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News 2023 Toyota GR 86 Starts From $31,490 in Canada

2023 Toyota GR 86 Starts From $31,490 in Canada

Toyota's affordable rear-drive sports coupe remains affordable

  • 228 hp GR 86 carries over unchanged

  • Expect orange Special Edition later this year

Toyota has just priced the GR 86 sports coupe for 2023. While there are no changes to the car, we’re surprised to see that there are no changes to the price, either, with the base car starting from $31,490.

Introduced just last year, we’ve yet to tire of the Toyota GR 86 and its 2.4L boxer-four that makes 228 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. The car still drives the rear wheels and does so through a six-speed automatic or a six-speed stickshift.

The 2023 GR 86 will be offered in base trim and Premium. The former gets 17-inch alloys, LED headlights, a 7.0-inch digital dash, dual-zone climate, and six-speaker audio. Premium adds 18-inch wheels with Michelin Pilot Sport 4 performance tires, rear spoiler, more speakers, leather and Alcantara seating, and blind spot monitoring as well as rear cross-traffic alerts.

Exclusive to automatic versions of the car are pre-collision braking, radar cruise control, and lane departure warning. Base 2023 GR 86 starts from $31,490 in Canada or $33,980 for the automatic, and Premium is $34,490 or $36,890 with the auto.

One new addition to the lineup for 2023 is the GR 86 Special Edition. We’ll need to until later in the year for pricing – and with just 20 expected it’ll likely go fast. The Special Edition offers Solar Shift orange, special wheels, GR cat-back exhaust, and other interior and exterior accents.

The 2023 Toyota GR 86 is on sale now.



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