I have been a loyal Toyota driver for the last 20 years. The 2007 Camry is first Toyota Lemon I have owned. First year the O2 sensor failed. The air bag covers fall off and need to be reattached regularly. The ignition coil had to be replaced year 3. All day project to change spark plugs. Rear seatbelt failed year 1. Sun visor attached by thin brittle plastic housing, failed year 3. In winter driving the car disables steering to keep you safe if you enter a slide. I prefer to have steering. I would like to sell mine, but I would feel like I was taking advantage of the person buying it.
V6 power is great (when the car is working).
Lots of room in the back seat. I have two teenage sons who fit comfotably.
Need to be able to access common service areas.
Some quality checks on interior molding parts or functional test on electrical components would be nice.
Air bag locations and size create large blind spots that make the car more dangerous in high traffic areas.
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