by MizMaryT on Feb 17, 2007 Vehicle: 1995 Toyota Camry LE 4dr Wagon
My Camry wagon has been in my family for 12 years, it's the most dependable car we own - that's more dependable than a 4-Runner, a Volvo S-70 and a Pathfinder - all 3 of which have problems with the engin sensors. My wagon is too old to have engine sensors - I don't think computers were even invented back in '95 ;-) They just don't make cars now like they used to!
by Mark Buchholz on Oct 27, 2003 Vehicle: 1995 Toyota Camry LE 4dr Wagon
I bought a 1995 Camry Wagon with high
milage banking on its reliability and
Toyota name. I was not let down.
Other than regular maintainace I have
had no problems with the car and I now
have 200K on it! It handles just like
a car even though it is a wagon and the
3rd seat in the back comes in handy
when you have a few more kids to take
with you. The engine and transmission
are still running great with no
issues. There is some rust around the
back wheel wells which is a problem
here in the NE. This car is a keeper!
by slomo on Apr 6, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Toyota Camry LE 4dr Wagon
I have over 90,000 miles and my vehicle
is doing great. I have done the regular
maintenance on the vehicle and it is
still going strong. The only problem I
have had has been the power motor for
by autophile on Mar 29, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Toyota Camry LE 4dr Wagon
I bought my wagon a year ago (3/01) from a local dealer. It was in great shape with 79K miles. The 4-cylinder is peppy, reliable, and smooth. It gets good mileage too and ride comfortably. I put a bike rack up on top of the luggage carrier and it hauls 2 bikes very well. This wagon handles like a car, almost a luxury ride, and I've experienced no mechanical problems save the power antenna (that locked in the up position). I now have 95,000 miles and it runs just like new. I would highly recommend either version of the 1992-1996 Camry Wagon. My 1995 model runs and looks great. Consider the Toyota Camry if you can find one. They are solid, reliable, and comfortable.
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