Toyota 86 coupe dropped on H&R springs and spacer package


Chassis specialist H&R is introducing a sport springs and spacer package for the facelifted 2017 Toyota 86 coupe, sharpening the lightweight sports car’s already impressive handling even further.

Compatible with the standard shock absorbers, the H&R springs lower the Toyota 86 by 25mm front and rear, which in turn gives better handling and reduced roll in corners, according to the tuner.


For better stability, H&R is also pumping up the Toyota 86 with a set of wheel spacers in 20mm thickness for that properly flush look. The springs and spacer package gives the coupe a much more aggressive hunkered down look, with the standard factory wheels now filling up the wheel arches nicely.

The sport springs for the Toyota 86 costs 280 euros while the spacers are 127 euros.


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