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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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