Toyota 86 & Subaru BRZ News Archive:
 

 
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Geneva: Toyota GT 86 more photos revealed

The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently presented, during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the GT 86, the Prius Plug-in Hybrid and the NS4. The Toyota GT 86 has been revealed in late 2011, but even so, the model is still ma...
by Goran Has
 

 

 
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VIDEO: Toyota 86GTS & Subaru BRZ STI (Concept Sports Kit) at the 2012 Sydney Motor Show.

GT86.com.au crew made their way to this years AIMS (Australian International Motor Show) at Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour, to cover the event. See the videos and photos we took of the most talked ab...
by Goran Has
 

 
 
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2013 Subaru BRZ Configurator Now Live

You still can’t take delivery of a 2013 Subaru BRZ, but now you can figure out how much it will cost (In the USA) to put the model of your choosing inside your garage, thanks to Subaru’s BRZ configurator website. For Au...
by Oliver Trako
 

 

 
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Toyota 86 / GT 86 Convertible Coming Confirms Chief Engineer

                        Speaking with Autobild, Tada said “The GT 86 was designed from the outset [so] that we can build it as a convertible.” However, the...
by Oliver Trako
 

 
 
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Video & Review: The Subaru BRZ runs the quarter in 15.3 seconds

Distill the comprehensive goodness of the 2013 Subaru BRZ down to a single desirable property and it is this: Profound control. It is the rear-drive BRZ’s competence in those pivotal split seconds as the limit of grip app...
by Oliver Trako
 

 

 
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Waiting list for Toyota 86 coupe, BRZ pre-orders stopped

New $40K sports car hasn’t arrived yet, but it’s already sold out for months to come. Toyota’s hotly anticipated new 86 coupe will be launched early next week – but potential buyers may have to wait months to get their ...
by Goran Has
 

 
 

Subaru BRZ Price Inflation; Some Dealers Charging over $5000

One USA dealer has decided to inflate the price of the 20 Subaru BRZ allocated to its dealership by an exuberant $5000. This is understandable since supply and demand are the rules of a free market economy. The dealership also ...
by Oliver Trako