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Toyota Celica

The Celica was one of the cars in the Toyota lineup as a make. Its popularity is likely due to it Toyota’s entry-level sport making the sporty car available to the man. The Celica saw several between the 1970s and the early including several drivetrains and body changes.

The Celica as an import in 1971. The car was discontinued in

About the Toyota Celica

The Celica is known for different and weaknesses depending on the period in is was built. The earliest Celica was a looking vehicle with doors and a mediocre engine. from the 1980s were more powerful, but the design of the suffered. The recent Celica from 2000 and later sportiness and power back.

Toyota Celica Features

The Celica models have a design that may appeal to car enthusiasts. The hatchback-like design is yet appealing. However, the weaker may fail to elicit excitement. It is rare to find the earliest models mainly because were imports assembled in

The fifth generation Celica ran 1990 and 1993, which was one of the Celica models widely in the international market and was largely on its predecessor. The fifth generation had the parts and trim lines the ST Coupe, GT Coupe, GT Hatchback, and Turbo hatchback. A five-speed transmission was standard and a four-speed was made optional, except for on the where the automatic was standard. All of the generation models were a facelift in 1992. Standard on the inside of the vehicle was improved.

The ST Coupe model had a 1.6-liter The engine barely made it at all as it produced a paltry 103 horsepower. The GT and were slightly improved a 2.2-liter engine producing 130 to 135 hp. The was a large vehicle, weighing too for the small engines it was given. The was the All-Trac Turbo that 200 horsepower produced by a 2.0-liter The All-Trac could accelerate zero to 60 in seven seconds.

Toyota Celica Evolution

Big to the vehicle were made in the generation that ran between and 1999. The chassis was heavier, and the were smaller, making the generation one of the weakest in the Celica Coupe and hatchback body were available in ST and GT trim. A GT was introduced in the second year of the A five-speed manual and a four-speed were available on all of the cars in the

The ST of the sixth generation had nothing than a 1.8-liter 110-horsepower and struggled to maintain any kind of with the heavy chassis. The GT had a improved 2.2-liter, 135 horsepower The hatchback models also had a tuned suspension that it better handling than the trim lines.

The Celica in the seventh generation that between 2000 and 2005. New and a lighter chassis were for a large upswing in performance The price was lowered as well, this one of the cheapest and best Celica models.

The GT and GTS were the standard trim The GT was the base model. It boasted a engine with 140 horsepower. manual was available as well as an four-speed automatic. The GT-S had a 1.8-liter, but it was capable of producing 180 making the lighter frame of the move substantially faster previous models. A double rear suspension and a powerful system improved the handling as

The interior of the vehicle was not as grand as one expect though. The back were painfully small. out the back window was also At least the front seats comfortable. An Action Pack was in 2002 that presented further conveniences, and a 2003 package with JLB speakers was available.

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