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Toyota Celica (T180)
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Toyota Celica (T180/AT180/ST182/ST183/ST184/ST185). 1989–93 (prod. n/a). 2- and 3-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/F, F/F 4WS, F/A, 1587, 1998, 2163 cm³ (I4 DOHC). Toyota, and other Japanese car makers, get arty with body shapes as 1980s close: T180 Celica was meant to ape water flowing over rocks. Carryover platform, but revised and claimed to be sturdier. Continued competition history, with GT-Four model; wide body adopted for GT-Four A version. GT-Four RC Group A homologation model in 1991, with 5,000 units. ASC-converted convertible from 1990 (ST183C). Mid-term facelift 1991, with GT-Four getting wide body; A dropped. Four-wheel-steer on some models. Excellent roadholding and handling, and typically refined (even the convertible, free from rattles and shakes), as expected from Toyota.

Manufacturing location: Tahara, Aichi, Japan

Marque: Toyota | Model: Toyota Celica | Predecessor: Toyota Celica (T160) | Successor: Toyota Celica (T200)

q.v. Toyota Carina ED (ST180), Toyota Corona EXiV (ST180)


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