Toyota Celica Models and Celica History

Aside from tweaks to upper trim levels, much was the same for the Celica in 1998. For 1999, Toyota rolled out a brand-new Celica design that offered more performance with 180 hp under the hood, a sleeker design and a new speed box. Following the redesign, model years 2000 through the 2002 Celica saw no major updates. A restyled Celica was lauded for 2003, with new front and rear fascias and bumpers, new HID headlamps, new rear tail lamps, a new center dash cluster, powered antenna and upgraded JBL audio system. The Celica would cruise through model years 2004-2005 basically unchanged.

New and Used Celica Prices, Toyota Celica Model Years and History

A two-door sports coupe in its final year of production, the 2005 Toyota Celica seats four passengers and is available with a 140 hp or a 180 hp 1.8L four-cylinder engine.
A sporty two-door hatchback, the 2004 Toyota Celica is offered in a range of well-equipped trims and a choice between 140 hp or 180 hp depending on which you choose.
The 2003 Toyota Celica is a sporty hatchback with seating for up to four-passengers and two engine choices; one producing 140 hp and the other generating 180 hp.
The 2002 Toyota Celica is a hatchback sports car that seats four passengers and is capable of over 30 mpg on the highway.
The 2001 Toyota Celica is a four-passenger compact hatchback sports car with an impressive fuel economy rating of over 30 mpg on the highway.
The 2000 Toyota Celica is a two-door hatchback sports car which has been totally redesigned for the new model year.
The 1999 Toyota Celica is a sporty, two-door, four-passenger compact car that is available as a hatchback or a convertible.
A sporty, two-door, four-passenger compact car, the 1998 Toyota Celica is available as a coupe, hatchback or a convertible.