Important updates to specification and a pricing structure change highlight the updated 2015 Toyota 86 range.

It is the entry-level 2015 Toyota 86 GT that gains most, with the addition of a reversing camera and a 6.1-inch touch screen display added to the standard specification, for no additional price outlay. As well as providing camera operations the new screen also runs the audio system.

The manual 86 GT therefore remains at $29,990, plus on-road costs. Opting for the automatic variant of the 86 GT has never been better value, the additional kit included for the $32,490 ask; $300 less than before.

A full-size spare wheel can also be ordered for no extra cost, giving customers the option of a lighter tyre repair kit or the convenience of a full spare.

Stepping up to the 2015 Toyota 86 GTS (which has a larger brake package among its equipment list) also requires less outlay. Manual variant pricing now starts at $35,990 (a $500 reduction) with the auto now $38,490; $800 less than before.

Options include the Aero Pack for 86 GTS, priced at $3000, with premium paint available for an extra $450.

 

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