1984 Toyota Celica

In 1982, the Toyota Celica was restyled. It was a rear-wheel drive vehicle that was powered by a new 122 cubic-inch overhead-cam engine that offered nearly 100 horsepower. The dual-overhead-cam versions produced more, rated at between 115 to 135 horsepower. In 1988, Toyota enhanced the performance even further with the addition of a turbocharger, which gave the engine 190 horsepower.

As the Celica was ending its model lifecycle, Toyota introduced a sports version of the Celica Camry equipped with the dual overhead camshaft 2-liter engine from the Celica producing 135 horsepower.

The Celica shared its wheelbase size with the Corona and the Carina, however the Carina was shorter than both the Celica and the Corona.


By Daniel Vaughan | Jul 2011

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Toyota Monthly Sales Volume

May 2019
197,637
April 2019
162,506
March 2019
185,696
February 2019
152,626
January 2019
138,601
December 2018
185,386
November 2018
163,977
October 2018
168,386
September 2018
178,501
August 2018
194,433
July 2018
183,367
June 2018
185,852
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