This is my second racing car. After my CRX I wanted something a little bit bigger with more room in the engine bay. I was floored by the quality for the price. The only negative is that finding performance parts like coilovers is nearly impossible, although it is a dream to work on this car under the hood. I do hate the setup of the cup tray because its a hassle when shifting so I removed it to place a equalizer in its compartment. Simple improvement is tune up the car with high end filters spark plugs and wires. also get better ratio pulleys. First thing I did was new radiator and injectors adding a cold air intake.
I love my 93 Toyota Celica GT. It's
so fun to drive and I got it for a
very decent price. It's the perfect
sport car for anyone who loves to
drive a nice car. Celicas are
affordable, reliable and so fun! Not
only that but Celicas look awesome.
Fix them up a little and they're VERY
FAST! I'd recomend the Celica to
anyone who wants a small car. Not for
hauling people around though.
I bought my GT coupe 2-door, two years
ago, but the car was recently
totalled. Not a bad car, but I think
there are better cars. I always liked
the brakes. Interior was pleasing.
The seat became uncomfortable before
it was totalled(I was rear-ended). I
am 6'6 believe it or not. It will fit
two adults up front, but can be
cramped in the rear.
I've had my Celica for about 9 years now, and I've driven it across country twice. All the customizations and upgrades I did to the car (including a new fuel injection chip, air intake, and alloy rims) went in perfectly. I haven't had a single unscheduled maintenance or repair in the entire time I've owned the car. My girlfriend has a brand new Yaris, and my 17-year-old Celica still routinely beats her car in gas mileage, usually around 29-31 mpg, which is 2-5 better than the Yaris. Finally, at 17, the car's exterior is starting to show its age with some clear coat peeling and a few dings from use. The interior is aging even slower. Mechanically, it drives like new.