GR86 GR86 Accessories now listed on Toyota's website

KobayashiMaru86

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I probably won't do that body kit as it's plastic as that means more of it to look after. Adding the ducktail is enough. Have seen the video of how it fits and it's lots more drilling. If I felt need to I'd do something like Max Orido's as his is quite subtle with the front splitter and skirts.
 
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Seano1878

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I think the kit with the quads is what I’d have done to a car on Need For Speed carbon when I was like eight years old. Makes a svelte, sporty coupe look a bit tacky and busy imo. It’s like the upper half of the car looks sleek and smooth and the lower has vents and strakes..

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder though.
 

OPC100

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Most of these accessories are also on the UK configurator now. And you can also see them fitted to the car when you select them. I'm good with just the ducktail spoiler and mudflaps. 👍
 

Chrisshortys

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Most of these accessories are also on the UK configurator now. And you can also see them fitted to the car when you select them. I'm good with just the ducktail spoiler and mudflaps. 👍
O nice spot!
I’m thinking duck tail and vents possibly for my base car…
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The Vent inserts with understated GR logo seem like a subte nice touch to me. Did it get anyone else's attention?
 

KobayashiMaru86

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An tempted to get some of those fins. The US spec maybe too much but not looked for a link yet. Did see somewhere they drill and screw on but they are so light and how air pushed on then I'd say 3M tape is more than fine.
 
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Ha1ey

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Hi guys, can anyone remember the fitted price of the duck tail when it originally went on the website. I know the mud flaps were £170 fitted now showing £120 plus fitting - being quoted £225.
I think the ducktail was £450 ish but can’t remember? Now being asked for £602.
Have also been quoted £62 to fit the cargo net 🙈.
This is Steven Eagell. Anyone had a recent quote?
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Hi guys, can anyone remember the fitted price of the duck tail when it originally went on the website. I know the mud flaps were £170 fitted now showing £120 plus fitting - being quoted £225.
I think the ducktail was £450 ish but can’t remember? Now being asked for £602.
Have also been quoted £62 to fit the cargo net 🙈.
This is Steven Eagell. Anyone had a recent quote?
£500 + VAT is ridiculous. No way they should be charging you £600 labour to fit a spoiler, mudflaps and a cargo net.
 
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PVGR

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Hi guys, can anyone remember the fitted price of the duck tail when it originally went on the website. I know the mud flaps were £170 fitted now showing £120 plus fitting - being quoted £225.
I think the ducktail was £450 ish but can’t remember? Now being asked for £602.
Have also been quoted £62 to fit the cargo net 🙈.
This is Steven Eagell. Anyone had a recent quote?View attachment 12194
The cargo net literally takes 5 mins and only requires you remove to 2 pop clips, and then the attachments screw in by hand. Super easy! I have the instructions if you like.
 

OPC100

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Hi guys, can anyone remember the fitted price of the duck tail when it originally went on the website. I know the mud flaps were £170 fitted now showing £120 plus fitting - being quoted £225.
I think the ducktail was £450 ish but can’t remember? Now being asked for £602.
Have also been quoted £62 to fit the cargo net 🙈.
This is Steven Eagell. Anyone had a recent quote?View attachment 12194
It cost me:

Rear spoiler £449.00 inc VAT
Mudflaps £199.00 inc VAT

Supplied and fitted prices from Hendy Salisbury. Only sorted it yesterday, so faitly recent. 😁
 
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Ha1ey

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The cargo net literally takes 5 mins and only requires you remove to 2 pop clips, and then the attachments screw in by hand. Super easy! I have the instructions if you like.
To be fair he did say that was a mistake but after I had sat for an hour waiting for this info I was past my best. He also thought the spoiler needed painting so not a good start.
 
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beorg

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Hi guys, can anyone remember the fitted price of the duck tail when it originally went on the website. I know the mud flaps were £170 fitted now showing £120 plus fitting - being quoted £225.
I think the ducktail was £450 ish but can’t remember? Now being asked for £602.
Have also been quoted £62 to fit the cargo net 🙈.
This is Steven Eagell. Anyone had a recent quote?View attachment 12194
I'm being charged £178 for mud flaps at Steven Eagell Rayleigh, so around £60 for the fitting.

Spoiler was quoted as £348 + fitting, waiting for them to confirm the cost of labour but if it's more than £120, I'll be fitting it myself. Two forum members have already done it without problems and if you look at pictures of the demo car in Chelmsford, you might reconsider having Toyota fit it for you.

Installing that cargo net should be free with anything else you're getting them to do.