One of the oldest model names in Toyotas lineup has a new look aimed at younger buyers and a potent new engine for the GT-S model.The first Celica model appeared in the United States in 1971, which makes this the second-longest running model in Toyotas stable after the Corolla, which... Read Full Report
The official start of summer is little more than a week away, and , with it, one's head turns to thoughts of blasting down a twisting, turning road in a tight little sports car. May I recommend the Toyota Celica? Just reaching showrooms is the all-new 2000 model, whose resemblance to the previous, sixth-generation model is purely coincidental. The 1999 Celica was handsome and rounded,... Read full review for the 2000 Toyota Celica
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I drove my brand new 2001 Toyota Celica from the dealer with 2 miles on it and I driven my car until she was 225,000 miles... and hand it to my younger brother. Sad to let her go but I needed a bigger... Read Full Review
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