OK: 440,000 Miles. Not one break down. Never stuck anywhere. Under $100 in repairs since day 1(repairs, not including maintenance of course). Yes, I do or have done all the maintenance on it. Which isn't too bad since it's a Toyota not a Cadillac. Gets 30 MPG at 85 MPH. Costs $400/year to insure (liability only of course)
Will not break no matter how hard I am on it.
Better rustproofing? 21 NY salty-road winters are causing a little rust in the fender wells. But only a little. Oh, the drivers seat foam is a bit flat as well, though I weigh 275# and have been sitting on it for 21 years, so I kinda expect it to be.
Bought my 1990 Camry DX station Wagon brand new in 1990. Here it is now just starting 2010, and the Camry is going stronger than ever. A couple gripes. Rust around the wheel wells. Also rust-through at the lower front panels just before the front doors due to wet leaves getting in there, which over the years I never noticed until too late. In addition, there's some bluish smoke from the exhaust when starting up in the morning. I'm told this is because the engine seals dry up over time and oil leaks slightly into the cylinders. But absolutely no loss of oil and never have to top up, so not a big deal.
This car is the best, 4th owner close to 400,000 miles and still truckin. Pick up is great, rides great. Of course their are a couple problems like the axles will not stop breaking, the alternator keeps frying, but I mean come on its 16 years old what would anyone expect
Good design, nice interior, they don't make cloth seats the way they make on this car anymore, it's a one in a million
I bought this car from the original owner who took great care of it about 6 weeks ago. I have to say this is the best used car I have ever bought. I can't believe this car is 16 years old. I have owned newer cars that were not as "modern" as this feels. Solid as the day it was built. With only 130,000 miles it's still got a LOT of life left in it. It runs like new, looks great. Everything about the feel of this car is great.
I bought this car brand new in 1990. The
car lasted forever without ever having
anything wrong with it. I had 168,000
miles on the car when i slid off the
road into a tree. I was doing about 30
and no injurys except a minor bruise.
The car only had one problem. the ac
went @ 140,000 on it. The car is
comfortable and was drivin from ny to
florida a bunch of times and was great.
miss the car alot and wish toyota
brought back the camry wagon.
Comfort, Excellent reliablity, velvet
like seats, power from the 156HP V-6.
Not a thing. The car was made absolutely
perfect. If you liked camry wagons, buy
a highlander. that what i did and its
just like it. great on gas for an suv,
reliable, and safe