So, you test drove a Celica for one time and you can give "an assurance" that "The Celica, in any form is weak"?mikeyb3d said:Let me assure you. The Celica, in any form, is weak. I drove one not too long ago, because I thought thats what I wanted for my next car. I was redlining the cursed thing just to accelerate... The salesman said, "feel that power?" ... I laughed and said "what power?!? I dont like this thing." and we took it back. He didnt say another word the whole ride back...
:werd:ST185 said:So, you test drove a Celica for one time and you can give "an assurance" that "The Celica, in any form is weak"?
May be you don't know how to drive that car.
May be you don't know how to land in lift.
Back to the topic,
Stock-to-stock, I pick the GT-S over the tC.
GTS is much lighter car, six speed, better braking and better handling overall.
But like many said, tC is more bang for the buck.
No doubt the tC is an excellent toyota quality car. I love the moonroof and all the standard features, however im more into performance aspect of the car. A GT-S is alot faster stock. It handles way better and is Standard 6 speed transmission. I own a GT-S and my brother has a tC, We race all the time. Freeway, from a stop, rolling start you name it. The Celica owns the tC performance wise. The tC only keeps on the first 1st and 2nd gear, because of the torque while when I hit Lift in 3rd, im pulling away by car lengths. If your a race enthusiast, like me. That love to drive fast and race, I would go get the GT-S. But if you want a car that is cheaper, more roomier, not fast but not slow. Get the tC. That's my opinion. Love them both cuz there Toyota!:rockon:asifmbadar said:Obviously each has their ups and downs, but the tC wins hands down and is greater bang for the buck, horsepower and torque become almost negligible once you consider how much more torque the tC has over the GTS...... the only advantage I see the GTS as having is it being 300lbs lighter.