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  • 274,563 miles
    No accidents, 6 Owners, Corporate fleet vehicle
    4cyl Manual
    Tommy Nix Auto Group (788 mi away)
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    Located in Tahlequah, OK / 788 miles away from Charlotte, NC

    Check out Tommy Nix's Red 2001 Toyota Celica GT. Tommy Nix Auto Group is a local family owned and operated FULL-SERVICE Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Je...

    AutoCheck Vehicle History Summary

    Accident Free Vehicle: Yes

    Personal Use Only: No

    History Provider: AutoCheck

    Title Details: Clean Title

    Salvage Vehicle: No

    Frame Damage: No

    Theft History: No

    Lemon Status: No

    Free History Report: No

    Features and Specs:

    27 Combined MPG (24 City/30 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    VIN: JTDDR32T810110246
    Stock: 253627C
    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 05-03-2024

  • 209,131 miles
    2 Accidents, 5 Owners, Personal use
    4cyl Manual
    UGM Motors (2,043 mi away)
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    Located in Spokane Valley, WA / 2,043 miles away from Charlotte, NC

    UGM MOTORS Builder Program PRICES ARE NOT NEGOTIABLE! ALL SALES ARE FINAL!All the Builder vehicles are AS IS vehicles. All will need some kind of repa...

    AutoCheck Vehicle History Summary

    Accident Free Vehicle: No

    Personal Use Only: Yes

    History Provider: AutoCheck

    Title Details: Clean Title

    Salvage Vehicle: No

    Frame Damage: No

    Theft History: No

    Lemon Status: No

    Free History Report: No

    Features and Specs:

    27 Combined MPG (24 City/31 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    VIN: JTDDR32T3Y0028273
    Stock: 028273
    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 04-16-2024

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5 out of 5 stars

Perfect First Car for Teen Boy or Girl

Bricker Maxwell, 02/19/2024
1999 Toyota Celica
This is my first car, my grandparents handed it down to me over a year ago and it's been a solid car since. The reason I say it's a perfect first car is because for boys, it's a sports car that's rare to find in good condition and always turns heads when I drive it, people come up to me and compliment it or tell me they once drove it when they were younger. It demands attention, which is … rare for a cheap widely produced car. It's not very modifiable but it's modifiable enough for a teen boy to be happy with hands on with the car, which is something I believe every man or woman should be able to do. If you don't find modifying interesting, it's still a perfect car to maintain as it's a simple and solid car with a simple and solid engine. For me, it was fun switching all the lights to LED's and getting new tires and cleaning it up in places that are rarely cleaned. It's a simple, cheap, stylish first car. Every replacement part has been very cheap and easy to obtain and use. Due to the lack of driving aids like traction control, it builds a drivers skills to learn the road without the new and sometimes dangerous technology we have. The celicas steering demands a bit more strength than new cars but not very much. It's not the fastest car in the world but it feels fast for how low and weightless it is. You can get the adrenaline without having to go deep in the speedometer. The handling is just as fun, nothing crazy but enough to feel adrenaline without much danger. Some say it's cramped on long trips but with how low it is and how small it is, everything in the car is in reach so if you drop anything you can grab it and still have an eye on the road unlike larger cars, the gas mileage is much better than originally advertised and even when I drive it in high RPM all the time, it still gets good gas mileage. High RPM in the celicas 5SFE engine doesn't bother it at all, it lives in the higher RPM's, so full throttle gets the adrenaline and won't get you into the speeds a cop will pull you over, it's a win win, both wins for the driver. The only downside is it's really only a 2 seater cause nothing really fits in the back, but i never use it unless i have stuff to put there. Celicas will leak and burn oil somewhere but as long as you replace the oil, it'll last longer than any car on the road, except for a celica that gets it's oil changed more frequently. I've straight piped my car, given it a brand new air intake, gotten LED's, new tires, and several other new parts and it still runs the same, turns more heads, and is still worth a few thousand. It's a great first car for so many reasons. If a boy wants something sporty, get a celica, parts are cheap, mods are cheap, it'll gain attention if it's kept well, and it'll teach them about maintaining a car and how to find a car later in their life that's as reliable and worth buying like the celica, i've learned a lot about the Celica and it's made me want to upgrade it more and more. 10/10 car
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