The need for speed: To hear most car magazines tell it, the only thing that matters is more of it. But speed alone doesn't make for the ideal driving experience in a convertible. What does? Looks, handling, looks, assembly quality, looks -- well, you get the picture. Looks are everything in a droptop. Besides, you won't be driving fast anyway. Once you take in the 1997 Toyota Cel... Read full review for the 1997 Toyota Celica
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The Toyota Celica GT Convertible does everything a car needs to: commuting, groceries, carpool, and, of course, fun top down motoring. On top of that, it's backed by Toyota reliability that will keep ... Read Full Review
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