About two years before retirement I decided to buy a new car and have it paid off before I retired. I had previously owned three Toyotas so I was sold on reliability. Still, I researched the reliability of all cars for about two months, and found the Camry to be the champ. I took another month to select a dealer and options. I finally came up with the "perfect auto". I have just the options I want, and have driven it for six years and four months with no, I repeat, NO problems. I still love my car, my wife doesn't want me to replace it. I don't know that I will, except for another Camry of my choosing.
Comfort of the drivers position. Solid feeling. Peace of mind, I will get to where I'm going. Alloy wheels. Sound system. Finish has remained new.
The only improvement I would suggest would be to de-sensitize the steering just a little. It took me a while to learn not to make excessive corrections on the highway.
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