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2005 Toyota Celica GT-S

2005 Toyota Celica GT-S

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In its final model year before being discontinued in the U.S., the 2005 Celica sport coupe adds a CD changer on GT-S models as standard equipment. A 140-horsepower 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine come standard with a five-speed manual transmission in the GT version; a 180-horsepower version is offered with a six-speed gearbox in the top GT-S model. A four-speed automatic is optional with both versions. Air conditioning, a cassette/CD stereo, power mirrors, tilt steering wheel and a rear defogger are included on the GT, while the GT-S further offers standard four-wheel disc brakes, power windows and locks, fog lights, a premium stereo, rear wiper/washer, and alloy wheels.

 

 

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