2005 Toyota Celica
58,146 Miles
$9,750

Troy, NY
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2002 Toyota Celica
154,385 Miles
$4,991

Fayetteville, TN
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2000 Toyota Celica
208,612 Miles
$4,971

Bothell, WA
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1999 Toyota Celica
95,310 Miles
$7,450

Levittown, NY
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2001 Toyota Celica
168,224 Miles
$4,434

Athens, TX
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2005 Toyota Celica
139,207 Miles
$6,500

Fayetteville, AR
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2001 Toyota Celica
225,235 Miles
$2,000

Lino Lakes, MN
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2001 Toyota Celica
113,341 Miles
$5,997

Green Bay, WI
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2002 Toyota Celica
92,765 Miles
$5,988

Topeka, KS
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2001 Toyota Celica
183,579 Miles
$2,991

Schaumburg, IL
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2004 Toyota Celica
367,484 Miles
$4,955

Knoxville, TN
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2001 Toyota Celica
232,787 Miles
$5,985

Bloomfield, NJ
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2003 Toyota Celica
139,879 Miles
$7,995

Carson City, NV
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2000 Toyota Celica
108,131 Miles
$4,995

Rensselaer, NY
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2000 Toyota Celica
214,664 Miles
$3,999

West Seneca, NY
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1993 Toyota Celica
49,437 Miles
$6,194

Fairbanks, AK
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2001 Toyota Celica
125,438 Miles
$3,591

Greenville, SC
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2000 Toyota Celica
212,038 Miles
$4,090

Centennial, CO
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2002 Toyota Celica
179,601 Miles
$4,990

Shawano, WI
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2001 Toyota Celica
114,034 Miles
$4,851

Benton, AR
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Toyota Celica Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.6
Performance
4.0
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.3
Maintenance
4.5

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Toyota Celica Owner Ratings & Reviews

1997 Toyota Celica - I fell in love and still am

Riverview, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I fell in love with this car as soon as I saw it. I was actively looking for just this model and found it. I loved everything about it at the time and I still have it a love it. However, it is old now, and things are starting to need replaced and repaired, so I have to make a decision weather to put extra money into it or not. I have recently put in some money that I think is well worth it, although the car is 18 yrs. Old! It still runs very smooth and never strands me.
Title
I just loved driving this car and still do. I feel rich and powerful when I'm in my car, even today, as old as it is. When you love a car, you just feel good in it.
Pros
I loved the way it looked mostly. I love that it is a Toyota, first of all. Second, it is a low car, like a sports car, which is what I was looking for at the time. It had all the things I wanted and it has not let me down.
Cons
It sits very low to the ground, and I had another Celica years ago that gave me problems with that feature. The bottom of the car started to drop, like the whole chassis, right about the time I traded it in.

2000 Toyota Celica - Good first car

Mammoth, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
The Celica that I owned has been a great first car. I have had it in my ownership for about 5 years now and have never had a critical engine failure. However, it has recently become a bit of a money pit as a lot of the undercarriage components have degraded and are continually breaking. Though it is becoming more of a hassle, I blame the weather(and salt use) in my area for the poor condition of the undercarriage and think the build quality of the car is still great.
Title
I have always loved driving around the country with all of the windows wide open during cool summer nice and listening to the radio loudly.
Pros
It was very style, it hasn't had any severe issues in my experiences, it's sporty, has great performance.
Cons
The stock interior colors are pretty dull(light gray), the car is beginning to require numerous repairs at a lifespan of about 15 years.

1997 Toyota Celica - Efficient, Fast, Reliable

Goldenrod, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
I owned this vehicle for about 2 years. It was a solid performer from day one. I bought it used in 2013 with about 180,000 miles on it with a rebuilt engine. Paid all at once in cash to the previous owner. I will say that you even with that many miles on it, it still ran great. I put about another 100,000 miles on it for the two years I owned it. The car itself was very low to the ground which gave it amazing handling. That baby could take turns without even barely slowing down. Had excellent acceleration for a car with almost 200,000 miles. It was a 4cylinder 5 speed manual transmission. Very cost effective on gas and still had power when needed. I did a lot of work under the hood as Toyotas are great cars to modify. Not because of break downs but just to sup it up even more so to spe... (more)
Title
I loved to downshift when people would ride my tailgate, nothing like looking at the confused look on people face when the car would rapidly decelerate and no brake lights, that teaches them every time. And the Celica is a great car for a manual transmission.
Pros
Excellent on gas without loss of power. It came pretty low to the ground stock without any modifications and the wheel size play was a great factor. I ended up putting some pretty big tires on it and still had full turn radius without modifying the wheel wells. Also that car is built extremely sturdy and could take a beating for a compact car which is rare. Still ran excellent with over 200,000 miles and I firmly believe I could have gotten at least 350,000 miles out of it if it were not for the accident.
Cons
The only negative I would say is the electrical harness for the radio had to be rewired but that is merely because of the age of the car, pretty sure that would happen with any automobile.