2018 Toyota 86 driving on the road.

2018 Toyota 86 Available Safety Features

Perfection improved, that’s the 2018 Toyota 86. Built on the legacy of the of the 86 itself, and improved by decades of Toyota engineering and innovation, the 2018 Toyota 86 is a vehicle designed with the driver in mind. And nowhere is this clearer than with the many great safety features it has available. Continue reading to learn more!

2018 Toyota 86 Passive Safety Features

When it comes to safety, it’s important to have a strong foundation to build upon, and the 2018 Toyota 86 doesn’t disappoint in this regard. With a body that has been strengthened and reinforced through the intelligent use of materials, as well refined to reduce hardness and vibrations, the new 86 is designed for both performance and safety.

In addition to its reinforced body, the 2018 Toyota 86 also has a standard advanced airbag system, which helps provide additional protection for all passengers. This system works perfectly with the body to deliver an excellent passive safety foundation.

2018 Toyota 86 Steering and Dash view.
2018 Toyota 86 Engine view.

2018 Toyota 86 Active Safety Features

To complement the 2018 Toyota 86’s passive features, there are several great active safety systems that are available. These systems include things like the Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) Track Mode, which allows you to approach the handling limits of the new 86 safely, with the VSC keeping you within your desired lane.

In addition to the VSC system, the 2018 Toyota 86 also has an available Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD) system and Brake Assist (BA) system, which provides additional safety support when on the road.

So, if you’re looking for a vehicle that has a wealth of safety features to offer, without sacrificing power, then look no further than the 2018 Toyota 86. It’s built on a legacy of performance and safety and is backed by decades of innovation and engineering. And though it hasn’t arrived here yet, you can learn more by contacting us at Lexington Toyota today!

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