The Celica GT should be driven with a 5-
speed (any car, really) to get the most
out of it. The car has been very
reliable and I am pleased it is still
(now 192,000 miles) running strong
considering it is a sporty coupe with
manual gearbox. Interior space sucks
and gets annoying after awhile. I had
many problems with the a/c which never
really worked. The engine is solid.
Also, the car tends to hydroplane more
than others. Overall, a fun car if
maybe now outdated in performance. It
still looks good though.
sporty cockpit, handling, passing
power on highway (with 5spd!)
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