I bought this car in June with 147,000
miles on it. Now it is November 10th
and i have 160,500 miles. This car
comes from Ohio, so there is a
considerable amount of rust on it. I
live in California. All I have done to
it is add tires, brakes, and oil
changes. This car is quiet, smooth,
great milage, and it is just tough as
hell. The only bad part is that I need
a valve adjustment, and it has special
types of valves, and I've been quoted
between $180 and $600 to just have my
valves adjusted. I am going to just
have a new timing belt, coolant flush,
and tranny service at the same time so
my Camry will be good as new. I
definitly recommend this car to all.
Very reliable. Also the metal is not
flexible, it is hard and strong. VERY
comfortable front seats, i don't know
about the back I have never sat in
them. Large trunk. Quite roomy inside.
I like the automatic seatbelts. Very
The radio is too low to reach unless
you bend forward. A tach would be
nice. The cup holders fold out and are
cheap and flimsy. The place to add oil
in the engine is in a very akward
place and its hard to put oil in
without spilling it on the engine.
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