Just purchased a used 2007 Camry. I really believe that most of these negative reviews are lies on this site. My car is smooth and well built and drives like a dream. I am very happy with the first 1000 miles.
Clutch blew out on the highway at 50,000 miles. Toyota dealer refused to honor "powertrain" warranty. Brakes wore out far too early. Security system is a major pain. Now, battery died at 55,000 miles. Car is a maintenance nightmare - everything is too expensive to fix. Would never buy another Toyota!
Mp3 player standard. Volume controls on steering wheel. Fold-down rear seats opens to trunk.
Make the so-called security system optional. Improve quality of parts.
The car has run outstandingly well from the day I bought it. There's been no mechanical or noise problems with it. I'd highly recommend anyone buy this car if they are seeking an affordable, comfortable, reliable vehicle.
Manual transmission, design inside and out and the spacious feeling in the vehicle.
Make the seats a little more comfortable for long distance driving.
Thus far it is the best car I have ever owned. It has the look and feel of a much more expensive car. It has a substantial big car feel. The interior is roomy, the ride is smooth and solid and yet it has excellent gas mileage. This is a well thought out and well executed vehicle.
Smooth manual transmission that competes well with much more expensive cars.
The '07 Camry is a great car for the money. The interior is large, the controls are well placed and simple. The ride is quiet and comfortable. This is not the fastest car on the road if you are looking for 0-60, but it accelerates just fine. I have the 4 cylinder with manual transmission. My car was built in Kentucky with 75% North American part content. I have had zero issues, except the hesitation when accelerating that everyone is complaining about. This is easy to fix - I took mine to the dealer, and 35 minutes later, it was fixed. It is just a simple engine control computer reprogramming.
Comfort, great fuel MPG, size.
Occasionally, when the sun angle is just right, the gauges are a little difficult to read.
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