Bought this Camry from original owner- Had around 85000 miles on it--after 98000 miles everything went wrong--I religiously changed my oil and fluids. First to go wrong were all of the window motors--each cost around 250- 300 to fix. Next, antenna and stereo went out--costs were around 200-250. Finally, the transmission went out-- had to change front and rear end seals, driver brake hoes busted, and shocks went out--don't want to think about how much expensive it was. I still have it b/c can't afford anything else. I was surprised to see the downward trend after 98000 miles from a Camry.
Interior will never get old--still looks new. The ride if very comfortable.
Better factory paint--I know that Toyota has a very bad reputation when it comes to factory paint on older vehicles. Hope to see more reliable transmissions and stronger V6 engines.
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