Used Toyota GR86 Cars in Scotland

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Toyota GR86 2.4 D-4S 2dr Coupe 2023, 115 miles, £3 +2
Toyota GR86 £33,495
2.4 D-4S 2dr

2023

Manual

32.1 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 115

Petrol

Toyota GR86 2.4 D-4S 2dr Coupe 2023, 6422 miles, £ +24
Toyota GR86 £30,643
2.4 D-4S 2dr

2023

Manual

32.1 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 6,422

Petrol

Toyota GR86 2.4 Boxer D-4S Euro 6 2dr Coupe, 952 m
Toyota GR86 £32,995
2.4 Boxer D-4S Euro 6 2dr
Finance from £789 per month

Manual

32.1 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 952

Petrol

Toyota GR86 2.4 Boxer D-4S Euro 6 2dr Coupe, 1417
Toyota GR86 £32,995
2.4 Boxer D-4S Euro 6 2dr
Finance from £789 per month

Manual

32.1 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 1,417

Petrol

Toyota GR86 2.4 Boxer D-4S Euro 6 2dr Coupe, 1821
Toyota GR86 £32,995
2.4 Boxer D-4S Euro 6 2dr
Finance from £789 per month

Manual

32.1 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 1,821

Petrol

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Why buy a used Toyota GR86 with Exchange and Mart?

For too long, enthusiasts have believed what the car makers have told them. That they needed more power, more grip, more fancy intervening electronics. That argument looks good on paper, but can often be curiously unsatisfying out on the road. If that's been your experience in buying an affordable and enthusiast-orientated but practical sports car, then you might agree that it's time to go back to basics. That's is exactly what Toyota did when back in 2012 it launched what was known in Japan as the 'Hachiroku' model, which translates as 'Eight, Six' in Japanese. We knew it as the GT86. Four factors governed its development: light weight, modest normally aspirated power, rear wheel drive and narrow tyres. Lap times, the engineers decided, were unimportant. What mattered here was driving enjoyment. You might have forgotten just how much of a heritage affordable Toyota sportscars have in providing that, from the tiny S800 of 1962 to the GT2000 late that decade, the Celica of the '70's and the mid-engined MR2 of the '80's and 90's. The GT86 has proved to be a worthy successor to those cars, but there's always room for improvement and now it's time for the next chapter in this model line, the GR86. The change of letter designates the development involvement of Toyota's motorsport division Gazoo Racing, the engineers who bought you the GR Supra and the GR Yaris. As with the old GT86, this GR model is been produced as part of a joint venture with Subaru - it's even built at Subaru's Ota plant. This time round, there won't be a Subaru version of this design sold in the UK, which should help Toyota sales of this design, which weren't stellar last time round.

About the Toyota GR86

So, the world's most compact four-seat sports car continues to be a tempting proposition for driving enthusiasts. Of course, as before, it could be faster, grippier, quieter and of better quality inside. But to be honest, we wouldn't really want it to be. All of those things would dilute the very qualities that make this GR86 what it is. Sports cars always used to be this way, light, low powered and modestly rubbered. We had fun in them then and we can have fun in this one now. The chassis is excellent, the controls are brilliant, the driving position nigh-on perfect and the new 2.4-litre engine is revvy, fun and sounds a bit more exciting. In summary, the GR86, like its predecessor, is a sports car to savour; one of those rare machines that involves you so much that you don't need to be travelling at three figure speeds to have fantastic fun. Factor in the affordable running costs and high residuals and it becomes a very tempting proposition indeed. In years to come, we think, this model line will be fondly remembered. Enjoy it while you can.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.