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
Reliability, low maintenance costs,
reasonable mileage, great road handling
Exterior styling was a bit dodgey, but
improved the next few years, until the
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