My 1995 Camry LE 4-cylinder has almost
82,000 miles but you wouldn't know it.
The car still acts like a brand new
one. I've had this car since December
of 2001, and it had 69,000 miles on it
then and all my friends thought I got a
brand new car. The car is underpowered
with the 4-cylinder
engine. In order to keep the car
moving, you need to keep pretty heavy
on the gas so fuel economy was not what
I was hoping to get from such a small
engine. Also, the suspension is very
soft, which makes for a nice ride, but
take it easy in the turns. Also,
because of this, I can't tell you how
many times I've bottomed out on a dip
in the road.
I enjoy the simple, classy look of my
car. My car is gold with a tasteful set
of aftermarket alloy wheels. The
interior is well designed and roomy,
the seats are comfortable, the trunk is
big, the air conditioner is powerful,
and the stereo sounds great with the
The Camry needs a lot more power. The
V6 model was too hard to come by. Fuel
economy should be better. Bigger
cupholders would be nice, as well as a
more performance-oriented suspension.
I have very few reservations about the
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