We bought the car new and drove it for a good 10 years. The only reason we decided to let it go is we're now working on our second baby and unfortunately a 2 door car will no longer fit in with our expanded family. Considering for how long we've had it we were thankful to only have to deal with routine maintenance and a few minor problems (the O2 sensor had to be replaced, the passenger viser mirror broke off after 5 years, and occasionally the driver side window motor will stick if the weather is very humid.) But the engine has been impeccable, and I joked with my husband on several occasions we should just keep the car for another 14 years so it can be our child's first car when he's 16.
6 cylinder, sunroof, styling, huge trunk!
The fake wood trim on the interior warped and broke in several places in the last few years. A lot of body roll on sharp curves.
I have owned this awesome car for 3 years and have only needed to change the oil. Recently, I am having some suspension issues - not surprising after 100K miles. The CD player also died recently. I would definitely buy another!
Electric driver seat, auto everything, sun roof, 6-cd player.
Black Leather interior is very comfortable and practical, the moonroof is a better feature to me than a convertible. Great sound system and I, unlike others, really appreciate the thought gone into the traction control system. I had a 2000 Camry with a 4 cylinder engine and it hydroplaned out
I would like to see four smaller doors instead of the two heavy, huge doors. Otherwise it's near perfect, perhaps a robotic driver to take me to work ontime and instyle will be in the 2021 model.
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