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The original Celica of the mid-1970s started as a sort of mini-Mustang in concept and looks, but it wasn't long before it began to develop an identity of its own. Originally a rear-drive car, the fourth-generation Celica, based on Camry components, became front-drive, with a very-high-performance, and expensive, All-Trac AWD turbo version available in small numbers. Like the original car, there were fastback and notchback versions, and a convertible was later added.


Year-to-year changesEdit

Retail pricesEdit

As of December 27, 1993:

  • $16,168 (1994 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Coupe)
  • $16,508 (1994 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Liftback)
  • $18,428 (1994 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Coupe)
  • $18,898 (1994 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Liftback)

As of August 26, 1994:

  • $16,888 (1995 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Coupe)
  • $17,238 (1995 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Liftback)
  • $19,288 (1995 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Coupe)
  • $19,778 (1995 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Liftback)
  • $23,998 (1995 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Convertible)

As of January 26, 1995:

  • $17,658 (1995 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Coupe)
  • $18,018 (1995 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Liftback)
  • $20,168 (1995 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Coupe)
  • $20,678 (1995 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Liftback)
  • $24,878 (1995 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Convertible)

As of September 25, 1995:

  • $16,958 (1996 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Coupe)
  • $17,318 (1996 Toyota Celica ST 2DR Liftback)
  • $19,468 (1996 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Coupe)
  • $19,978 (1996 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Liftback)
  • $24,178 (1996 Toyota Celica GT 2DR Convertible)

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