2005 Toyota Celica
118,718 Miles
$9,250

Kingsport, TN
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2003 Toyota Celica
201,205 Miles
$3,800

Bartlesville, OK
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2003 Toyota Celica
92,292 Miles
$5,995

Ewing, NJ
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2002 Toyota Celica
$4,991

Broken Arrow, OK
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1999 Toyota Celica
95,310 Miles
$7,999

Levittown, NY
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2001 Toyota Celica
142,000 Miles
$4,950

North Canton, OH
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2001 Toyota Celica
81,841 Miles
$7,986

Cheyenne, WY
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1996 Toyota Celica
198,398 Miles
$2,999

St Cloud, MN
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2004 Toyota Celica
135,621 Miles
$4,988

New Hudson, MI
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2000 Toyota Celica
214,664 Miles
$3,999

West Seneca, NY
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1982 Toyota Celica
24,741 Miles
$9,995

St Charles, IL
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2000 Toyota Celica
149,876 Miles
$2,375

West Bend, WI
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2002 Toyota Celica
128,692 Miles
$4,995

Columbus, IN
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2002 Toyota Celica
81,990 Miles
$6,999

Elmhurst, IL
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2000 Toyota Celica
153,812 Miles
$2,595

Greenville, SC
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1999 Toyota Celica
139,345 Miles
$5,998

Bluffton, SC
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2002 Toyota Celica
53,130 Miles
$7,995

Cuyahoga Falls, OH
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2003 Toyota Celica
139,879 Miles
$6,495

Carson City, NV
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2003 Toyota Celica
138,566 Miles
$4,570

Ballwin, MO
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Toyota Celica Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.6
Performance
4.1
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.4
Maintenance
4.5

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Toyota Celica Owner Ratings & Reviews

2000 Toyota Celica - Great Looking and Lasting Coupe

Atlanta, Georgia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I have enjoyed my car a lot since I got it at the age of 16. It is a blast to drive and looks good doing it. It is the perfect size for me and fits me really well. When I first go it I received compliments and till this day I still receive compliments. The car was well made the craftsmanship has stayed true throughout the years. There are only little things I dislike about the car and they are negligent compared to all the positives the car has offered. It has been a super reliable car and I have developed a personal relationship with it.
Story
I remember when my parents first brought the car home and I stared out the house window in disbelief. I remember moving from Virginia and driving the car to Atlanta, GA with no issues. I also remember scores of friends and especially girls who I have had in the car over the years, so many memories.
Pros
My car has unbelievable reliability. For the 10+ years I have owned the car it's only once broke down and even then it was just a minor part that I fixed. I have yet to pay for any costly repairs. Outside of the reliability I absolutely love the looks of the car. At fourteen years old it still looks fantastic and does not look dated at all. I also like the size of the car and how well it turns. It really hugs the turns. Lastly it gets pretty good gas mileage.
Cons
Over the years the car has developed some rattles I can't seem to get rid of. It also is a hard car to work on due to its small size. There is very little room in the engine bay and maintenance is a pain because of that. Also the headlights and sunroof are made of inferior materials that I had to replace at least once. Lastly the car could use a little bit more horsepower and torque.

2001 Toyota Celica - Best Vehicle ever!

Baldwinsville, New York
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I like everything about this vehicle. It looks great, it runs great, it is mechanically sound, and it is very reliable. I have not had to put a bunch of money into it and I trust it completely. The only thing I dislike is that it is not good in the snow. I even bought snow tires for it and still I do not feel comfortable. Luckily we have 2 other vehicles to drive in the winter so it stays in the garage most of the time in the winter.
Story
I remember finding a coffee table and a 3 tier antique table at a local thrift store that I just had to have. So I bought them and dragged them out into the parking lot. It must have taken me 45 minutes to get them in the car! Good thing I had the sun roof because one of the legs of the table was sticking out of the sun roof! I had to share the picture with friends and family.
Pros
I love the way the car looks, there is a lot of room in the car and it handles great. It hugs the curves and picks up speed quickly. There is plenty of room when you lift the hatch. When I was single and went to Home Depot I never had an issue fitting items in the back.
Cons
The only negative thing is the way it handles in the snow. I am lucky I have other vehicles to drive now but when I first got the car I was single and had to drive in the snow and it was awful! I ended getting a ride in with a friend until she passed away and then I will call in or take half a day.

2000 Toyota Celica - Time Tested

Vienna, West Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
I have owned this vehicle for 14 of the 16 years it has been around. In the past 14 years the Celica has withstood the test of time. The vehicle is very mechanically sound, only work that has been done to this car has been clutch replacement and a new starter. at 160,000 miles the Celica still runs great, has nice power and when the VVTI Engine kicks in it can still throw your head back with a burst of speed. This is still my daily driver car and I have no fear of it letting me down anytime soon.
Story
My favorite time in the car was being lost on curvy mountain back roads. Down shifting in the turns and accelerating out of the turns was such a blast.
Pros
The top pro of this car is longevity. With exception of a starter and the clutch, the vehicle has not had any failures at 16 years old and 160,000 miles. The VVTi engine runs great and still gives that extra boost. The vehicle also gives good gas mileage at around 34 mpg.
Cons
The cons of the Celica are few, but worth mentioning. First Toyota clutches are plain bad. I replaced the clutch with a factory clutch at 30,000 miles and again at 60,000 miles, after that I went aftermarket and have over 100,000 miles on it. The road noise is also a complaint. It is a very loud ride that gets old on long trips. The last is the paint. Sadly the body of the car has not given the same longevity that the items under the hood has. after 16 years it is ready for a paint job.