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2005 Toyota Celica Overview

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Avg. Price: $8,258
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4.95 stars

Based on 7 reviews

Great Vehicle, Though I Reccomend Making The Step Up To A Gt-s Variant. by Anthony
 — Great Acceleration though spotty at times, 1.8 Liter Inline 4, 140 HP/125 lbs. of Torque, Nice build quality, durable for sure, Great exterior styling, very sleek vehicle, Gas Mileage was decent on lo... Read More
Toyota Celica by Brandyn
 — Everything about this car is a masterful combination of beauty, handling, performance, and head turning. I have recieved millions of comments about this car. Everybody looks when it passes by. Thumbs ... Read More
154mph by Chris2426
 — pick up i excellent its sleek lines help to keep it aerodynamic making it move faster than it says in the books. decent price for a car that looks top of the range and will make heads turn, guaranteed... Read More

2005 Toyota Celica Overview

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2005 Toyota Celica

The 2005 was virtually unchanged from the previous year. The biggest news for the Celica was that 2005 would be the last year it was produced.

The 2005 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.

Celica fans said goodbye with heavy hearts. Like with all the models of this generation, many 2005 Toyota Celica owners found the car to be too slow, especially the GT, for a car marketed as a sports car. Some also found visibility to be poor out the back window, and many complained about the tiny backseat. Still, legions of Celica fans loved the car for its good looks while still having a reliable Toyota engine.

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Toyota Celica Questions

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Have 2005 Toyota Celica Started Using Oil Around 45k It Has 99k Mostly High...

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Is It True That Hankook Tires Are Too "hard: Treaded For Celicas?

just been told by america tires sales that i should get tires that are "softer" so can anyone suggest what particular brands and models in the below $90 per tire is best? thanks!

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I Have A 2005 Toyota Celica Gts With Around 64,000 Miles On It. In The Morn...

I have a 2005 Toyota Celica GTS with around 64,000 miles on it. In the morning, when I first start it, the idle is very high and loud. The idle stays high until about 45 minutes later. What can I do? ...

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Brake Light On Dash And Abs Lights Just Came On In My Toyota Celica Gt 2005...

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