I bought my 1994 Camry LE V6 used 7.5 years ago with 57k miles on it. Ive put 90k miles on the car since and its been a fantastically reliable car. The car felt light on its feet. One thing I always hated about the V6 engine was the lack of low end torque. Until you rev the engine up to 3000 RPM, it feels like a 4 cylinder. The suspension was far too soft so I would always get a lot of body roll when I took turns. Definitely not a fun car to drive. The car is meant for people who want a smooth ride.
What I loved most about this car is that its so reliable and trouble free. I was surprised to find the transmission shifting very smoothly after so many years and miles. It still shows no signs of trouble.
I would like to see Toyota give the Camry a slightly sportier feel, first by making the suspension slightly stiffer. The lack of low end torque was also very annoying. Also, the V6 engine requires premium gas for optimal performance. A non-premium car should not require premium gas.
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