Toyota Celica 1.8 VVT-i T
Model Year 1999, S - Segment (Sports car)

drivers'

3.0

rating

Badges:
coupe
coupe
x 3
x 3
Front
Front
1.8 L4 16v
Nat. Asp.
Nat. Asp.
Petrol
Petrol

Basic info on Toyota Celica 1.8 VVT-i T

The Japanese car was first shown in year 1999 and powered by a 4 - cylinder nat. asp. petrol unit, produced by Toyota. The engine offers a displacement of 1.8 litre matched to a front wheel drive system and a manual gearbox with 6 gears. Vehicle in question is a sports car with the top speed of 225km/h, reaching the 100km/h (62mph) mark in 7.4s and consuming around 8.4 liters of fuel every 100 kilometers.

Data

Engine info ( issues & breakdowns )
Toyota

1.8 2ZZ-GE

displacement:
1797
cc
configuration:
4 - Inline
 
valves:
16, 4 p/ cylinder
 
aspiration:
Nat. Asp.
 
fuel type:
Petrol
 
power:
192
hp
torque:
180
Nm
Vehicle information - Toyota Celica
not tested
produced:
1999. - 2002.
 
body style:
coupe
3 door
length:
4335
mm
width:
1735
mm
height:
1315
mm
boot:
365 - 593
l
fuel tank:
55
l

Performance

Manual gearbox performance

emission

N/A

category

manual gearbox

6 gears

average

8.4

l/100km

weight:
1115
kg
acc. 0-100 km/h:
7.4
s
top speed:
225
km/h
cons. (urban):
11.5
l/100km
cons. (highway):
6.6
l/100km
cons. (average):
8.4
l/100km
CO2 emissions:
g/km

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Safety results for Toyota Celica

EuroNCAP: not tested

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