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!
My favorite feature of this car is the
3rd seat in the back. Especially when
my kids were small and I was coaching
soccer. It was no problem to flip the
seat up in the back and take 2 more.
The two things I would improve is its
rust inhibiting design (more plastic
around the base and wheel wells of the
car, which Toyota did on the later
models) and have a power socket that
does not turn off with the key for
powering plug in devices like chargers,
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