2000 Toyota Celica Overview

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GT
Avg. Price: $4,693
GTS Hatchback
Avg. Price: $5,313

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4.45 stars

Based on 61 reviews

I Loved This Car. by MacGarver
 — I loved this car. There were two reasons it had to go. 1) wife was pregnant and 2) couldn't afford, nor had the space to keep 3 cars I bought this car new in Feb 2000. Got all the extras (leather, mo... Read More
A Shame That Toyota Stopped Making The Celica Because This Really Is A Gem. by Barrie
 — The Gen 7 Celica is the last decent sports coupe that Toyota made. The engine is something else with it's cam profiles. Drive it normally and it's quiet, smooth and delivers a good MPG, but take the r... Read More
A Ricer That Won't Shame You by Crystal
 — This car has excellent handling and is great on gas. It's power is respectable for only having 4 cylinders. It is super light, and you know if there is a breeze. The acceleration is OK, but this is... Read More

2000 Toyota Celica Overview

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Based on 61 reviews

2000 Toyota Celica

The Toyota Celica was completely redesigned for 2000. The new Celica was lighter, cheaper, and more powerful. The 2000 Celica got a few more angles than the previous generation, but it still maintained the round, sleek shape that has become the Celica's signature. The 2000 Celica also had some new safety features, including an automatic fuel delivery system shutoff when the airbags deploy, a first for any Toyota.

The convertible was discontinued for the 2000 Celica, leaving only the hatchback. The hatchback GT came with a 1.8-liter, 140-hp engine. The GT-S got the 180 horses and was available with a 6-speed manual transmission, a first for the Celica. The GT-S also has distinctive exterior and interior features. The GT engine got about 27/34 mpg, and the GT-S engine got about 23/30 mpg.

The Celica's new style once again proved to be popular with drivers. Toyota received praise for avoiding the conservative look that most of their cars have. Drivers also liked the extra power in the GT-S, although drivers complain that the GT is still too slow. As with Celicas that came before, drivers find the interior to be cramped, especially in the back seat.

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Car Was Running Fine. Car Shut Off While Driving. Now It Just Cranks But Do...

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rachel41b
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My Celica 2000 1.8 Has To Much Fuel Going Into Enigine And I Use Alot Of Oi...

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Hi Wondering If Anyone Can Help Me With A Issue. I Have A Toyota Celica It'...

The model from 2000 models has different style also how would I find out what is the engine in my car don't know what trim is

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Tire Size

The current tire size on my 2000 Celica GT is 205/60/15. Can I replace it with 215/60/15? Thanks.

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My 2000 Toyota Celica Gts Does Not Start Up. The Night Before It Was Workin...

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