Toyota Celica Standard Reviews
Product Type: Toyota cars
Newest Review: ... driver's door, the build quality is apparent: solid, frameless doors that close with a reassuring thud. A well appointed ... more
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Customer Toyota Celica Standard Reviews (11)
by - written on 25/06/11 (Very useful, 1621 readings)
Toyota Celica 1.8 VVTI 140bhp INTRODUCTION These new Iphones present a certain danger to ones financial health nowadays due to the fact that the owner has the potential to walk around with a lot more than just a phone in his or her pocket. For example, I have apps such as Ebay, Amazon, Play.com, The Lotto and Just Eat on my Iphone which are all readily available at any time of the day or night wherever I might be. It was one day last year that I sat at home bored and decided to take a look in the "apps store" on my Iphone. Whilst browsing I suddenly stumbled across an app for Autotrader and immediately downloaded it. Three weeks later I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/09 (Very useful, 873 readings)
Toyota Celica VVTi (variable valve timing) 2000- 2005 is the seventh generation of Celica's. I bought my second hand black car in 2002 for £11000. On an average you can buy the second hand cars now for £6500-I think it's still one of the best looking mid range cars. Its performance is outstanding and drives brilliantly. Specifications- It is a 2 door hatch back coupe and comes in 2 trims- GT and GTS. Its engine size is 1.8 litre with the horsepower of 140bhp. It has 6 gears and mine is a manual car with front wheel drive. Its goes from 0 to 60 mph in 8.7 seconds and not too great when starting from 1st gear in signals. Its top speed is 127 mph and I have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/01, updated on 17/04/01 (Very useful, 1150 readings)
After carefully considering the options I decided that the trusty Passat 1.8T had to go in favour of a smaller, sportier car. Not that I’ve been un-happy with the old VW - It was comfortable, reliable, and for its size, economical, but I no longer had a need for a car that was at it’s best on long motorway journeys. I was after something that would be a pleasure to drive on the twisty stuff. I read the motor magazines and narrowed down my choices to the Audi TT or the Toyota Celica. The Audi was tempting me as I hoped that it would share many of the virtues of the VW. However, even the cheapest TT Coupe was £4K more than the most expensive Celica, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/05 (Useful, 8992 readings)
After my gorgeous Alfa 156 blew up on the M6 I had to get something else with similair qualities ....but reliable! So ... I bought an early 2003 Celica 1.8 VVTi from Culvers in Stockport (excellent experience) with 14K miles on the clock. That was 14 months & a big 36,000 miles ago, mainly motorway driving. Happy to report it is totally reliably and has never let me down. Like the Alfa, and unlike many Euro-box vanilla saloons / MPV's I could have gone for, it's the sort of car you actually look forward to driving. Great looks, superb handling, super-smooth on motorways, very comfortable over long distances & OK economy. Add the boring bits ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/10 (Useful, 250 readings)
I recently decided to stop buying new small cars and went down a few years and up a few horsepower. My 2000 Celica, standard model has been on the road a few months with me now and I've discovered a few quirks, but also a few thousand miles of trouble free driving. Firstly, changing headlights on this model is NOT easy. It involves removing both battery and coolant tank, taking a lot more time and elbow grease than any car I've previously owned. Secondly, not many stockists keep Celica parts in stock, meaning a wait of at least a day to get your parts. And, as anyone thinking of buying this model needs to know before a test drive, it is ... Read the complete review
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