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1992 Toyota Celica Overview

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All-Trac Turbo AWD Hatchback
GT Convertible
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GT Coupe
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Avg. Price: $3,495
GT Hatchback
GT-S Hatchback
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Avg. Price: $4,250
ST Coupe
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Avg. Price: $3,748

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Best Car Ive Ever Owned by arrow47
 — Performance: Tops out at 126mph if you remove the little black box. It handles wonderfully around turns. It beats most cars that race on the highway. Build Quality: Ive taken this entire car apart ... Read More
Sexy! by Tajana
 — I am 18 and this is the first car that i've owned. i have completely fallen in love with it. it has 195,000 and i is still running strong. the rear rack is torn and it drinks power steering fluid like... Read More
Import Wide Body Gt4 by Paul
 — great performance and very hard accelerator up to silly top end speed, uprated brakes all round helps it stop on a penny but dosent have abs.mmmmm help handling is great as its 4w4 with tein coilovers... Read More

1992 Toyota Celica Overview

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1992 Toyota Celica

The 1992 Toyota Celica was mostly unchanged from the previous year, with the exception of some small tweaks to the front end and taillights and some small mechanical improvements.

The 1992 Toyota Celica was available in a variety of body styles and trim levels. The coupe was available as the ST, with a 1.6-liter, 103-horsepower engine; or the GT or GT-S, both of which had a 2.2-liter, 130-horsepower engine. The hatchback came as a GT or GT-S, and the convertible as a GT. The high-end model, the all-wheel-drive All-Trac, came with a 2.0-liter engine sporting 200 horsepower.

The car earns raves for its sporty look, which looks current even today, and its superb handling and cornering. Many drivers wish that it had a little more power, and most say that the back seats are too small to accommodate passengers on long trips. However, the driver's seat is rated as being extremely comfortable.

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Where Are The Parking Light Switch Located On A 1992 Toyota Celica?

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1992 Toyota Celica GT 2.0; right flip light assembly doesn't come up

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My Cruise Control Is No Longer Working. Help Me Diagnose Please!

I have a hunch it's a simple fuse problem, but I can't seem to find where this particular fuse box is. The manual didn't help at all either. The two I did find were in the engine compartment, but I'...

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