8 Used Sports Cars You Should Avoid Buying at All Costs
Toyota Celica GT-S
Toyotas are generally well-designed and reliable cars, but that doesn’t mean they’re faultless. Take seventh generation performance model Celica GT-S, for instance. It isn’t necessarily a bad car, but it tends to be sluggish and hesitate when accelerating. These are more annoyances than problems, but they happen to many Celica owners, and like every annoyance, they too can become unbearable after a while. 2000 and 2001 GT-S models seem to suffer the most. Sometimes new oil pump and filter do the trick and sometimes it’s the EVAP system that causes problems. Whichever the case, problems often come back to haunt the Celica owners after a while. Never a dull moment with 2000 and 2001 Toyota Celica GT-S.