Described with turbo and extra 50 hp 🧐This is for sale near me. Not far off the price of the GR86 and it’s 2 years old.
I would be asking at least £5k over list, see what happens. Can always reduce it if no interest, although I am sure there will be.
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There’s buckets of near new GRY’s track pack £38-£40k, so some are still trying for a £4k-£6k premium.Having previously reviewed US second hand prices where there is more available stock and up to 10k premium on RRP for a second hand car with miles I would personally (Im a year out from getting mine!!) advertise it for 40k on PH, Autotrader etc and see what comes back on that number with the advert saying we can do a bank transfer and sign over log book drinking the collection dealers coffee!! Would only work I guess for a cash buyer both ways.
Yeah, I had come to the same conclusion. 500 maybe?I have a funny feeling there are more than the 430 odd cars Toyota said were available. Lots of Demo cars, available with Leasing companies etc.
When I went onto the Website the other day its still there to spec & order!!
There are no more allocations coming to the UK, the 400 or so cars were allocated all the way up till 2024.Toyota showroom's up and down the land hastily PDI'ing GR86's ready to start taking orders on the UK's next allocation.
Anyone wanting a GR86 won't be paying over the odds for one, and certainly not until production ends in 2024.
People looking to sell may get 32-33k at a push, if someone really wants one right now, dealers certainly won't be paying more than RRP.