Porsche Boxster 981 2.7 265HP manual vs Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual

Porsche Boxster 981 2.7 265HP manual

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17 reasons for

Porsche Boxster 981, model available from 2012.
It has 2.7 265HP petrol engine produced from 2012.
Drive on the rear axle has manual, 6 speed gearbox.

4 reasons for

Toyota GT86, model available from 2012.
It has 2.0 Boxer 200HP petrol engine produced from 2012.
Drive has manual, 6 speed gearbox.

Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual
Porsche

17 reasons for Porsche Boxster 981 2.7 265KM manual in comparison to Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual

Reasons for
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Maximal power

265 > 200 hp
The Porsche Boxster 981 2.7 265HP manual is equipped with petrol which produce by 33 percent more horsepower than the Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual, giving the vehicle a more dynamic character. It seems to be better option to those who want to feel thrill of getting behind the wheel of a sports car.
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Maximal torque

278 > 203 Nm
Thanks to 75 Nm greater torque, the engine of the Porsche Boxster 981 distinctly better transmits power to the wheels than the Toyota GT86. This, in turn, have positive implications for acceleration.
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Acceleration 0-100 km/h

5.8 > 7.6 s
The Toyota GT86 can reach the speed of 100Km/h relatively slower in comparison to the Porsche Boxster 981. The difference in the amount of 1.8 s is is slightly to the Porsche advantage, however, it should not be strongly taken by you into consideration for choosing one of presented cars.
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Top speed

264 > 226 km/h
The maximum velocity possible to be reached by the Porsche is higher in comparison to this of the Toyota GT86 which allows to drive the same distance on the highway faster. The difference at the level of 17 % is not big and is imperceptible in daily driving.
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Maximal torque RPM

4,500 > 6,405 revolutions/minute
A wider range as well as a lower value of revolutions at which the maximum torque is delivered has an impact on an engine’s efficiency and flexibility. Still, to eliminate engines drawbacks like e.g. turbo lug, it is recommended to see a torque graph.
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Extra-urban consumption

6.3 > 6.4 l
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Width

1,804 > 1,780 mm
Width of a vehicle affects the amount of space for passengers as well as stability while driving. The width of the Porsche Boxster 981 is larger by 1 percent compared with the Toyota GT86 and is not really worth considering. The medium for the „sports cars” segment amounts to approximately 1,791 mm and is by 1 % smaller than the width of the Porsche Boxster 981.
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Range

780 > 641 km
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Fuel tank

65 > 51 l
The winner of this comparison in the aspect of fuel tank size is Porsche that is able to carry by 27 % more petrol in comparison to the Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual.
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Cylinders

6 > 4
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Urban range

561 > 481 km
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Extra-urban range

1,016 > 781 km
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Engine capacity

2,705 > 1,998 cc
The engine size of the Porsche Boxster 981 is by 35 percent greater than the Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual. In a consequence the Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual will be more fuel efficient, however, the engine of the Porsche Boxster 981 will be of better performance, running more smoothly and more durable.
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Length

4,374 > 4,241 mm
The Porsche is 133 mm longer than the Toyota GT86. Long vehicles more of passenger space and in most cases provide more storage space. While the Porsche Boxster 981 2.7 265HP manual occurs to be better for families or persons who value comfortable driving, the Toyota may appeal to the young as it will not make problems with parking and will be more maneuverable.
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Price range

sports > popular
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Maximal power RPM

6,700 > 7,000 revolutions/minute
0

Curb weight

1,313 > 1,241 kg

Toyota

4 reasons for Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200KM manual in comparison to Porsche Boxster 981 2.7 265HP manual

Reasons for
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Average consumption

7.8 > 8.4 l
The Toyota GT86 uses 0.6 l less in the combined cycle when compared to the Porsche Boxster 981. The difference at the level of 0.6 l is not significant. Nevertheless in the long run it would give a considerable reduction of costs.
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Urban consumption

10.4 > 11.3 l
The Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual consumes 8 percent fewer fuel running around the town in relation to the Porsche Boxster 981. The Toyota, which represents S class, burns up 3.1 l fewer petrol. Keep in mind that average fuel consumption in the urban for the sports cars segment is 13.5 l, while the Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual uses by 23 percent less fuel than the average.
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Wheelbase

2,560 > 2,475 mm
The Toyota GT86 has 3 percent longer wheelbase when compared to Porsche Boxster 981. Therefore the Toyota GT86 is more safe and has a better stability. Besides, longer wheelbase affects convenient and more comfortable riding.
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Height

1,285 > 1,281 mm
If you are a tall man or you happen to carry in the trunk stuffs of big size, the Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual, which is by 4 mm higher than the Porsche Boxster 981, would be better pick for you. However, presented cars do not vary much in its height and it should not be much observable.

Cars specifications

Porsche Boxster 981 2.7 265HP manual Toyota GT86 2.0 Boxer 200HP manual
    Price range sports popular
    Model release date 2012 2012
    Facelifting no no
    Code name 981 -
    Class S S
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