Toyota Celica Engine Variations

Toyota Celica Engine Variations  

The Toyota Celica was available with quite a few engine variations over the many years of its production. So whether you are looking to replace your old engine with a reconditioned engine or a second hand engine, we will try to help you out along the way. Reconditioned engines last longer than second hand engines as a general   used engines   rule because the second hand engines are basically used engines that you can find for sale in many different markets including breaker yards, classified ads and also on e-bay. 2nd hand engines are cheap compared to reconditioned engines or remanufactured engines because when they come to you they are considered part worn, which means some of the useful life has already been used up by the previous owner. Reconditioned engines start life with your vehicle with all wearable components replaced with new and machine work done to the blocks to ensure you get the longest life possible out of them after your purchase.

Now that you have a bit of information about the difference between second hand engines and reconditioned engines we can give you a bit of an outline of the engines that were available in the Toyota Celica throughout its lifespan.

First generation Celica (1970-1977) was available with the following engines:

1.4 L T L4 ( the L4 stands for Longitudinal 4 cylinder engine or straight 4)

1.6 L 2T L4

1.9 L 8R L4

2.0 L 18R L4

2.2 L 20R L4

Second Generation Celica (1977-1981) was available with the following engines:

1.6 L 2T, 2T-G and 12T L4

1.8 L 3T and 13T L4

2.0 L 18R, 18R-G, and 21R L4

2.2 L 20R L4

2.4 L 22R L4

Third Generation Celica (1981-1985) was available with the following engines:

1.6 L 2T-B, 2T-G L4

1.6 L 4A-G L4

1.8 L 3T-E, 3T-GE, 4T-GTEU, 1SU L4

2.0 L 18R-G, 21R, 2S-C

2.4 L 22R/RE

Fourth Generation Celica (1985-1989) was available with the following engines:

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