Two weeks ago, I was driving a '97
corolla. It is slow and ugly and lacks
the decent luxury features (intermitent
wiper, didn't even come with a tape
player - only radio, etc).
Last weekend, my dad gave me a Celica.
The car is a joy to drive. The only bad
things about the car is the torque
numbers and the lack of a rear seat.
What's good? Everything else.
The styling is bold and sexy. It
definitely attracts attention.
8000rpm redline :)
I don't think Toyota can improve the
Celica without changing major things.
One, the torque numbers are limited by
the displacement. Two, a 2+2 sports
coupe isn't meant to have a rear seat.
I don't there that you can do anything
about the rear visibility.
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