After owning only "Detroit manufactured" cars for many years (I previously worked for GM and later Ford), I finally broke down and bought a reliable, competent vehicle which, however, is not all that exciting. For my retirement car, I thought I couldn't do better than the Camry. So far, very pleasant to drive, good feel of the road, well-executed, even if unexciting, styling. You can't go wrong with Camry.
Nice looking, even if unexciting; good reliability, good mileage, 6 speed X- mission is good, and lots of pep with the 6-cylinder engine.
Some of the steering wheel controls are non-intuitive; cruise control has to be turned on each time you start the car; driver's seat could be a bit deeper.
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