1995 Toyota Celica Overview

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Trims

GT Convertible
8 national listings
GT Coupe
GT Hatchback
3 national listings
ST Coupe
1 national listing
ST Hatchback
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4.55 stars

Based on 23 reviews

Me And Blue Bombshell by Michael
 — What is there to say about my Blue Bombshell? Well, I will begin with firest impressions. The Celica has always been one of the best looking J Coupes, in 94 it became truely beautiful. The first time ... Read More
1995 Toyota Celica Gt by Anne
 — This car was so much fun to own, and I still miss it! I had a manual tranny, and it had a lot of power. It had leather seats and a two toned interior, which was nice, although the seat supports were b... Read More
6gc Convertible by Cody
 — Performance - 130HP 145FT/LBS. Fantastic acceleration especially when you live on a road that is 55 mph. Passing on a highway, no need for down shifting. I have not felt any body flex from my conve... Read More

1995 Toyota Celica Overview

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1995 Toyota Celica

The 1995 Toyota Celica saw the return of the convertible, which was built off the GT couple.

In addition to the convertible GT, the 1995 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 had a 1.8-liter, 110-horsepower engine, and the GT engine stuck with the same fifth generation engine at 2.2 liters and 130 horsepower. Fuel economy was about 26-34 mpg.

Drivers of the 1995 Toyota Celica adore the looks of the car and say they get many compliments even ten years after it was produced. Many drivers find the car uncomfortable for larger people, especially in the back seat, and there are a lot of complaints about the lack of power, especially in the ST model. But some owners believe with a few mods this car can become faster than a BMW M3.

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Toyota Celica Questions

Anthony Cunningham
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No Key For Trunk Latch Doesn't Work... How Do I Open It?

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Speedometer Is Going Crazy So The Engine Starts Shifting Out Of Tune.

My speedometer started going crazy and when that happened the engine started shifting out of tune.I already replaced the shift solenoids what else could it be?

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LibraLibra
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What Are The Different Types, Size And Years Of Engine Will Fit Into My 199...

Also if anyone knows were to buy an engine of that sort (turbocharged would be pretty great.) Please let me know.

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I Have A 1995 Toyota Celica With A 1.8l Engine (i'm Almost Positive It's An...

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Howl95
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Windows And Auto Lock Button Dont Work?

Whhat could be the problem? 1995 Celica and everything is in great shape. Jut this morning though the power windows and auto lock have become useless. The only auto lock that works is on the passnger ...

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