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The Celica got it name in 1971, which means the model is close to the Corolla sedan’s age. The seventh generation coupe has undergone a full redesign for 2000. The low stance and fresh look of the Celica was borrowed from racing cars. The GT is equipped with a 1.8-liter variable-valve-timing-with-intelligence (VVT-i) 4-cylinder engine, which gets it to 140 horsepower. Whereas, the sports edition GT-S gets to 180 hp due to a slightly different design and VVTL-i tech. Engine of the GT will gladly ‘eat’ regular gas, whereas the GT-S will go for premium fuel. Standard Celica does not offer antilock brakes and side-impact airbags (you can still get them as an optional modification), however, the standard Celica will have the daytime running lightsinstalled.

The angular design of the Celica provides for the sharp look. And though Toyota is known for manufacturing cars perfect for everyday driving, the Celica is more of a niche car and has some disadvantages in regards to the daily-use-car. Therefore, we would highly recommend you to take the 2001 Celica on a rather long test-drive and put it in various test-conditions before making a purchase. Thus if you are used to the usual feel of Toyota, the Celica might be out of your comfort zone. Read more...
 

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So, the guy came here to post about things we should already know.
The "Read more..." hyperlink obviously takes us to his site where he's getting the information from.

Does this constitute as spamming?
 
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