1986 Toyota Celica GTS 2.0 gas
Best designed car ever
Alternator needed a rebuild at 198,000kms.
Slightly rusting fenders since owned.
I have concluded that this is the best car on the market today. It is economical, reliable, sporty, and it handles like nobody's business.
The options compare to a late 90's vehicle and it is so versatile. I managed to fit two full size mountain bikes into the back of it with the seats folded down.
Sure it's old, but it last forever.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 9th June, 2001
27th Jan 2002, 02:29
I've got a car the same and was wondering how much more power it's got than your old CRX, and what your CRX was eg. its engine.
24th Feb 2004, 14:28
I am a tall person and cars with enough room for me are rare, I love this car, my dad got it for free from a yard sale and it didn't run. However with some work I found out what was wrong with it. It wasn't taken care of by it's last owner. I plan to keep this car for years to come.
20th Jan 2006, 14:44
I recently bought my 15 year old son an "86 GT-S for $1,000.00 from the original owner. Has every available factory option, was dealer maintained, and had only 179,000 miles (60,000 miles on a rebuuilt). My son and I have had a blast "building" this car, let me tell you! Performance header, new ignition, performance fuel-rail, new front/rear suspension, and new Toyo radials (keeping the stock wheels). This is the funnest, best handling car I have ever driven. Currently, I am trying to buy an "86 Celica GT from a local garage, who just doesn't want to let it go. Who could blame him?