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1987 Toyota Celica ST CoupeReview
Eduard writes:
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Great, Sporty, Affordable, Reliable Car! — The car runs well. It's not a powerful car although for it's age it's not too bad. The handling is really good, so through corners it's a great car to drive, but going up a steep hill or dragging off powerful cars it's not great. It's geared pretty well, comfortable to drive and spacious front seats. If you're unlucky to sit in the back of one you wouldn't have much room to do anything, so unless you're small or going for a short trip you wouldn't want to sit in the back. The styling is quite nice though. Sleak lines, pop-up lights, pretty low as standard. It does have some tacky plastics on it, and standard mag wheels are samll, but for an old car that's not a classic you can't expect much and it's certainly better than your average 1987 standard road car. It's pretty good on fuel costs. Maintenance and repair bills are cheap. Parts are easy to find. The car is pretty reliable anyway, so if you get it checked then you can't go wrong. Overall for it's year and price it's a great car.

Pros: Reliability, handling, styling, affordability, running costs.

Cons: Lack of power.

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1987 Toyota Celica GT HatchbackReview
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St165 Toyota Celica Gt-four — Great overall car. The king of Celica rally cars. Nice, even power with great handling for a car of it's age. Love it.

Pros: Unique
Rare
Very fast
Great 80's styling

Cons: Getting an old car
A little rust coming out

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1987 Toyota Celica GT HatchbackReview
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When Toyota Made Fun Cars.... — A £350 temporary car that turned out to (currently) the most fun car I've owned. Nice and low to the ground, low seating position, nice clutch, hardly any body roll, handled well even on the crappy worn re-treaded tires it came with. The cam belt broke, but I probably drove it too hard for an 18 year old car... but once fixed it drove like new again. Wy did toyota give up making fun cars like these?

Pros: Fun, flip up lights

Cons: a bit rusty, and the cam belt broke

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1987 Toyota Celica GT-S ConvertibleReview
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Great Car Great For Fixer Upper Awsome Trade In Value Awsome Engine.. — great car fun to drive fast can only imagine what a turbo some high compression pistons with after market exhaust could do..

Owner for 0 years, 6 months

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1987 Toyota Celica GT CoupeReview
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Toyota Trying To Go Honda Font Wheel Drive — 1st What I don`t like about this car is the coil is inside the Distributor and its attached side-ways to the head when oil leaks inside the distributor shaft it leaks goes down and shorts out the coil it starts to expand "cracks-open" inside the distributor. and presto -your dead 2nd the water pump is buried together with the Timing belt ,so as the water pump becomes old it puts stress on the belt and presto -your dead in the middle of the freeway with a dead car. 3rd this really is bad ,you have a Freeze Plug just behind the power steering pump in the block it`s hard to get too. Check this one well check em all . this plug started leaking on my engine on the freeway. what happened next was the water pump bearing burned up then I lost all my water over heated engine destroyed the engine.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Good on gas

Cons: Smog Parts are expensive,very low to the ground  coil spring weak.

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Reviews From Other Years

2005 Toyota Celica Reviews

Review By Sean

I like it Nice and small for my 17 year old daughter Read More

Review By Surfdb

Valued to high for this particular car it better be in perfect condition and stock Read More

2004 Toyota Celica Reviews

Review By kurt

Has a beautiful and graceful body(aerodynamics) Vents in the right places. Great gas mileage and engine life. Very sporty. Read More

Awesome Look, Low Operation Cost, Low Power By Frédéric

Really reliable car. Great on fuel economy, good brakes and handling. Fun to drive and this car is definetly a head turner... But for those who quantify performance only by horsepower, this car is... Read More

2003 Toyota Celica Reviews

Review By Guru9SCXGS

Its a nice car as for gas mileage and when its a Manuel shift that makes it more fun to drive. Its a Toyota on top of that which spells dependability. Would love to have one of these myself. Great c... Read More

Review By Michael

One of the best cars I’ve ever owned. Sold it with 275,000 miles, minimal work done to it. Extremely reliable car, fun to drive with a great look! Read More

2002 Toyota Celica Reviews

Review By Marco

The car us super clean and nice. Rust here and there but its not that bad. It drives smooth and was a great price for it. No complaints. Read More

Love It By Fem_I_am

Overall great car. Good first car or second car. Great fuel economy. Love this car. The power at 140+/- HP for a small car is great but could be better. The handling is great along with the styling. W... Read More

2001 Toyota Celica Reviews

Review By Guru9SCXGS

Its a nice dependable, fun car, especially the manual stick shift, that gets great gas mileage to boot. Read More

Review By Guru9H38X8

I enjoy driving this type of car I’m very interested in buying it Read More

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