Which Toyota Celica has a turbo?
Toyota Celica GT-Four
The Toyota Celica GT-Four is a high performance model of the Celica Liftback that was produced from 1986 to 1999, with a turbocharged 3S-GTE engine, and full-time AWD….
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What kind of engine does a Toyota Celica have?
The 2.4 L became the biggest 4-cylinder engine offered in any Celica ever. Other engines were the 1.6-liter 4A, 1.6-liter 2T, 1.8-liter 3T, 1.8-liter 4T, 1.8-liter 1S, 2.0-liter 2S, 2.0-liter 18R-G and 2.0-liter 21R, depending on the particular market.
How long do Celica engines last?
A well-maintained Celica can last 250,000 to 300,000 miles if you don’t abuse it. If you average 15,000 miles per year like most American drivers, you can expect the car to serve you for 16-20 years.
When did the Toyota Celica GT-T Turbo come out?
In September 1982, the first Celica turbo was launched in Japan for the local market only. The GT-T (TA63) came with the twin-spark 1.8-liter 3T-GTE engine, W55 5-speed manual gearbox, a limited slip differential, pump up lumbar “sports” seats and optional digital dash.
What changes were made to the Toyota Celica in 1997?
For 1997, the only change in the North American Celica was the discontinuation of the GT coupe. Another minor change was given to Japanese market Celicas in December 1997. Projector headlights were optional for all models. The 3S-GE engine on the SS-II and SS-III received VVT-i, the SS-III was given a BEAMS tuned 3S-GE engine.
What kind of motor does a Toyota Celica have?
In Australia, Toyota decided initially to use the 21R-C in the Celica. As a result, the car only turned out 67 kW (90 hp). However, for the facelift model, it was replaced by the quicker 73 kW (98 hp) 2S-C motor and then by the injected 2.4-liter motor (22R-E) which provided 87 kW (118 PS; 117 hp).
Why was the Toyota Celica convertible in high demand in Japan?
The Celica convertible was in high demand in Japan because of the exotic appeal of the American modifications. For the Japanese market the fourth-generation Celica started with the 1S-iSU engine in the ST160 and 4A engine in the AT160.