What engine did the 1994 Toyota Celica have?

What engine did the 1994 Toyota Celica have?

There are two four-cylinder engine packages in the lineup–a 1.8-liter developing 110 horsepower for the base Celica ST, and a 2.2-liter good for 135 horsepower in the more gymnastic GT. Driver and passenger-side air bags are standard on both models.

How much does a 1994 Celica cost?

1994 Toyota Celica Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
GT Hatchback $19,283 N/A
GT Coupe $18,813 N/A
ST Coupe $16,553 N/A
ST Hatchback $16,893 N/A

What Celica was used in rally?

The Celica GT-Four ST165 made its World Rally Championship (WRC) debut in the 1988 Tour de Corse, with its first WRC victory coming in the 1989 Rally Australia….

Toyota Celica GT-Four
Assembly Japan: Tahara, Aichi
Body and chassis
Class Sports car Rally car
Body style 3-door liftback coupé

Is Toyota Celica a good rally car?

Arguably the most exciting rally car Toyota ever built, the Celica Twin-Cam Turbo was the product of new Group B regulations adopted by the World Rally Championship between 1983 and 1986. While many of its contemporaries opted for four-wheel drive, the Celica directed all of its turbocharged 380bhp to the rear wheels.

Is 1994 Celica a good car?

Great Car! I bought my used 94 Celica ST standard for my first car and I love it. I’ve never had any problems with it and it is great on gas. I can go about 400 miles on only half a tank of gas. A great car that is a lot of fun to drive and looks good.

How much horsepower does a 1994 Celica have?

110 to 135 hp1994 Toyota Celica / Horsepower

How many Toyota Celica All Trac were made?

One of the most successful models of the Celica was the Celica All-Trac Turbo. It had everything a motorhead could wish for; power, design, and a convenient cost. But, there was a small catch fewer than 1750 All-Trac Turbos were made for the US.

What year did they stop making Toyota Celica?

Toyota Celica
Production December 1970 – April 2006
Model years 1971–2006
Assembly Japan: Toyota, Aichi (Tsutsumi plant); Tahara, Aichi (Tahara plant); Susono, Shizuoka (Higashi-Fuji plant)
Body and chassis