New and Used Toyota Celica: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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Toyota Celica

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The Toyota Celica includes a of compact sporty coupes and Sold through the 2005 year, the Celica offered performance, a relatively affordable and good fuel economy; and in its iteration it took on the likes of the GTI, Acura RSX, Eclipse, and the earlier Ford ST. Earlier on, it was a top rival to the Honda along with others the Ford Probe and Dodge

Through its nearly four (depending on the model year), the was offered in several different styles—liftback (hatchback) coupes; a coupe with a trunk; and a

Used-car shoppers will plenty of those last Celica Liftback models on the

Sold from the 2000 2005 model years, front-wheel-drive coupe was a bit lighter earlier Celicas (actually 2,500 pounds) and felt peppy with its 140-horsepower, four-cylinder engine. The five-speed was by far the best way to enjoy the charming, engine; a lot of Celicas were with a four-speed automatic but it takes away some of the While most will a great driving position, the cabin was tight for taller and the back seats weren’t all usable.

Those aiming for the most enjoyment in this last will want to focus in on the Celica GT-S. It instead is by a special 180-hp version of the with variable valve and more of a performance tune; a manual gearbox here make the most of it. At that the Celica’s handling and enthusiast-oriented were at a peak, although failed to meet expectations.

By 2005, the Celica had been down to two trims, with the GT including air conditioning, power a rear defogger, and a cassette/CD system. GT-S models power windows and locks, fog four-wheel disc brakes, wheels, a rear wiper/washer, and a sound system.

All six Celica prior to that most one can fit essentially into two groups: drive and front-wheel drive. 1971 all the way through 1985, the was a rear-wheel-drive coupe, with a for being very reliable not always the sharpest performer.

Beginning with the Celica’s to front-wheel drive, the model sharing some of its powertrain with the Camry and with the through the 1990s, the Celica heavier and more comfort-oriented. models have held the previous models’ strong for reliability and long-haul durability, they’re hardly sports

During some model through the 1990s, Toyota offered All-trac (four-wheel-drive) of the Celica; this wasn’t a system, rather one that help in foul weather (at the of fuel economy). In the 1990s, the Supra adopted a performance drive system and became a sports-car counterpart to the sporty

Today, the rear-wheel-drive, back-to-basics FR-S essentially picks up not those ’90s cars but that lighter, friskier Celica left off.

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