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2004 Celica #178706 May 13, 11:46pm May 13, 11:46pm
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palm springs, burbank CA
Jae OP
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ok i was wondering, if i trade my car in for '04 from '01, what is exactly different, i know the stereo, body kit kit, rear tail, trunk handle, and the interior..
anything else? and is it better or is it worse??

Re: 2004 Celica [Re: Jae] #178707 May 14, 12:45am May 14, 12:45am
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new 2004 has the electronic throttle, which may be good or bad. as long as you're trading in why not something else, maybe something better.


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Re: 2004 Celica [Re: Kim] #178708 May 14, 12:57am May 14, 12:57am
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The 03 & 04 have a few nice touches that I know of. All interrior electronics are the same color orange, not the tacky green or whatever mixed in with it. The GTS has a power antenna... and HIDs are a factory option now thumbsup


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Re: 2004 Celica [Re: RevMonster] #178709 May 14, 1:52am May 14, 1:52am
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the action package is different, you can even get painted headlights thumbsup there are a few other, minor changes made..

i guess what i really want to ask is: why? it's still a 7th gen celica so your not going to be experiencing much of a difference. you'll 'lose' literally thousands of dollars doing this. why not use that money to make your car even better than an '04? and of course, there are a million other things to do with thousands of dollars...including saving it.

this is just my opinion: but it's not worth it.

Re: 2004 Celica [Re: Speed4TheNeed] #178710 May 14, 2:34am May 14, 2:34am
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ya...trade in something different maybe

but the differences are:
the orange lights,
better leather (im not sure from which year they changed the leather)
Drive-by-wire,
different lift bolt (which wears too, but not as much),
taillight,
liftgate,
bodykit,
HID (US version only. no HID in canada cry),
something about the sunroof material i believe,
darker interior,
better plastic...
power antenna (US verison only. i dont think they add the power antenna in canada)
rev limiter (this one im not sure. some said the 04 has a 7800 rev limiter...but that should be taken already from 03... im not sure on this one cos i never got a comfirmation.)
fog light
more body colors to choose from
tinted body color headlight houseing (non HID verison only i believe)
better shift (6spd)

hmm... i cant think of anything else right now...


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Re: 2004 Celica [Re: Elec-FuYu] #178711 May 14, 9:43pm May 14, 9:43pm
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If you're going to trade your car you may as well trade it for something a little better, a lot have gone to the 350Z and RX-8. But there are plenty of options.


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Re: 2004 Celica [Re: Elec-FuYu] #178712 May 14, 10:22pm May 14, 10:22pm
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Memphis, TN
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Originally Posted by Elec-FuYu
ya...trade in something different maybe

but the differences are:
the orange lights,
better leather (im not sure from which year they changed the leather)
Drive-by-wire,
different lift bolt (which wears too, but not as much),
taillight,
liftgate,
bodykit,
HID (US version only. no HID in canada cry),
something about the sunroof material i believe,
darker interior,
better plastic...
power antenna (US verison only. i dont think they add the power antenna in canada)
rev limiter (this one im not sure. some said the 04 has a 7800 rev limiter...but that should be taken already from 03... im not sure on this one cos i never got a comfirmation.)
fog light
more body colors to choose from
tinted body color headlight houseing (non HID verison only i believe)
better shift (6spd)

hmm... i cant think of anything else right now...



i have an 04, fuel cutoff or rev limiter is at 8350 or so.
02's got the 7.8 cutoff

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