1999 Toyota Celica Overview

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Trims

GT Convertible
Avg. Price: $5,381
GT Hatchback
Avg. Price: $4,792

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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 4 reviews

Pros N Cons by Martin
 — My celica turns everyones heads and cant fault the looks,also getting 190 bhp out of a 1800cc without a turbo is typical japanese genius! the car does suffer from understeer specially wen hitting the ... Read More
Awesome by Aerl
 — love, perfect condition, its a toyota how can it not be good quality, about 10000 in performance, mainly handling and braking, bought it for 8400, most fun car to drive cause of my many hours of tun... Read More
Great Car - Inspired By The Castrol Rally Cars by Ashley
 — When I bought this car, I was just under 21. As it was a category G car, the insurers had to have their arms twisted to insure me on it, but boy was it worth it! The performance and handling, etc are... Read More

1999 Toyota Celica Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 4 reviews

1999 Toyota Celica

Toyota discontinued the sexy coupe from the 1999 Celica lineup, leaving only the hatchback and the convertible. Due for a redesign the following year, the 1999 Celica saw no additional changes.

Both the hatchback and the convertible came in the GT trim level only. They both came with a 2.2-liter, 135-horsepower engine. Fuel economy was about 22/30 mpg.

Drivers love the look and handling of their 1999 Toyota Celicas, and they appreciate the Toyota-quality engine. Drivers have few complaints, but those that do say the back seat is too small for most passengers, and many wish the car had more power.

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Toyota Celica Questions

Shelly03
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Both Rear Windows In My 99 Celica Do Not Work, But The Top Does, Any Ideas ...

bought a used 99 celica gt rear windows don't work, top does. also seat belt light will not go off even though seatbelts are on

11 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
LD1020
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Accidentally Left The Seat Belt Hanging Outside The Car And Locked It. Two ...

when AAA came to jump the car, battery wouldn't charge, and alarm goes off. This alarm was an aftermarket alarm, and I have no documentation on it, and the alarm key came part, and I can't use it. The...

56 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 months ago)
festis
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Does The 1999 Celia Have A Timing Belt Or Chain? When Does It Need Servicin...

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sonnyb
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99 Celica Gt Rear Window Want Work At Times

99 celica convert. rear windows want work most of the time but at times they do. could it be the switch or maybe the ground and where would it be grounded?

156 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)
DEsst68
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Rear Window Motor

I have a rear window (passenger side) that will roll up only on occasion. It looks challenging to get to the motor. Does anyone have a suggestion and where can I find the motor?

608 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 years ago)