1994 Toyota Celica Overview

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Avg. Price: $4,187
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1995 Toyota Celica Gt Hatchback, 5 Speed by jbarter04579
 — I bought the car in November of 2007 from my aunt. Performance-->accelerates pretty well, baking is amazing and so is the handling, will handle better than a Subaru WRX STI if driven right :D. Build ... Read More
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 — Performance is extreme much quicker than the new skyline, a 350z or a WRX as I have raced all of these and beaten them by more than a car length. I can keep up with an Audi R8 but only just. The bui... Read More
Toyota Celica St202 Gt by Jonas
 — This car is god looking, great performance. And can very easily transform into a VERY cool racecar.. TRD (Toyota Racing Development) have made som serious cool stuff for this car, some things are ... Read More

1994 Toyota Celica Overview

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1994 Toyota Celica

Toyota launched the sixth generation of the Celica with the 1994 model, which was a different animal from the previous version. The 1994 Celica was sleeker, more aggressive-looking, and more streamlined, with a bullet-like shape and quad headlights. Toyota streamlined the lineup, doing away with the convertible and the All-Track hatchback. Toyota also suspended the GT-S model, but replaced it with an optional sports package on the GT hatchback.

The 1994 Toyota Celica came in two body styles, the coupe and the hatchback, both of which came in the ST and GT trim levels. The ST got a slight engine upgrade, to a 1.8-liter with 110 horses, but the GT engine remained the same at 2.2 liters and 130 horsepower. Fuel economy was about 26-34 mpg.

The new look proved very popular with drivers, who even today say they like it better than anything out there now. Drivers like the way the 1995 Celica handles around corners and at high speeds, but many say they wish it had more power. Another complaint is that the car is too loud.

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Toyota Celica Questions

Zack Allison
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I Have 94 Toyota Celica Gt. I Want Drop The Turboed Mr2 2.2l Motor And Tran...

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Vince0475
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Swapping Out Engines

I have a '94 Celica that I am rebuilding from the ground up. I would love to replace the 1.8 with a 6 cylinder. Has anyone done this? Also I want to go from auto to manual. This is all after the bod...

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DJKevO
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How To Retime The Timing On My Engine?

I have been driving my 1994 toyota celica for about a year and a half now since I bought it and I have had one accident with it but it was only physical damage and from the crash my water pump cracke...

578 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
Lukasz Toczek
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Toyota Celica Tires

i have a 1994 toyota celica gt hatchback and the tires i have on there right now and the stock tires are 205/55/15 but would 195/60/15 work??

252 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
Leslie Michelle
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Why Won't My 92 Toyota Celiac Starts Up But Engage Is It The Trainsmission

Ok so my 92 celiac was leaking transmission fluid so I replaced a bad seal now it starts up but won't engage is my transmission burnt up or something please help

150 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)