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1995 Toyota Celica Convertible

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By Bob Remington
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1995 Toyota Celica Convertible GT 2dr Convertible


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We bought this car with 80,000 miles. That was in 2000. It is now 2008 and the the car has 164,000 . The only real expense we have put into this car is a new radiator ($130) , New tires, that's it. The top motor fizzed out because someone was hitting the switch while the top was latched, not a good idea. New convertible top motor was $600 per motor and I am currently experiencing a rear window motor problem that is very expensive to fix in the convertible series. Each rear motor is $400 via Toyota new.


Favorite Features

Being a convertible. Handling is way, way sporty. Really reliable car. Supportive seats (leather). Not bad in snow/rain. Nice looking car in white/ black top


Suggested Improvements

1995 convertible made after market in CA. They chopped off the tops. Only 400 made. Some parts are really expensive. $400 for 1 rear window motor and about $600 for 1 top motor. They should have put in a 2.2 Turbo in this model. It would have been lightening fast. Acceleration is acceptable


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Great Car!
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By Matt
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1995 Toyota Celica Convertible GT 2dr Convertible


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My fiancee and I found our dream car, a red 1995 Celica convertible with 69,000 miles, garaged all its life. This car was a great deal at just over $7500! A wonderful car. It has a beautiful design that turns heads. People ask if the car is new. The convertible is rare, with just 18,000 made from 1995-99, so is more exclusive than the dime-a-dozen BMW 3-series out there, less pretentious and way more reliable! At twelve years old, the car feels new, the paint's still shiny, the engine runs perfectly, and even the leather's in good shape. We only had to replace a sun visor, the 8" speakers (decomposed surrounds) and a console top, now this seems like a new 12 year old car.


Favorite Features

Power convertible top. Wonderful eight-speaker stereo (after replacing 8" drivers), exhaust note, strong A/C and heat let you keep the top down in cold/hot weather. Plenty of power, and enough space for luggage for a weekend trip for two. This is a great car to take to the beach, mountains, etc.


Suggested Improvements

Cup holder location is awkward, four small wear spots developed on the convertible top. Biggest problem is that this car is not in production so used ones will get harder to find.


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Excellent Car for a 10yr old car
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By Jay
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1995 Toyota Celica Convertible GT 2dr Convertible


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Drives like a dream. Excellent cornering ability and literally hugs the road. Suspension and ride are awesome. Gas mileage is 32mpg. Interior and seating is a little crammed.


Favorite Features

Ride, Suspension and fuel economy


Suggested Improvements

More comfortable seats.


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Would buy another
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By Cat
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1995 Toyota Celica Convertible GT 2dr Convertible


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The style is best I've seen for less than $100K -- I currently have $175,000 miles on mine and have just started some minor maintenance repairs. Well worth every penny!


Favorite Features

styling & the dashboard faces the driver -- as it should


Suggested Improvements

none


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A huge amount of fun for under 10K
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By I Lindner
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1995 Toyota Celica Convertible GT 2dr Convertible


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I wanted to get a fun car for my wife. She had driven a minivan for years.The car was meant to be a fun car that could occasionally take my 3 daughters along to the store. For a fun car it has to have a couple of things performance, great stereo, and handling. This car excels in all categories. I am amazed how much this car likes corners. The suspension is tight with a sport feel. The car shifts smoothly and with the 5 speed accelerates smoothly. It amazing to me that with all this performance it still gets the same gas milleage as my VTX1800 motorcycle. The design is solid and I can't imagine more fun for the money. I almost am reconsidering the motorcycle vs car thing.


Favorite Features

suspension, sound system, performance, back seat. Cruising with the top off is exhilarating.


Suggested Improvements

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