by Brett on Jul 11, 2006 Vehicle: 1991 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
This was my first car, which I bought in 1994 with 81,000 miles. I drove the car until 2005 with 232,000 miles. The vehicle is truly remarkable. The car never had a drivetrain issue, and handles and rides very well. I always felt comfortable and in complete contol behind the wheel. The car has excellent design matched with great overall quality. I have yet to find a suitable replacement. Highly recommended.
by josey on Jun 14, 2005 Vehicle: 1991 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
At 235,000 miles my car is still going strong. I have replaced the clutch and a few new sets of tires and regular oil changes and it still runs like new.. I would buy a new one in a minute and my husband and i are already thinking about it.. Very well thought out car.. Yes they may be a little more expensive than some cars but you always get what you pay for...
by Jackson on Jun 4, 2005 Vehicle: 1991 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
This car is incredible. I bought it from my aunt as my first car and she's given me no trouble at all (the car not my aunt). Gotta love the 5 speed and she's got some decent speed and great handling. 188,000 miles and still runnin strong. Minor flaws such as a cupholder that gets in the way of shifting and a crappy electric radio antenna. But nothing we can't live without. I love her dearly.
by Ryan M. on Mar 27, 2005 Vehicle: 1991 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
While it's technically a "sports car", it's not really that fast when compared to modern day cars of the same class. However, it has got to be one of the most beautiful cars I have ever seen and certainly looks speedy. Despite it's near perfect exterior design, the interior often feels cramped and the backseat is pretty much useless. Definitely a great car to own. It's wonderful handling capabilities make it a really easy car to control and is perfect for new drivers.
by prassi on Feb 23, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
145000 miles and still has a lot to
go.Very well engineered car, other than
one set of brake pads everything else
in the car is the original ones put in
the factory when assembled. Excellent
performance, reliability and economy.
My question is this: is a 1996 Celica Convertible, auto, 118k, an upgrade from my Eclipse with 88k on it? If the Toyotas are as maintenance-free as the Eclipse has been for me, I don't think it will b...
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