Looking for a Used Celica in your area?
CarGurus has 472 nationwide Celica listings starting at $1,495.
Average User Score
4.4 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 5 reviews
1976 Toyota Celica Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 5 reviews
The 1976 Toyota Celica got a new addition to its lineup: the Celica hatchback. It was marketed as a "sports-touring car," with the hatchback offering more trunk room than the coupe. The Celica coupes got a larger wheelbase for 1976,
The new hatchback came as a GT, which offered sporty handling, upgrading interior finishes, and distinguishing body features like racing stripes and chrome-trimmed wheels. The coupe came in the base ST as well as the GT trim levels. The 1976 Celica had a 2.2-liter, four-cylinder engine.
Consumers had been demanding a Celica hatchback, so once it was introduced it proved to be very popular. The 1976 Celica was awarded Motor Trend's Import Car of the Year.
What's your take on the 1976 Toyota Celica?
Looking for a Used Celica in your area?CarGurus has 472 nationwide Celica listings starting at $1,495.
Toyota Celica Questions
I Have A 1976 Toyota Celica Gt Liftback And Lost My Key. Car Is In Storage....
1976 Toyota Gt Liftback in storage many years. Lost my key. Was told to remove passenger door panel to get a key code? Any easier way? Thanks
Looking For Color Code Of 1976 Celica Gt Liftback
I had this car in high school and have found a similar one I'm restoring. I would like to paint it the same color of my old car which was a mustard yellow. Can anyone help me find the correct code o...
Looking For A 1976 Toyota Celica St
I'm really interested in buying a 1976 Toyota Celica GT or ST. If you know of one for sale not far from or in Columbus, OH, I'm very interested. Thanks
Fuel Sending Unit
I have a '76 celica that the fuel send unit is bad. Does anyonr know where I might faind a replacement new or used? Scott
Where Can I Find The Courtesy Lights ? (the One Located On The Front Corner...
I own a Toyota Celica 1976 and need to find the Courtesy light that goes on the very corner of the front side of the car.