2002 Toyota Camry Sedan LE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
I bought this car for my wife to
drive. She and my 2 kids really like
it. Whenever I drive it on weekends
and trips I cannot help but notice the
poor handling and poor braking. This
car handles like a buick. The car
leans on almost turn. The brakes are
very soft. You foot almost goes down
to the floor when stopping.
Also the driver side door handle broke
off the first week we had the car and
we had to wait three weeks before they
could get the part in. The automatic
drivers seat also slides during
Plenty of interior room. The rear
seats fold down to give you extra
Improve build quality. The brakes
really need to be fixed so that your
foot does not almost go to the floor
every time you stop.
2002 Toyota Camry Sedan LE 4dr Sedan (2.4L 4cyl 5M)
I have had my new 2002 Camry for less
than two years. The right dash has
squeaked and creaked since day 1. My
air conditioning had to be replaced.
My radiator (!!) had to be replaced.
My oil pan had to be replaced. My
charcoal cannister had to be replaced.
I have never - EVER - had such a
terrible experience with a car. I just
purchased a Subaru Forester, and will
stick with Subarus from now on.
Fix the creaky dash. That seems to be
a theme in these cars.
Fix the charcoal cannisters and
radiators so they don't break after 1.5
2002 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
Owned it, bought it to the Toyota -
biult the best. I will not buy
another. I have owned a few Toyota
over the years and none has even been
better then any of my Dometic brand car
owned. I gave this car away and bought
a Subaru and it has been 1000's time
better then this Toyota. The power and
fit of the Subaru.
it holds it value - worth nothing sale
it for nothing
Stop the ad's to trade up and start
building better vehecle and less
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