how long can a toyota celica last

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Asked by Feb 27, 2013 at 12:11 AM about the 2001 Toyota Celica GTS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i am looking to buy a 2001 toyota celica gts with 240000 yes or no>>>???

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98,145

I would have a mechanic check it and perform a engine compression test.

25,835

Toyota engines are well- built and very reliable (One reason Lotus cars use a Toyota engine)....However, as recommended above...Have a trusted mechanic do a compression test and also check for engine noises and any leaks. This may be a 2 owner car and there's always a possibility that at least ONE of them didn't take optimal care of the car (Case in point: My GF waits too long between oil changes, despite my constant nagging).

18,555

at 240,000 miles everything is under suspect of failing. This car better be real cheap unless paperwork can be shown proving a bunch of work

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20,595

scrap value plus the value of a years use,a gamble either way,

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