I have to honestly say with 21300 miles and 3 yrs. I did
not have any problems with this car. Including the door switches. I was upset with the recall in 09 after only having the vehicle a month.
Also, dealership in San Antonio and Toyota would not credit me $150 for maintenance due to 2 yr program which began 2 mns after I leased it.
So, I leased another, 2012 Camry L at another dealership for about the same price from 3 yrs ago. Same gray ext and ash interior. Sales manager at Alamo was straight forward and knownlegeable.
LE has many more features than the L. Key-less entry.
read outs such as outside temp, mileage visible at all times. 2012
L - you have to "push" the button for "each" one.
Problem is you have to pay almost $1000 more for "convenience.
Second Camry with terrible "dashboard glare".
"clock" was and is the problem in the 12 model too. Re position the clock "off"
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