2004 Toyota Celica GT Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
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Built from a completely different era, the Celica proved that Toyota did in
fact once place driving fun as a top priority within their line-up. Even
with the engine from a Corolla, the sport coupe's feathery curb weight,
sharp steering, and crisp 5-speed transmission made for an incredibly fun
vehicle. Only a cramped interior, high levels of noise, and a general lack
of features kept the Celica off the short list of most buyers.
1988 Celica All-Trac Turbo, ST-205 swap accel.
i was going easy on the car. just a light pull to 80. it's an 88 all-trac
turbo with a rev 3 3S-GTE out of the
front clip of a 1998 ST-205. basically stock, open cat, hks bov, stage 3
comp clutch, short ram and a MINE's ecu. Boost is only at 9psi.
S2000 vs SRT-4
Bolt-on s2000 with gears takes on an '04 SRT-4 with a bunch of bolt-ons
RCR Short: 2005 Toyota Celica GT
Cory came to one of our shoots but be didn't have time to do a full review
of his Celica. I didn't want him to go home with nothing. We took a drive
down the highway and back in his Celica GT Tsunami Edition. Cory has a nice
collection back where he lives. Cory and his toys will return in future
Regular Car Reviews: 2000 Toyota Celica GTS
This is the 7th generation, so it runs on the T230 platform with the
Front-engine, Front-wheel-drive layout, using an engine similar to the one
that powered the MR2 Spyder, which adds a certain poetry, since this ended
up dying the same year as the MR2: In July 2004, poor sales forced Toyota
to announce that the Celica and the MR2 would be discontinued in North
America at the end of the 2005 model year. Of course, I'm not entirely sure
its death is necessarily the fault of the car itself, so much as the
economy surrounding it.