by TPL on Jul 31, 2010 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT-S 2dr Hatchback
I've owned 3 5th generation Celica's over the years ranging from a 1990 ST to a 93 GT-S. My GT-S has 257,700 mile on the original motor. The original transmission and original clutch had to be replaced at 243,000 miles. Fuel mileage isn't great, 22-26 mile per gallon, but the ST model with the 1.6 liter gives nearly 40+ on a trip. I plan to keep the GT-S until she dies.
by Mike on Nov 8, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT-S 2dr Hatchback
I bought my GT-s with 5 miles on it, and sold it with 140k miles. Other then normal wear and tear it worked wonderfully. Major costs come from the typical timing belt replacement, to replacing a gasket seal between the engine and the transmission which the dealer had to fix. The power antenna also stopped extending itself, but it didn't distract from the overall appearance permanently extended....
by Arvin Dharmawi on Jul 5, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica All-Trac 2dr Hatchback AWD
The Celica All-trac Turbo is a very awesome car. Since it's a road version of car that created for World Rally Championship, the body is solid, the chassis is stiff, and drivetrain is very strong. Build quality is impressive. The interior is luxury with Leather and System 10 Premium Sound. The 3S-GTE engine with CT26 turbocharger delivers mighty power and torque between 3000 - 6000 rpm, although noisy, had little turbo lag, and lack of punch below 2700 rpm. This sports car is practical, with Liftback style and folding rear seat, cargo space is spacious. Problems: Overheating, Power Antenna, Loose Bearing, AC Compressor. Some parts are expensive. GT-Four (All-trac) is The Best Celica.
by gtfour21 on Sep 9, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica All-Trac 2dr Hatchback AWD
Great looking, solid handling, precise
and communicative steering, high
performance, excellent braking, loaded
features. The Celica All-trac Turbo
ST185 is an awesome car. This road
version comes luxury with cruise,
leather, sunroof, System 10 Premium
Sound System. It's also practical
sports car. This is the road version
of the World Rally Champions.
by Dave R on Sep 18, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT-S 2dr Hatchback
This Celica was a roomy, comfortable and
fine handling car with more than enough
power for any normal situation. Too bad
Toyota downsized the model into an
overpriced Corolla-sized parody.
In over 9 years the only fault was poor
quality shocks that should have lasted
by zorro on Aug 29, 2002 Vehicle: 1993 Toyota Celica GT 2dr Hatchback
what a trooper!! these cars are great
and most importantly...reliable! i
have not once had any sort of problem
with my celica. fast fun and cheap.
good lookin too. i dont think you can
get a better looking car for $5,000 -
$6,000. i reccomend them to anyone!
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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