- Nov 6, 2016
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At R201 000 and with a 0-100 time of 9ish seconds, I think they should have gone for the more powerful engine.Toyota would never do that...Same as making a Polo GTI quicker than the Golf
There was an older model that went on Carb early last year that I was keen to get, but alas it was sold out from under me. I ended up getting a Haval H6C. It is an absolute pleasure to drive, but it is way bigger than I need, as at most I have a work and gym bag in my car or the gf.I think we found the target market for the 255bhp version.
For £3134 (R59000) could DIY turbo it yourself.I was also looking at the 86- it's Soo sexy but I would always have to add alittle mods to make more torque. Same thing with the mx5- which I would also love to own.
Both great cars and both n/a.
Got the focus St rather as don't need to add mods and it's got plenty of get up and go when u need it lol. Ticks alot more boxes than the other 2 for me.
I think a small turbo 86 would be alot of fun from the factory or just do a super charged one from factory. Save all that cash on r&d
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I wonder if that’s because SA is still on euro 3 spec petrol?Sooo
A bit of a buzzkill
Carmag.co.za says there are no plans to launch the new 86 in SA.
*cries in 2020 Fiesta ST*