1999 Toyota Celica Overview


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1999 Toyota Celica Overview

Toyota discontinued the sexy coupe from the 1999 Celica lineup, leaving only the hatchback and the convertible. Due for a redesign the following year, the 1999 Celica saw no additional changes.

Both the hatchback and the convertible came in the GT trim level only. They both came with a 2.2-liter, 135-horsepower engine. Fuel economy was about 22/30 mpg.

Drivers love the look and handling of their 1999 Toyota Celicas, and they appreciate the Toyota-quality engine. Drivers have few complaints, but those that do say the back seat is too small for most passengers, and many wish the car had more power.


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What Custom Things Can Be Done Motor Wise..

5 speed transmission,brakes and suspension can be up graded but what about the motor....id like a 4 cylinder with the bells and whistles of v6 ....maybe dual over head cam set up...is there a motor ...

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Does The 1999 Celia Have A Timing Belt Or Chain? When Does It Need Servicin...

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Both Rear Windows In My 99 Celica Do Not Work, But The Top Does, Any Ideas ...

bought a used 99 celica gt rear windows don't work, top does. also seat belt light will not go off even though seatbelts are on

70 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)

My Toyota Celica Has A Pump Leak And I'm Wondering If There Is Anyway To Re...

I know this is the problem.

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Rear Window Motor

I have a rear window (passenger side) that will roll up only on occasion. It looks challenging to get to the motor. Does anyone have a suggestion and where can I find the motor?

817 views with 2 answers (last answer 5 years ago)