I recently drove my grandmothers camry on a 800 mile round trip road trip with 4 adults and a trunk full of stuff.
At first, I was worried about the power because we were going to be going up and down mountains all day, but there were no problems.
Even up the steepest grades, no power was lost and it even stayed in overdrive.
A majority of the time the car was pushing 80, and the ride was very relaxing with no road noise and responsive steering.
It was a very comfortable car to ride in and the trip average was 30mpg both ways.
The car has 68,000 miles and the only thing that was ever replaced were tires, brakes (65,000 miles) and a steering bushing.
Full size spare tire, big trunk, fuel-efficient peppy engine, effortless steering, visibility, reliability.
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