The car now has 151,000 miles on it
and the thing runs like new. I've
changed fluids and plugs and timing
belt, the brakes went until 130,000
miles before I had to change them!
I've also changed the shocks and
that's it. The car looks like new in
and out! It has never been to the
dealer for anything besides the belt!
I have driven the new (2004) camry and
they are not even close to the build
quality of the 96? The brakes suck and
the 2004 had more wind noise and
rattles than my 96? This was a 2004
car with 2,400 miles vs a 96 with
151,000! The highlander is my next
purchase. I'm keeping my camry
forever, it might last that long!!!!
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