Select the Sportiest Toyota for You
Most of the Toyota models aren’t considered racecars, but there are still many sporty options for you to choose from. Many of the most popular Toyotas have available trims that emphasize their performance and sportiness. If you wait a few months, you can even drive the truly sporty Toyota 86 around Manassas.
Historically Sporty Toyotas
Throughout the years, Toyota has made numerous sport cars, and some of the fastest can give you true thrills. Of course, you would have to find a used version of these vehicles to take advantage of them. If you can get your hands on a Toyota Supra with the Twin Turbo engine or the 3-liter Turbo, you will be very happy with its performance. The MR2 Turbo was also very quick, thrilling, and sporty.
Toyota Sedan or SUV?
If you prefer a modern Toyota or want to drive a new model, then you will still have multiple options in terms of sportiness. The Toyota Corolla S gives you sporty styling on a budget with a rear spoiler, a chrome-tipped exhaust, and leather on the steering wheel for as little as $19,365*. The 2017 Camry SE is possibly the sportiest Toyota that appeals to a wide audience. It has a sport suspension and paddle shifters to put you in control. There are also sporty styling elements, like a sport mesh front grille and sport seats.
If you want a sporty Toyota SUV, consider the RAV4 SE trim. This model has a sport-tuned suspension and paddle shifters. You also get a sportier shift level along with unique styling to enhance the feel.
Wait for the Toyota 86
For an even sportier vibe, wait just a few months and get behind the wheel of the Toyota 86, which was previously the Scion FR-S. This model has an aggressive front end, sporty styling inside and out, and DNA that shows off its performance.
For help choosing the sportiest Toyota for you, visit Miller Toyota. While there, you can take any of these models on a test drive around Manassas, Virginia.
*MSRP (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price) excludes tax, license, registration, and options. A delivery, processing, and handling fee may be charged seperately. Dealer prices may vary.