Comparable Cars
Facts & Figures
Bodystyle: Coupe
Class: Compact Coupe
Engines: 1.8l 4-cyl. (140hp)
1.8l 4-cyl. (180hp)
EPA Mileage:
23 - 28 (City)
32 - 33 (Highway)
Our Rating:
Overview & Pictures
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That brings us to the current Toyota Celica, with its racy, razor-edge lines, looking like the very embodiment of high-technology performance. And guess what: Its looks aren't lying.

The Toyota Celica is light on its feet and tenacious in turns. Its energetic engine loves to rev, and you can keep the mill spinning with a slick manual gearbox. One of our contributors compared the GTS version to a motorcycle on four wheels, the automotive equivalent of a screaming, hyper-horsepower super-bike.

True, perhaps, except that the Toyota Celica is no exotic. It's a straightforward little machine that's heavy on fun and light on the wallet.

Facts & Figures

The JB car pages provide engine and transmission specs, as well as gas mileage and dimensions for all 2002 Toyota Celica versions.

2002 Toyota Celica Coupe Specs & Features

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