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“Toyota Starlet GT”

published 12/09/2007

ProFuel Economy, Fast, Comfortable, reliable, head tu...

ConsNeed an aftermarket fog light as these cars are im...

First of all i will begin my review of the Toyota Starlet GT by giving you a brief history of the vehicle. The first model of the Starlet GT (chassis code EP82) was produced in 1990 and continued on through until 1995 when production was ceased.The code given to the engine used was 4-EFTE. During...

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ProCheap to run and service, excellent Toyota reliabi...

ConsLow spec levels, design is starting to show it age

I got my Starlet Sportif a year and a half ago from an elderly family member who had kept the car garaged since it was new back in 1997, it had only 3500 miles on the clock! Knowing absolutely nothing about these cars, or Toyotas in general, I did a bit of research on the internet and found a...

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Excellent

“Toyota Starlet Glanza V”

published 11/10/2007

ProVery reliable, economical, fast, fun, great tuning...

ConsParts can be difficult to obtain

I bought my Glanza in 2007, its a N-reg 1996 Toyota Starlet Glanza V. I paid £3800, all of my friends and family thought i was mad to pay this amount of money for a 11year old car. But i've like these cars since i was 15, (21 now). The reason i love these cars so much is: Its got a simple 1300cc...

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“Pocket rocket”

published 03/11/2006

Promodding potential, fast, nippy, head-turner

Consquite old

Before I start, allow me to say that I am not the owner of a Starlet. However, my boyfriend does own a1996 Glanza V that was imported from Japan and since he is a car maniac, I have spent a fair amount of time learning about it! For a start, the design of the car is a head-turner. It's small and...

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Excellent

ProReliable, maintenance-free, comfortable, great dri...

ConsNo auto climate control, no heated electric wing m...

I bought my Toyota Starlet 1.3 GLS brand new from a franchised Toyota dealer in 1998. This was the last year of production before the the model was discontinued. I had it for 4 years before it was written off in a car accident. During that time, I enjoyed owning it and I would drive it everywhere...

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Excellent

ProSmall, beautiful, swift and above all... Japanese!

ConsThe GT version not very popular in Europe

For the past years Toyota's smallest car in production, was demonstrating to all other motors' companies how a car should be! Simple, attractive, fast, reliable and all these in a compact hatchback design with a reasonable fuel consumption. The Starlet has written in its CV many official Toyota...

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Excellent

Progood make of car, good handeling

Consnot much space in the back, lap belt over the midd...

I recently bought a Toyota Starlet as a 1st car for myself and it is in this that I have learnt to drive(ish). As a Toyota it is reliable by definition, mine is 10 years old and is running better than alot of cars my parents have had over the recent years. The front of the car is spacious enough...

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Excellent

Procheap to insure, tax, economical for fuel, small a...

Consno air con, PAS but as I say = less to go wrong!!!

I love my starlet!! Mine is a coral coloured Sportif R reg and it's wonderful! Plus points are cheap to insure and tax, they are small but nippy, mine has a 1.3 engine and is really economical with fuel, £28 worth of petrol got me over 100 miles to the lake district and back plus 4 days of...

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“toyota's little secret”

published 07/07/2005

Prosmal, good fuel consumption for turbo, fast

Consnot enough leg room in the back, non turbo models ...

what can i say these cars are excellent, they are fast hasve a small 1332cc(1.3) engine. which is good for fuel consumption especially if you can't afford a bigger car. The car has a very smooth ride and need i say is very well built and the glanza model looks very nice. a typical example of one...

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Excellent

published 12/08/2008

I purchased a 1997 Toyota Starlet Sportiff for my wife in place of her Ford Fiesta which i now drive, she finds this car fun to drive especialy the power stearing which our feista does not have. It looks good in white drives like a dream and the fuel consumption is brilliant, a recent service only cost £123.06p (july 2008) including plugs, oil, filters etc. Not to sure why the radio when turned off emmits and audibal alarm tone, prehaps someone will let me know. Recomend this car to anyone wanting a reliable and cheap motoring espacialy as car tax is about to go uo aswell as petrol.

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Good

published 21/04/2008

I have driven a GT Turbo Starlet in the past for years, i am 29 we were one of the first people in my area to have one the toyota engine is one of the best you could buy it takes alot of hardship. the car had great handling in wet and dry conditions when you have the right tyres on it. Always change the oil like clockwork and you won't have problems. The glanza i found however the interior very boring and the seats not that comfortable very high up position in the car ,unless you put in your own sports seats the car in the picture looks real well since the white are so common at this stage a good car but not as good as the gt Turbo

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“Toyota Starlet review”

published 07/08/2008

ProFuel consumption

ConsSuspension weak, No ABS, Not appealing dashboard,

For this Toyota model, it is indeed a good buy, but not the best. Indeed, small vehicles like this one have a common problem. A weak rear suspension. As time goes by, one will notice that the suspension deteriorates, and along the chassis also is weak in this model of Toyota. It is not...

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“Toyota Starlet Sportif”

published 23/06/2005

ProThe standard Toyota Reliability, Pretty Nippy for ...

ConsLooks a bit dated, Parts can be expensive

I've had my Starlet just over 18months now and I think they're great little cars. From my point of view they're pretty fast of the mark, reliable and easy to comfortable to drive. Since I've had my R reg Starlet I had to have new brake discs and pads, and rear shock absorbers. These are things...

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Excellent

published 30/08/2007

Both the gt and glanza v are amazing Owned a 1996 glanza for a lil while and have loved every second of it. By spending only a little bit of money on them can make the cars look and perform better than a large majority of other hot hatches Only a 1.3 twin cam turbo charged engine cheep insurance,tax and petrol all the information u could ever need on them is easily obtainable from http://www.toyotagtturbo.com/

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Excellent

published 27/08/2008

This is the best car for a young lad, it has every boy racers dream performance. Cheap to run, VERY FAST when the turbo winds up. Handles amazing round bends. But best of all it is extremely reliable. I do recomend to keep the engine standard as the engines can blow up when you over tune them.

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Product Information : Toyota Starlet

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Hatchback - Petrol, Diesel

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Body Type: Hatchback

Fuel Type: Petrol; Diesel

Range: Toyota Starlet

Manufacturer: Toyota

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