I wanted a vehicle that was reliable, mildly sporty, and good-looking. The first thing that came to mind was the Accord, but I didn't find it visually appealing, and it was a bit large for me. I liked the previous generation Accord better. So the next best choice was the Camry SE. Considering Toyota's reputation for quality and reliability, this seemed to be a good choice. The car handles well and the suspension is firm, but not too harsh. So far (at 3,600 miles), I've had no major issues. However, the interior is plagued with intermittent minor ticking/clicking/rattling sounds whenever I'm on less than perfect pavement. The interior fit and finish is also disappointing.
JBL Audio System, XM Radio, Bluetooth, SE styling, USB and iPod connectivity, Fog lights.
Improve on interior quality by rectifying the interior rattles and ticking noises.
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