1991 Toyota Celica Overview


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1991 Toyota Celica Overview

The convertible rejoined the 1991 Toyota Celica lineup, but otherwise the car remained largely the same as the year before.

The 1991 Toyota Celica was available in a variety of body styles and trim levels. The coupe was available as the ST, with a 1.6-liter, 103-horsepower engine; or the GT or GT-S, both of which had a 2.2-liter, 130-horsepower engine. The hatchback came as a GT or GT-S, and the convertible as a GT. The high-end model, the all-wheel-drive All-Trac, came with a 2.0-liter engine sporting 200 horsepower.

Drivers like the 1991 Toyota Celica because with regular maintenance, it will last for hundreds of thousands of miles. Drivers also like that it has excellent handling and is fun to drive. Some drivers, mostly owners of the ST, complain that the car does not have enough power, and across the board drivers find the back seats are too small.

The GT model has a 5-speed manual transmission that makes it feel even more sporty. This is a great car, and its styling captivates attention even though it's an old model.


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    I took out the battery to try to start my Camry and then I put the battery back in my celiac and now I turn the key and nothing!!! No dash lights, nothing!!

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    I have a hydraulic clutch and it stopped fully engaging. I checked the fluids and all over but it will just randomly come back and work fine. And if I drive I can push my clutch in and still put so...

    22 views with 5 answers (last answer 5 months ago)

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    Car in excellent condition!!

    61 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 months ago)

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