Going from a 1999 Audi A4 2.8 Quattro,
to a 2000 Jeep Wrangler SE, then to
the 2000 Celica GTS brings lessons
learned in car types, engineering, and
In a nutshell, the Celica GTS blends
80% Luxury, 90% Performance, 75%
Utility, and 95% Economy into one good
Only complaint: Toyota engineered the
Celica GTS to travel at either 65 or
75, but not 70 MPH on highway roads.
At about 3100 RPM, the exhaust howls,
making a 6 hour trip rather tiring.
City driving with a mix of highway
travel brings roughly 27 miles per
gallon at the pump. Much better than
my 21 in the A4 and 16.5 in the
Soft Leather Interior
Loud and Clear Stereo
Great Fuel Economy
Short Shift 6-Speed Transmission
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