This was my first Toyota and I love
it. V6 has good pick up and power.
XLE model has all the options to make
it comfortable and fun to drive.
Bought it used but it was a Toyota
certified vehicle. Haven't had any
V6, like the power for driving in
Atlanta traffic. The stereo and
sunroof are my favorite luxurys.
More head room. Fits me perfect but
tall male friends are uncomfortable in
the front seats.
I bought mine used, but the ride and
handling felt like it was a new car. It
accellerates fairly well against other
V6's on the rode that are newer.
Sharing similar interior and exterior
features as the Lexus 300, I feel as if
I have a Lexus without the Lexus name.
I would recommend a Toyota Camry to
anyone who asks.
The exterior and interior shape, the
leather seats, the 6-cd changer, a full
spare, and the automatic front
A better suspension package, optional
wood finish not fake wood, Onstar as an
option, 8 speaker sound system, dual
climate control as an option, improved
warrenty offer, and better gas mileage
My Camry has been great! It's extremely
quiet, comfortable ride, handles well,
but not harsh; Accord is too stiff for
me...I take long trips. Initially I was
concerned with power, having previously
owned an SHO Taurus and a 3.8 Litre
Sable, but the little four gets the job
done, with no sense of being
underpowered. It will run as fast as
you want on the E-way, my usual is
around 80 mph, and NEVER have a problem
keeping it their...it'll slide up to 90
if you don't watch it...and still gets
30-31 miles per gallon! With 74,000
miles I've done nothing but routine
maintenance, one change of brake pads
about 50,000 miles. My one complaint is
with the seats, (front) which aren't
Comfort, reliability, gas
mileage...also like quality of
assembly, and paint work.
Could use more comfortable seats,
perhaps a little more wheel well
insulation, but then I use Toyo tires
with a very high wear rating(hard
rubber) which may be noisty. A little
more power wouldn't hurt, but not
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