Refreshing the GT86 range and making the sports car even more accessible than before, Toyota announced the launch of a new entry-level model in the British market. It is called the GT86 Primo, and at £22,995 it undercuts the standard model by more than £2,000.
That is not all. You can get the Primo 86 even cheaper thanks to Toyota’s introductory offer which slashes another £500 off the base price for a limited time only.
Toyota GT86 Primo may be an entry-level model but it is decently equipped with 17-inch alloys, limited-slip differential, aluminium sports pedals, air conditioning, power-folding door mirrors, front fog lamps, twin tailpipes, the Toyota Touch multimedia system, Bluetooth and a new tyre pressure monitoring system. It only comes with the manual gearbox which is more desirable than the automatic anyway.
The standard GT86, starting from £24,995, adds to the list above a rear spoiler, keyless entry, push-button start, cruise control, dual-zone climate control, dusk-sensing HID headlights, LED daytime running lights and the option of automatic transmission.
2015 Toyota GT86 also comes with new Aero and Giallo trims, both starting from £27,495, offering large rear spoiler and front, side and rear skirts. The impactful look is topped off with a set of 18-inch OZ Ultraleggera alloy wheels with an anthracite grey finish. The no-cost Giallo package adds black GT86 side decal, gloss black door mirror housings and vibrant Giallo yellow metallic paintwork.