Toyota Celica Model Overview
Toyota Celica Cars
I WAS DRIVING AND SUDDENLY I LOS POWER ... I PRESS THE GAS PEDAL BUT THE CAR WILL NOT RESPOND ..AND IT SLOWLY WENT TO A TOTAL HALT. I HAVE REPLACE THE SPARK PLUG AND THE WIRES.. BUT NOTHING IT STILL N...
Where is the manual switch located for the convertible top that is in the trunk somewhere?
Occasionally all of the lights go out for a few seconds, then come back on. At other times the headlights will fold down but won't turn off; I have to disconnect the battery. Very unsettling.
I'm looking to purchase a salvaged 76 or 77 Celica GT liftback. Any idea where I could look ?
how does the brake system work between the master cly and the calipers?
Toyota Celica Overview
The Celica is a true Toyota classic. Produced from 1970 to 2005, it was much beloved by owners.
The Toyota Celica was designed to appeal to consumers who wanted a good, dependable Japanese car but who also wanted something a little more exciting than the typical Japanese compact sedan. It was available as a notchback, hatchback, and convertible at various points in its lifespan.
The Celica is popular for racing, particularly rally racing. The earlier models are especially popular due to their rear-wheel drive. The Celica also won numerous awards and honors throughout its lifetime, including Consumer Reports' 2002 "Most Reliable Sporty Car."
In 1979, Toyota introduced the Toyota Celica Supra, a high performance version. However, by 1986 the Supra had become a separate model.
The Celica was discontinued after the 2005 model year, due to slow sales and increased competition. The Scion tC is its successor.