1991 Toyota Celica User Reviews

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    1991 Toyota Celica GT-S Hatchback Review
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    Nice Car — This car is a flashy, very well priced, reliable, good fuel economy car that suprisingly alough limited rear passenger room can carry a heck of alot of stuff. Lift the hatchback, put the seats down and its like having a miniature truck, amazing. Oh and the limited rear passenger room is great, because lets face it, its funny putting somebody back there, and nobody wants people riding with them except a beautiful girl beside you. If you have anyother doubts about it, just remember you dont want to be one of those student nerds who drive a civic, or one of those garage frequenters with there engine problem ford probes. The celicas best in its class overall, you just are not going to get a better car for the price. (oh just remember to get at least the 2.2 manual)

    Owner for 1 years, 2 months

    Miles Driven per Year:15,000

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    1991 Toyota Celica GT-S Hatchback Review
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    My Good Ol Yota — ive this car for awhile and i love driving it. it has just enough get up and go to race other people even more so with the mods ive put on it. right now im thinking about buyi ng a 5 spd st but am hesitant about because of the lack of power.

    Owner for 2 years, 6 months

    Miles Driven per Year:15,000

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    1991 Toyota Celica GT Coupe Review
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    Great Temporary Transportation While It Lasted, Though I Didn't Have The Money To Put Into Repair. — In my owning of it, this car was as reliable as I needed it to be, but by no means anything extraordinarily special. I may have been afraid to trust it for a road trip without frequent attention to various engine lubrication, inevitably becoming its unfortunate demise. Considering I'd personally had the maintenance money needed to bring it back to par, this car would have paralleled any honest champ of the like for years, but I was lucky enough to keep it topped off with oil and gas while I could for the 2 years it was is working condition. This later frustration of a way around town may now imminently be destined for an unfairly dispersed afterlife, but given a miracle in a certain amount of proper care and knowledgeable repair, I have honest belief in its obvious potential to be reborn as a sports coupe easily, if not more, comfortable, enjoyable, and reliable as the rest.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Some pros of this car is that I didn't pay a whole lot for it, but it got me around for a year with little to no problem at all; the tires were easy to chance when a flat occurred; I have no number for gad mileage, but it's definitely not bad at all for my experience (Speaking of, it comes with a free half tank of unleaded!). I grew rather attached to the car before it finally quit on me. If i had the money to put back into the engine, I'd love to keep it going, but at my age, it's time to find something reasonably reliable.

    Cons: Negatives faults are mostly only included in the cab interior, and were definitely extant and time of my purchase: loose wires at the foot area, leaky windows and such due to bad insulation, peeling ceiling fabric, low quality heat and air... Not a car to quickly break down, but would do so quickly when failing to pay close attention to fluids. Late in life, suffered a moderate bump to the front right side which left the rotating head-light in mostly-opened position.

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    1991 Toyota Celica ST Coupe Review
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    Only For The Young! — Everything is now starting to deteriorate due to its age - making it expensive to keep on the road. Doors are exceedingly large and at the moment don't stay open which makes it hard to get in and out. Seats are a very snug fit and very low, also making it hard to get in and out. Back seat is really only for 2, since they are also bucket type seats. Low petrol consumption on long trips. High petrol consumption around town. Replaced smaller front tyres which were not standard fit. In country Australia I only need to turn off overdrive on steep hills.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: Large boot.  Central locking. Power windows.

    Cons: Hard to get in and out of because it is so low to the ground.
    Rides very bumpy. Lots of road noise.

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2005 Toyota Celica 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

    The Dog's By Ben

    0-62...6.6 !!! top end... limited 155mph !!!! wat more is there to say. But very greedy on the petrol and super unleaded racks up the pounds!! Great bit of fun, but keeps you pooor, 7months on it stil... Read More

    2004 Toyota Celica Reviews

    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

    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

    2003 Toyota Celica Reviews

    Sporty Ride. By Caliman73

    I really like how it handles. You never feel like you can't take that curve. Acceleration is crisp and responsive. Braking is good. The Toyota Celica is a great car for a fun spin around town and surp... Read More

    Celica Gt Is Acceptable By Azereza

    For a relatively inexpensive used car, it is a good buy. I broke the manual transmission when I was younger because of stupid driving, and replacement was 1600 dollars (paid a dealer. Stupid on me). A... Read More

    2002 Toyota Celica Reviews

    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

    Fast And Furious By Fastandfurious

    Fantastic car. Great gas miliage. Acceleration is there. Braking, you can stop on a dime. Handles like a BMW. Definately in control while driving it. It's a blast to drive. Never raced it, but I woul... Read More

    2001 Toyota Celica Reviews

    Its Amazing By spider72012

    I liked the sporty feel without the high price of a high end sports car. it really made me a happy camper to show off my car to friends and family. I really recommend this car to any safe and responsi... Read More

    The Best Celica Ever By Kieth

    fun car to drive, great performance and gas mileage. This is one car Toyota never should've stopped making. Scion TC is a very poor replacement, especially since the Supra died along with the Celica... Read More

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