This is the funnest family sedan that I think anyone could own! I have so much fun in this car, it picks up quick, it's cute and its very roomy & comfortable inside. I am a mother of 3 & the car is practical and something that dosen't "scream mommy!" I put a dark tint on the windows, put new rims on it & made it more "me".
The gas mileage and the thing that tells me how many mpg I am getting & how many miles I have to an empty tank.
This car should come with alloy wheels not hubcaps. I lost three hubcaps in 4 months. That's my only complaint!
The V6 Camry is a wonderful car to drive. I have driven it for nearly 4 years and am very satisfied. Fuel economy is decent, cannot complain. I gave performance a 5 because of the delay when the gas is pressed a bit much, but sometimes noticeable even with calm acceleration (somewhat annoys me).
Smooth compliant ride on the freeway.
Too much body roll. V6 engine has a delay when gas is fully pressed. Lack of foglight option for LE model.
I bought this car brand new in 2004 and drove about 45000 miles so far. No problem. Excellent in driving. Only drawback would be gas consumption compared to hybrids. If you are not planning to buy a new hybrid, this would be a excellent choice. Peace of mind.
This was my first Toyota and probably my last. Transmission replaced at 2300 miles. Problem returned at 5600 miles-traced to faulty valve body. Trunk lid rust at six months- repainted under warranty. Several squeaks and rattles from the dash and front door could not be fixed. Thermostat failed at 40K, not covered. Steering intermediate shaft loose and clunking at 42K. Toyota refused coverage even though a TSB was issued about this problem. Repair cost over $600. Engine always used about 16 oz of anti-freeze every 5K. Toyota said that was "within tolerable limits". Drive by wire throttle tip-in is very abrupt making a smooth launch tough.
Good control layout. Plenty of interior room. Smooth engine. Smooth transmission. Decent gas mileage. Averaged 27.3 mpg over 56K miles.
Toyota needs to watch quality control at its Kentucky assembly plant, build quality is far from the "legendary Toyota quality" of old. Better stock tires.