I have a '90 and '91 Camry. I bought the former new and it has 242K miles and the latter I bought mine '96 with 96K miles in Calif. and now it has 250K. This summer my gas mileage actually improved on the '91; I got 36 mpg in highway driving when I never had better than 33. I've done the usual maintenance work and am conscientious about changing the oil. I've driven these cars in New Hampshire and now in Minnesota. Rust is starting to show on the '91 and it kills me to think rust and peripherals such as freezing locks and sagging seats will destroy the cars before the engine dies. I am writing to advise anyone living in the sunbelt to never hesitate to buy this Camry.
Reliability, size to carry four comfortable and luggage, ease of maintenance, clear views through all the windows without any annoying posts in the wrong positions, comfortable and relatively quiet ride.
Exposing spark plug to make them easier to remove without leaving a socket wrench wrap inside the spark plug tunnel.
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