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Feb 17, 3:33pm - #105303 
sell the celi?

Should i sell my car? I can get a Evo 8 with 30,000 miles on it for 8 grand. The car needs all new tires, rims, and exhust system though. I dont know though. I love my celi and have only had this one for about 6 months. I had a plan to save up and buy an evo when i was 20 so i wouild be out of school and no pricks would mess with my ride. Also i would be a better driver by then and could afford insurance easier.

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Feb 17, 3:35pm - #105304 
was the evo in a crash?


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Feb 17, 3:37pm - #105305 
Originally Posted by NorwayGT
was the evo in a crash?
It bottom out something and screwed the rims and exhaust over.

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Feb 17, 3:40pm - #105306 
it would be a sic car, but iono, celica will last forever, and i dont know about mitubishi reliability. iono, if i were you i would consider it. i thought for a while about selling my celica, and getting a 97 eclipse GSX, but then i thought aboutit more, and decided not to. its ur choice


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Feb 17, 4:17pm - #105307 
If I were you, I would just keep the celica, and wait a few more years before getting an Evo. Not only does it use more, expensive gas, but insurance on it would be a bitch grin

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Feb 17, 4:19pm - #105308 
buy a used crotch rocket if you want something fast, and not to expencive. this spring my mom is selling our bike, and getting something fast as hell. right now were thinkin of this one CBR600RR thats for sale in our area


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Feb 17, 4:21pm - #105309 
mitsubishi isn't as good as toyota

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Feb 17, 4:22pm - #105310 
i would get the evo it handles incredible and fast as hell and you will get more out of it if you mod it and its turbooooooooooood which you will love , dont forget that awd hehe but its ur choice what you want to do dont ask us

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Feb 17, 8:50pm - #105311 
Sell the Celica and use that money into fixing the Evo. I'm sorry, but that's the best choice unless you're mainly for looks. If someone offered myself the same deal... take the Celica away. The Evo has more aftermarket support in all aspects and stock would eat the Celica alive.

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Feb 17, 8:52pm - #105312 
I hate mitsubishi thumbsdownn:


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Feb 17, 9:36pm - #105313 
god i wish everyone would get off the evos dick!! its ugly as fuck. sure its faster than the celi but shit just look at it..id rather push my celi har har har

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Feb 17, 9:42pm - #105314 
im not down with the mitsu's either...my bf calls them
"throw away cars" because once they get like 50 thousands miles there pieces of shits.hehe just my .02 wave


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Feb 17, 10:00pm - #105315 
Your confusing a Mitsubishi with a Kia. In my opinion, any car company that has the balls to put out a turbo charged four putting out 271 HP and a rally pedigree needs some respect. Sure it's uglier than a Celica, but that's where it ends. The same with the STI. The list goes on for aftermarket support to push those cars in acceleration, handling, and braking that would far exceed the Celica's and some Exotic cars bone stock. Stock for stock or a Celica turboed, the EVO and the STI would kill it.

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Feb 17, 10:31pm - #105316 
I'd keep the celica...the evo might be faster, but the celica looks cooler...plus...even though its a good deal...i really wouldnt want 'someone elses problem'.

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Feb 17, 10:32pm - #105317 
Originally Posted by spyder00367
Should i sell my car? I can get a Evo 8 with 30,000 miles on it for 8 grand. The car needs all new tires, rims, and exhust system though. I dont know though. I love my celi and have only had this one for about 6 months. I had a plan to save up and buy an evo when i was 20 so i wouild be out of school and no pricks would mess with my ride. Also i would be a better driver by then and could afford insurance easier.


IMO I think you should just keep your celi...you have only had it for 6 months. AND the evo is DAMAGED, why would you want to buy damaged goods?

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Feb 17, 11:36pm - #105318 
Depending on your plan for the future, you could go one of two ways. If you like performance, i would go EVO8 Because it's a factory turbocharged car so you can get more performance out of it in the long run. But if you like style and show, i would stay celica. There is a lot of potential for the body styling in the Celica.


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Feb 18, 1:12pm - #105319 
Mitsi is not reliable

it sucks

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Feb 18, 1:44pm - #105320 
Originally Posted by booyaolian
Mitsi is not reliable

it sucks


Yea, you can't beat the reliability of a toyota thumbsup

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Feb 18, 1:50pm - #105321 
i'd rather have the celica over evo..but the sti over both of them. thumbsup


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Feb 18, 3:22pm - #105322 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
i'd rather have the celica over evo..but the sti over both of them. thumbsup


Same here...The STI is insane grin

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Feb 18, 4:37pm - #105323 
i say pass this up and wait till ur 20 cause who knows what will be out by then and if nothing is get the evo like you planned but imo damaged = thumbsdown


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Feb 18, 5:13pm - #105324 
Originally Posted by VSGTS14
i'd rather have the celica over evo..but the sti over both of them. thumbsup


agreed 110% evos are just fast rental cars


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Feb 18, 6:13pm - #105325 
I had a one on one day with the celi (lol) and decided to keep it around a while longer. I will just get and Evo or something at a later time.


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Feb 18, 8:19pm - #105326 
i'd say keep the celica...mitsu's arent known to have the best reliability compared to toyota...plus this is the last generation of our 7th gen...its bound to be a classic like like the all mighty supra

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