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Toyota Celica 2006. Black. 20k mileage for £8000. Worth it?

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
Does anyone have a celica, do they recommend me buying one and is the price above worth it
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago

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no, no, and no. In that order.
what he said ^^

parts are expensive, thats only average mileage, and not a great price.
Very average inside, bland interior and overall look just doesn't do it for me.......

But if it's what you want then go for it.
thanks what would you recommend
thanks what would you recommend

Difficult to answer as people like cars for many different reasons.

What i might like, you might hate etc.

Is £8k ur budget or is that just the price of the motor you were looking at?

Have you looked at any other models?
If you like japanese sports go for a Nissan Skyline
For starters the Celica is about 1.5k overpriced!

Theres quite a few Audi tt's around that price.

put in the details of the celica youre looking at and see the value.
Get A Supra ;dddddddddd
DONT get a rx-8 there knocking about cheap now for what you get but everything that comes with owning the car is a hassle and expensive.
£8000 is a good price for an 06 Celica, but could depend on what trim it is!

Theres a lot of 03 celicas with 60k on the clock for £6995 for example

Guess its down to taste, but if you like coupes and want something a little sporty that isnt going to eat into your wallet with its hungry petrol costs the Celica is an excellent choice.
I really like the Celica shape, and is cheaper to run then the Rx-8 and better than the Hyundai coupe, which are 'kind' of its closet looking rivals...
Celica only looks good on the outside. 8k you can go for the old Honda Type-R, very reliable and fast.

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