5. Toyota 86
What began its life as the last Scion sports car has morphed into a Toyota. Sadly, the 86 hasn’t seen a real update in years. The only Toyota sportscar to share its sheet metal with a Subaru, the 86 left enthusiasts with high expectations. The car is satisfying to drive and it offers exceptional rear-wheel-drive performance. Designwise, though, the 86 is showing its age, with not much being changed from the Scion version of the car. The interior is cramped like you’d expect and the infotainment center is outdated as many of the current Toyota models.
The 86 commands a premium price tag for something that is quickly becoming outclassed. Toyota has not announced a redesign of the 86 yet as the Supra has already been on the market. Likewise, the Supra has been critically panned as well. Still, if you must have a Toyota sports car, the 86 will have a loyal fanbase of Toyota enthusiasts.