My Camry LE, 4 cylinder is driven
primarily in town with an occasional
road trip thrown in. The car runs
without a hitch and gets great gas
mileage. I average 20 mpg (city) while
highway averages 32 mpg. The powertrain
warranty is 5 year/60K miles. It's not
an exciting car to drive, but I didn't
buy it for "fun" factor. The ergonomics
of the dash are great, I can reach for
anything without even looking for it.
The car seats four comfortably, I've
never had five people in it. The trunk
is accommodating and can be extended
into the backseat. Because of Camry's
reliability (I drove my '93 LE, 4
cylinder 183,000 miles!), I'm sure I'll
have this car for a VERY long time.
My cars only options were power seat,
remote keyless entry, security system,
floor mats, mud flaps and anti-lock
brakes. There's not one item I'd call a
favorite. If reliability is a
feature..it'd be my favorite!
The only improvement I can think of is
Toyota should have stuck with the multi-
adjustable driver seat. My '93 used to
have a tilt adjustment on the seat
cushion. The '00 only has and up/down
adjustment. I prefered my '93 seat even
though it was manually adjustable.
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