After looking at the Accord and out of reach Maxima, the Camry was the logical choice. I opted for the LE V-6. The Accord has more ponies but is a sohc engine compared to the Toyo's dohc. In addition, the Honda cost $3000 more. And their interior is less insulated from road noise. The Camry's 3.0 V6 is strong and feels effortless. You'll go up to freeway speed in no time. The 5 speed auto is very smooth, barely perceptible. Ergonomics are very driver friendly. 15 inch wheels with Continental tires. You'll save gas and money with the 4 cylinders base model, however, I would strongly recommend you to go for the base V6 LE. You get an extra 40+ ponies to pass those 18 wheelers.
Overhead flip down sunglasses compartment, side hooks for your grocery bags, and of course the silky smooth V6 engine. Toyo's legendary reliability.
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