by herb joerger on Jun 16, 2007 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Camry SE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
The Camry is a comfortable vehicle to drive. My wife is short but likes to drive it and has no concern about its performance or maintenance. I also use this car on various occasions and find it is comfortable. It handles well in all driving circumstances and is a reliable vehicle.
by Bob on May 23, 2006 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Camry SE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
After 55,000 miles I am still impressed. Tested Avalon and Lexus and just not worth the money compared to the XLE V6. Get about 30 MPG routine driving, still surprised at comfortable ride and quietness. JBL sound system still works excellently, as does everything. The layout of the dash, consoles, etc. is much better than the Avalon or the Lexus. Have not had to replace or repair anything. The leather shows almost no wear compared to other cars I have had with leather. Doesn't get any better than this.
by Dick on Dec 24, 2005 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Camry SE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
I got into the car at the dealership and it was the most comfortable of all the cars I was considering. Performance was fine and the car has been reliable requiring only regular maintainance except for a battery replacement. It has been a car that is easy to use in city and great on the road usually delivering 30-32 miles per gallon country and 17 -19 city.
by LCAtlanta on Mar 31, 2004 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Camry SE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
This car had starting problems in the
first 1,000 miles. After having it
towed in twice and four dealer repair
attempts, it now still has problems.
Toyota doesn't seem to be able to
diagnose computer problems with their
by rdog28 on Feb 10, 2004 Vehicle: 2003 Toyota Camry SE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)
The Camry SE is powerful, quiet,
comfortable, and attractive.
I test drove the Altima, Passat and a
certified used Volvo, and ended up with
the Camry as it had the best track
record from the reliability front. The
Altima is a more powerful vehicle, but
lacks the sophistication of the Camry.
The Passat is a great car and wouldnt
have been a bad choice, but was scared
away by some problems with some coils,
for a while (it's been resolved). And
the Volvo was used, although certified
(those cars have more bells and
whistles than a Swiss Army knife).
The SE is the nicest of the family and
also the hardest to find (if you want
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