2005 Toyota Celica GTS 2dr Hatchback (1.8L 4cyl 4A)
Overall the exterior is daring and smooth line look of a sports car worth more than its price tag. The interior is the biggest draw back, cheap plastic sorrounds the driver taking away some its glamour. Accelaration is weak, but the turns are amazing. This 7th generation Celica is by far the best in its class but leaves ample room for future performance and quality improvements.
The seats are racing appealing, and the leather fits your body well.
Horsepower at least above the 200 mark for a stock version and a GTS version of at lest 260 would bring a more younger audience to dealears across the nation. Interior needs a better materials other than the cheap laughable plastic.
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