Futuristic styling, reasonable running costs.
Handling could be sharper.
This is the seventh incarnation of the Toyota Celica. It's been around since 1999, but the sharp, aggressive shape still looks fresh, a testament to how good a design it was. This model was never developed with rallying in mind, so there is no four-wheel-drive turbocharged version. But that doesn't make it a wimp. It still manages to deliver a decent driving experience and Toyota's reputation for reliability is a significant draw for most customers.
Easy to overlook, with RX-8, Crossfire and 350Z hogging all the recent coupé limelight but Celica is still a nice car. Recent GT model wears a bodykit worthy of The Fast and the Furious.
What owners say about this car
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