I bought this Camry in Anchorage, Alaska with 152,000 miles on it. It has been a fantastic vehicle. It now has traveled 185,000 miles and it still gets 19 city 26 hwy mpg, runs like a top, performs well, and is very comfortable for a large person (6' 2" 230 lb). And everything still works! The only thing I would change if I could is to have a Camry wagon like this with AWD. That would truly be a car for the long term.
Its comfort & performance are top notch, plus it gets great gas mileage for a 6 cyl automatic.
I'm on my second. Has NEVER left me high and dry. Had a power window problem with the first, (before I totalled it). It has timeless styling, so it still looks brand new. You never see them for sale b/c people have no need to sell them. It fits a full-size mattress in the back, (rear seats fold down). I get 30 mpg. I've had 2 strangers come up to me and try to buy it. All this, and I have enough power/pick-up to burn idiots at stop lights. PLUS it's invisible to cops. I love this car and have no doubt I will be able to get another 5 years out of it.
We have owned this wagon since it was new. Often we have thought of trading for a new wagon, but there just doesn't seem to be anything comparable in the same size and price range. Here we are 13 years later and still waiting for a wagon as roomy, powerful, reliable and economical as the Camry! Current resale is around 2500.00, what a joke! This car is such a value vs. the cost of a Volvo or Audi, I guess we will just keep on ridin'. Someone please start making wagons like this again!
Versatile and roomy interior, car-like handling and power.
nice size: holds 4 adults/3 kids in
comfort, cargo area holds plenty
nice looks: not like some that look
like a sedan that the designers stuck
an extra section onto.
great comfort: when my back is hurting,
and I can't find a comfortable chair in
the house, I get into my car & go for a
drive! the front seats fit like a glove!
great handling: The "get up and go" of
this car is essential for safety here.
I have a terrible 'lead foot' problem!
0 to 60 in seconds is a requirement for
reliability? Of course! She's a Camry!
continue to make the Camry Wagon
I DON'T want a SUV or a minivan!!!