Without a doubt this Camry is the finest machine I've ever owned in more than 50 years of driving. It gets 33 miles per gallon on trips and has cost nothing beyond the routine, and even that has been minimal. Reliability is 100%. I put 104 thousand miles on it so far and will probably end up giving it to my grandson although I'll probably keep it 'til I die. Outstanding car period! (Not a speck of rust on it despite being outside for 13 years.)
Reliability. And everything else. (I'm totally biased.)
If only the front seats were a bit longer for the thighs--because of my height.
I loved my Camry! It was always reliable. I wrecked it this past saturday and i almost cried! I hit a deer but the car held up well! I had it for almost 3 years and the only problems it had was an oil leak..but it wasnt anything major..honestly i never fixed it because it never gave me any problems. I had to replace a few parts earlier this year but thats expected on a vehicle its age. Over all a wonderful car. Unfortunately the 2005 Toyota i was looking to buy has bad reveiws...maybe they should go to making it the way they used to.
Nice car, but not as good as the past
ones. I had to replace both front
axles for $800 at 80K and replaced
many seals due to leaking oil since
30K. I've owned Camrys since 1986 and
still love them compared to GM
i am pretty bored of this car recieved it as a graduation gift
pretty good though considering it get's beat every day
i go 95 on the thruway and it holds up
just starting to get problems
but i don't care i put some 12 inch ma audio subs in it and a kenwood head unit everyone refers to it as my hoopdee it's salvaged and crazy fun on the thruway but the pickup sucks unless you floor it
but it get's great gas mileage filled up took a trip to auburn from buffalo and then got back 232 miles only used 1/4 of a tank of gas awesome love it
will be using it for a backup when i find another one trying to get it to 1 million miles that would be crazy good
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