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1999 Toyota Celica Consumer Discussions

1999 Toyota Celica
new celica gts, but I also love the type r. I know...

then manager said the Town Hall was gone. The Celica forum is dead, for obvious reasons I guess, so I have not had much reason to be here these past few years. Now considering a new vehicle I will pr...

I am getting ready to shop for a pre-owned Celica. But, before I spend a ton of my precious time going from dealer to dealer and test driving these cars, I hoped you experienced Celica buyers could gi...

1990-1993 Toyota Celica...finally it starts to somewhat look like the 2012 Celica...

I'm a celica GT owner and of course one of the main reasons for purchasing the celica is for it's dynamic design and look, totally unique and stylish as well as sporty looking, but that's if you are l...

models in mind. These are the ECHO, Corolla, Celica, Camry (redesign), Solara, RAV4 and Matrix (2003). The ECHO, Matrix and Corolla would be loaded. Celica, RAV4 would be moderately loaded while the ...

I am surprised that Toyota ever introduced such a dirty engine as the 2ZZ, given that the writing was well and truly on the wall in 1999. But man! Is it ever fun to drive. I have driven the celica and...

• Celica 4 cylinder from 1997-1999,...

Hi. My wife currently drives a 1997 Camry V6 XLE that we bought 2 years ago, and so far it's been a great car. I drive a 1983 Celica GT with 253,000 miles on it and I can't seem to kill this vehicle...

Compared To: 89 Toyota Truck, 91 Celica GTS...

Major is right! The 2003 Tiburon is a replica of the 1993.5-1998 Supra. What a crime! Something so great shouldn't be copied so shamefully! The current Tiburon looks like the 1994-1999 Celica alon...
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