body kit, a sports exhaust and various bits of TRD detailing around the car.