1990 Toyota Celica GT-four 2.0 turbo petrol from Australia and New Zealand


The best looking Japanese. Import around


The left front ball joint went. The hub was damaged and required replacing.

The clear coat of paint on the roof has started to peel, will have to re-spray.

Rear diff seal has started to leak.

General Comments:

This is a brilliant car.

May require a bit of maintenance, but is worth it with it's good looks, good performance and great handling.

There is something about this car that will compel you spend endless hours (and dollars) into maintaining and improving it. It may be an obsession, but I think that it is worth it!

This car is great value for money, and the sky is the limit when it comes to improving your GT-Four.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 22nd November, 2004

1990 Toyota Celica ST 1.6L from North America


An excellent sports car at a discount price


Replaced the tires which improved the ride handling and acceleration.

Replaced original factory exhaust.

Brakes need replacement.

Dome light does not always turn on.

General Comments:

The car is 16 years old and runs better than most newer cars that I have driven. I would recommend a Celica to anyone. The car has never broken down, give an excellent ride, and is very fuel efficient.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 5th November, 2004

1990 Toyota Celica GT-R 2.0 DOHC 4 cylinder from Australia and New Zealand


Cheap Fast and Sexy


CV - Boot done at 78000 kms.

Transmission beginning to give up a little - probably due to hard starts off the line.

Smokes a little when starts up - common low compression on celica.

Dashboard warped in sun.

Paint starting to fade due to (my) neglect.

General Comments:

Very comfortable kinda fast car for 2 people. But only 2 people.

I can drag off any sub 1.8 turbo manual and I've got an auto.

Standard speakers are really good, and they come with tweeters which is handy.

Just a great cheap fast car with every electric accessory you can think of - mines got auto headlights that come on in the dark automatically.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 29th October, 2004

1990 Toyota Celica GTS 2.2L from North America


Best buy for the dollar


I was looking around for a luxury coupe (Lexus) when I came upon a 1990 celica celica GT-S. The timing belt needed replacing, and new plugs and wires.Man! this car is sweet, for city driving it's just like a 911.

The 1990 model is classic, my friends don't believe me when I tell them it's 14 years old!

Too bad the style has changed the cargo room when the seats are down is impressive.

General Comments:

Very fast four a 2.2L

Takes turns so good I spill my latte

Lots of space in back.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 19th October, 2004

1990 Toyota Celica GT 1.6 5S-GE from North America


A Performance Dream!


Not too many problems with this car.

I had to replace the headlight when I bought it, but I think that the previous owner messed around with it.

Also, I had to replace the right front directional when I purchased it.

Some minor body work needs to be done.

The tires will have to be replaced after a few more 100 miles.

General Comments:

This car thinks that it has a V-8! It takes off like a shot. I've beaten a Civic V-TEC and a Ford Probe GT.

The interior is in very good condition as well as the engine.

The car handles like a dream. I love taking my Celica out for a drive in any weather.

A/C Works beautifully! The car just looks mean. It has a very intimidating look to it. After a new paint job, this car is gonna be hot!

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 15th April, 2004

31st May 2004, 04:41

I plan to buy the Toyota Celica GT year of 1990. the price is 1800 dollars canandien... how much do you buy your Celica?...it is that from the dealer or the private owner?...please let me know... because I am confusing to buy it with the good price or not? thank you for your appreciate.

1990 Toyota Celica GT 2.2 from North America


A sporty, fun, reliable car !


Normal maintenance -- front brakes replaced twice over 14 years.

Timing belt replaced at 80,000 miles. Timing belt snapped at 141,000 miles with no engine damage at all!

Passenger side seat belt won't retract -- happened when it was three years old.

Replaced clutch at 160,000 miles.

Replaced distributor at 160,000 miles. Due to oil in distributor causing misfiring.

Motor mount loosened - tightened at 160,000 miles.

Constant problem over the last five years -- oil leaks. This what most likely caused the distributor to go.

General Comments:

I had basically no problems until the clutch, motor mount and distributor issue above. And even those are fairly normal, except for the oil leaks.

It has always gotten better than expected gas mileage, it is still fun to drive, and it still looks like new after a wash and wax.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 7th March, 2004