2004 Toyota Celica Overview

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GT
Avg. Price: $7,498
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Avg. Price: $9,173

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3.95 stars

Based on 8 reviews

Review by Jorge
 — - * Performance: – Acceleration: good, but could be improved slightly considering the engine the car is equipped with. – Braking: It could use a bit more brake power, but it's ok as it is. – Ha... Read More
My Celica by Karie5
 — The car is sleek and stylish. Great on gas, especially since prices are going up. I turn so many heads when driving it. It came with a great sound system, CD and cassette player. It is fun to drive. I... Read More
Best Sport Car For The Money by GTS_Bruce31
 — The Celica GTS is one of the best made sport cars of old. It is no longer in prodduction and is very much in demand. A great fun car to drive that turns everyones head when you pass by. Hate to have t... Read More

2004 Toyota Celica Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 8 reviews

2004 Toyota Celica

The 2004 Toyota Celica saw very little change from the previous year. The only addition was the availability of high-intensity headlights for both trim levels. The 2004 model year was the beginning of the end for the Celica. The sports coupe market was no longer a big moneymaker like it once was, and the Celica had lost its 70s and 80s-era reputation as a racing car and was gaining one as a "girl car."

The 2004 Toyota Celica was available only as a hatchback, which came as a GT or sportier GT-S. The GT came with a 1.8 liter, 140 horsepower engine. The sportier GT-S, which had distinctive exterior and interior styling, came with a 1.8-liter, 180 horsepower engine. This generation was also the first Celica to come available with a six-speed manual transmission. The GT engine got about 27/34 mpg, and the GT-S engine got about 23/30 mpg.

Drivers of the 2004 Celica love the way it looks and handles. Some, mostly GT owners, wish the car had more power, and poor visibility out the rear window is a frequent complaint.

Drivers of the 2004 Celica love the way it looks and handles. Some, mostly GT owners, wish the car had more power, and poor visibility out the rear window is a frequent complaint.

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Od/off When Driving

When driving my 2004 in normal road conditions. Is the OD/off light lit or not? Thank you

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