by torpedo09 on Jul 20, 2006 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
I like the feel of the car when i am driving it, it seems so powerful. It's always fun to take a drive at night and watch all the people look at it in awe as I drive by. I just like the car in all ways, its awesome.
by shaun on Jun 25, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
i've had my celica for about a year and a half now and i love it! the curves of the body and the feel of the drive make it one of the best cars of the time. i've seen other cars in the same price range in 93 and i believe the celica is among the highest quality.
by dominicl on Jun 23, 2004 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
I have owned this car for the last six
years. A lot of fun to to drive. Great
breaks. The engine is quick of the
line but does leave one a little
wanting after 5000 RPM. Handles very
well too and is extremely durable. At
180,000 miles I am going strong and
hope to break 200,000. I would hate to
get rid of this car ... there a few
good replacements available. Maybe a
new Scion tC???
by E7 on Nov 2, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
I bought my GT coupe 2-door, two years
ago, but the car was recently
totalled. Not a bad car, but I think
there are better cars. I always liked
the brakes. Interior was pleasing.
The seat became uncomfortable before
it was totalled(I was rear-ended). I
am 6'6 believe it or not. It will fit
two adults up front, but can be
cramped in the rear.
by jdmac44 on Jul 26, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Coupe
The 5th generation Celica (90-93) is by
far the favorite car I've ever owned.
It has the most unique body design with
sensational curves and since there are
so few out there nowadays it becomes
even more appealing. To drive it is a
dream, I've never been in a car that
rode and handled so smoothly, there are
cars that "ride on rails" through tight
curves (but jerk you around), but this
cuts through as if it's on feathered
wings. The five speed is an absolute
must, I've driven an automatic and it
seemed a little anemic but with the
manual you just have to learn how to
find the powerband sweet spots and it
takes off like a slingshot; love that
The Corolla GT-S really did not have a replacement until the new Celica GT-S. The Paseo replaced the 2-door Corolla line in 1992 and it lasted until 1997. We all know that the paseo was not much of ...
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