Get Instant Pricing with Edmunds Price Promise℠
1Look for "Special Offers" on a specific car
2Get your upfront, locked-in price from the dealer
3Go to the dealership to buy your car with no haggle
Update. Same owner, 3 years hence. I now have 199,576 miles on it. I've put another timing belt and water pump as needed after the last 100,000 miles. Some plugs and wires, engine flush, fixed drip on oil pump seal, replaced the radiator (finally after 14.5 years!), and a few other preventative measures (3rd battery was necessary after 6 years, original lasted 8.5). Engine, still as smooth as ever, 30mpg on trips, averaging 25 around town. Bought this car new when my daughter was 3. She is now about to turn 18. She gets it. My guess, if she doesn't twist it, will last for another 4-5 years. At that point, it will be 18-19 years old. NO ONE I know typically owns a car that long. It has been flawless. I owned a 92 before this one. If we keep this one that long, it will have been 27 years of nearly flawless transportation and over 350,000 miles between two camrys. Honda can't beat this track record. No one can. Guess what my next car will be??? Close! I'm going to a Camry Hybrid next time. I like 40+mpg idea on the highway. I know Honda is rated slightly higher but, their AC and Transmissions suck.Report it
© Edmunds.com, Inc.