2005 Toyota Camry Solara SE V6 2dr Convertible (3.3L 6cyl 5A)
I had a Sebring for 5 years, which I
traded for this car, and drove a
Mustang convertabe a few times, and this
blows them away. You would have to spend
15k more to get a comparable car. It is
smooth, quite, and has all the features
you would expect. The only draw back is
the boot. It is very clumbsy and hard to
fit. But the car is quiet, has plenty
of room for a rag top, and I would
expect Toyota reliability. It was hard
to find in my area, and the dealer
stood firm on the price but at this
point it was worth it. A stylish, solid
, and quiet convertable for the price.
Looking forward to the spring!
Solid, quiet, and great styling. Priced
right for the features, even if the
dealer would not budge!
Toyota has a winner and needs to be a
bit more user friendly. The boot sucks
and needs improvement.
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