Takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'
By lvrebel85 on
2000 Toyota Camry LE 4dr Sedan
This car has been with me almost six years and it's been a good run. This was my college car so it probably got quite a bit more abuse than most, especially in the Nevada desert with 115+ degree days. I love the reliability and with regular maintenance still runs like new at 140k. It's at the age where more problems pop up (bad cam/crank seals, timing belt, transmission, pwr window regulator, brakes brakes brakes) but I think any car would do the same. fuel econ worsens with the age of the car too. They don't make camrys like this anymore or else I'd buy a 2010 - shame. My next purchase will be a '10 Ford Fusion; hopefully it will be as good to me as my camry.
Reliability, excellent fit and finish, cheap to insure, roominess, giant trunk
goes through brakes too often, expensive to fix, only getting 23 avg mpg at 140k miles, boring inside and out