Used 1995 Toyota Celica Consumer Reviews

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I love this car, 09/20/2010
GT 2dr Convertible
4 of 4 people found this review helpful

Simply put, I love this car! I 0nly wish I could find another one. Zippy, 40+ mpg, 5 speed. Needs a new roof, the aforementioned wear spots developed and a new roof is in the future. Handles like a Porsche, looks beautiful and, well, I could go on and on. I'm always on the lookout for another one.

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See one? Buy one!

Bob Remington, 10/12/2008
GT 2dr Convertible
2 of 4 people found this review helpful

We bought this car with 80,000 miles. That was in 2000. It is now 2008 and the the car has 164,000 . The only real expense we have put into this car is a new radiator ($130) , New tires, that's it. The top motor fizzed out because someone was hitting the switch while the top was latched, not a good idea. New convertible top motor was $600 per motor and I am currently experiencing a rear window motor problem that is very expensive to fix in the convertible series. Each rear motor is $400 via Toyota new.

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Great little Sports Car $30k new.

jlodestone, 05/29/2012
GT 2dr Convertible
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

My daughter's car, but I get to maintain it and pay for repairs (we split costs) and drive it some. Not a really fast car, but holds the road really well and starts and runs really well. Mostly it is fun to drive and it gets about 35 mpg doing it.

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Ageless Celica

Jackie, 08/22/2010
GT 2dr Convertible
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

Bought my car locally as a gift to myself after I retired from law enforcement. Had just under 20,000 miles on it. Right now has about 35,000 miles. Top condition, no dents no dings. It's a summer time fun car up here in North Dakota. Everyone thinks its a new vehicle and surprised learn it's age. Only problem I have had was the ignition contacts. Fixed it and it runs like a charm. No intentions of ever selling it. Four year old great niece named it the Wind Roof!

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Would buy another

Cat, 06/28/2005
GT 2dr Convertible
1 of 1 people found this review helpful

The style is best I've seen for less than $100K -- I currently have $175,000 miles on mine and have just started some minor maintenance repairs. Well worth every penny!

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