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First Registered: 15/12/2017. In excellent condition, still has that new car smell. Balance of 5 year warranty remaining. Under warranty until December 2022. FSH Full Toyota Service History Flat rate road tax £155/year Facelift model - won't need the valve spring recall necessary on older models, has the much improved interior (has audio controls on a smaller steering wheel, 4.2 inch colour TFT screen with multi information display (fuel range, oil temperature, air temperature, g-force meter etc. in place of pre facelift car’s few analogue gauges etc.) and other improvements (LED lights and headlights, improved suspension tuning etc.). Dual zone climate control air conditioning, cruise control, keyless entry/start, trip computer, power folding mirrors, DAB radio, USB socket, MP3, Bluetooth, handsfree mobile connectivity. Steering wheel audio controls. Manual 6 speed gearbox, Beautiful Pearlescent White (£1000 option when new) which sparkles in the sun. Unmarked 17 inch diamond cut alloy wheels. I've added an official Toyota GT86 Armrest and have uprated the tyres to Michelin Pilot Sport 4 which have almost full tread depth as only done around 100 miles on them. Uprated Toyota battery fitted as earlier ones can fully discharge easily. Bought from Toyota dealer with 12 miles on the odometer (pre registered car). I've been the only owner since then. Smoke free, pet free. 16,699 miles £19,200 Car is located in Cheshire very close to M6 Junction 16.
Adverts on Auto Trader have recently started showing lower fuel economy figures for facelifted BRZs/GT86s. It was just the Blue Edition of the GT86 until the last few months for some reason. It's the manual versions I'm interested in by the way. My BRZ info from Subaru from both 2015 and 17 (pre-facelift and facelift) show near identical figures. So what's happened? Official 2015 figures are 27.2, 44.1, 36.2 (urban, extra urban, combined). 2017 figures are 27.2, 44.8, 36.2. Auto Trader figures for the later cars are 23.4, 42.8, 32.8. For the GT86, only the combined figure is now given - 33.23. Anyone know what's going on? I know these figures are academic, but they are useful for comparison purposes between different models from different manufacturers.