by Jose on Aug 24, 2009 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Camry DX 4dr Sedan
Sorry for all 3 US automakers as they have never and maybe will never come up with a car as reliable and practical as a Camry. I bought this car with 118K and now has 184k, all highway miles. I don't take care of my cars and even then, it's still running like a champ. I need a minivan now cause of my kids, so I'll be looking for a Toyota or Honda.
by Minnesota on Aug 15, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Camry DX 4dr Sedan
My 1992 Toyota Camry is the best car that I've ever owned. I have over 166,000 miles on it and it's still as reliable as when it was new. It's a 4 cylinder that gets great gas mileage plus it starts even on a cold Minnesota winter day.
by kel on Jul 9, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Camry DX 4dr Sedan
This is the best car I've ever owned.
Brought it new in 92 and it has been
very reliable. I have 148K miles and
just recently replaced struts and motor
mounts. Good tires make a difference
in how this car handles in the snow.
Also replace brakes more than I have on
other cars - but thats not too
by JRR on May 26, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Camry DX 4dr Sedan
I purchased my Camry with 46,000 miles,
and now it has 146,000 miles. Aside
from tires and oil changes, the car has
been nearly maintenance free. I keep
thinking about buying another car, but
this one doesn't have a thing wrong
with it. It is roomy enough to throw
all of my stuff in, and comfortable &
reliable enough to drive anywhere
by 5speeder on Apr 30, 2002 Vehicle: 1992 Toyota Camry DX 4dr Sedan
Bought mine brand new and have put 171k
miles on it. Still runs and looks
great. Incredibly reliable. Have
replaced alternator and clutch (at
151k) and struts (at 155k). Otherwise,
no repair expenses. I will drive it
til the wheels fall off (which at the
rate it's going, won't be til 400k
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