Bought this Camry new in June 2009.Has the 2.5 engine. It has 24400 miles. It has developed a clatter in the engine. I had a mechanic look at it and he said it sounded like the timing chain. He did some research and found several tech bulletins relating to timing chains and engine noise. This was my first Toyota and will be my last. Repair was estimated to be $1000.Not gonna happen.
Better shifting transmission and more reliable engine.
I have a camry 2010 LE 2.5L
i slapped on michelin primacy mxv4 tires, what a difference, like riding on a cloud, only had to do oil changes, change brake pads, rotors, nothing else !!
it is a 2010 model so comparing it to 2013 and 2014 models the interior and exterior is lacking but overall i am satisfied with this car, as it provides decent mpg and has ample room for my friends and family, can drive it for many many more years to come
the smooth acceleration
the soft suspension
obviously exterior and interior needs refinements and clearly it is there when i visit a toyota dealership to check out the latest models, it is a worlds difference comparing 2010 to 2014 and soon 2015 camry models
This is my first Toyota and I bought the Camry based on Toyota's quality reputation.
I now regret the purchase.
I have experienced the following pre-mature repairs:
At 32k miles I had to replace all four tires.
At 40k miles I had to replace all four struts because they were leaking.
I also had to replace all four suspension links.
At 43.5k miles I had to replace the right rear brake pads.
The outside pad was completely worn out.
When I removed the caliper, I noticed one of the caliper pins barely had any lubrication.
This was causing the pad to remain engage with the rotor and pre-maturely wear out.
The Toyota reputation of quality is undeserved.
When not being repaired, it does have a quiet comfortable ride.
Toyota needs to be competitive with its new vehicle warranty.
It is only 3 year 36k miles.
It should change 10 year 100k miles.
My dad bought me this car when I graduated high school. I got an all white with backup camera and cloth seats. It was great at first because it was my first car and all but that wore off, QUICK! It was recalled for unintended acceleration which dropped its resale value 3 months after I bought it. The bottom of the car would scrape every time I would pull into anyplace including my own drive way which was rediculouslu annoying and ended up havin the bottom drag everywhere I drove which wasn't pleasant. Needless to say, never buying another Camry, EVER
Heighten the front end, a little more power, better gas mileage.
This is my first Toyota.
As time goes on, I am less and less impressed.
At 32k I had to replace my tires. At 40k I had to replace all four struts and all four sway bar links. These are all premature repairs and I expected more from Toyota.
It is a quiet car when not doing repairs.
Suspension needs to upgraded.
Suspension parts should not wear out, leak, etc at 40k miles.