by Dawn on Sep 30, 2010 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
I've been driving this car for over two years now and it is still going strong with over 291K miles. I probably put in about $500 altogether in repairs within the past two years. It's a VERY reliable car. Just a little slippery in the snow. I would recommend a Toyota to Anyone!
by trd-celi-guy on Nov 26, 2006 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
I have now owned my 1992 Celica GT for 5 months. It has 210,000 miles on it and shows no signs of slowing down. I had the timing belt replaced as a precaution and performed a tune up when I first bought the car. No other work has been neccessary on the car except for several oil changes. I like to baby this car and have made several modifications but none of it was neccessary. These cars are known for their great handling, fuel economy and reliability. They also have good low end torque and acceleration. 135 HP and 145 Torque is stock specs. Toyota has found an excellent combination of performance, reliability, practicality, styling and cost with the Celica.
by celica racer 05 on Jul 7, 2006 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
This car has provided me with a great first car experience and I totally love this car. It has lots of power to it and is comfotable to drive. However it is a little bit noisy, meaning road noise. But overall I would recommend this car to anybody. Toyotas are very reliable.
by Shawn Davis on Aug 7, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
I bought this car using the autotrader
website with 74k on it in March
of '02. 2 . years later no
problems.The arries the legendary and
very reliable 2.2L I-4 used in the
Camrys. This engine in this little
sports car really gets it moving
through all the gears which shift
smoothly with the hydrolic clutch. It
has a very solid highway feel and
cornering is a dream. The variable-
assist power steering gives it a solid
feel when cruising country roads. The
car sits very low and is not designed
for anyone over 5'10", especially with
the sunroof. The controls are easily
by Muss287 on Jan 15, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
Purchased new; Have kept up on all
maintenance and only 2 problems in 11
years: approx 1995 AC recall (covered
by Toyota) and the mechanism in trunk
which allows it to remain in the open
position broke (@ 110,000mi) The result
was $1,100 in repair costs because it
caused the hinge to break and it bent
the frame of the trunk itself.
Otherwise, GREAT CAR! I commute over
50 mi/day and am completely confident
in this vehichle.
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