1991 Toyota Celica from North America
It wants to go on curvy roads
The gaskets went bad, but I fixed that. Now I'm waiting to rebuild the engine for turbo applications.
The car handles very well. It is not too quick, but after the turbo, it will have the power it needs. Besides, we don't have the option of having the 3sge (190hp) VVTi (1996-up) or the 3-sgte engine, which is quite rare. The iron block could handle the turbo after it has been built using stronger rods and such. The car will last a very long time.
It is worth having, to be different from all the Honda guys out there. Lucky for Honda that Toyota does not have so many engines to swap in their cars.
Back to the point, the car is good for the price. Look well when buying one... timing belt, oil leaks, engine noise.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 7th April, 2003