The 2 factors in buying the auto were the name and 0% interest for 60 months.
Within a week I'd had the vehicle back to thedealer twice(rain or snow coming off the roof when door opened, blind spots when vehicles pass,and then theres the transmission.)
I'm 62 and have driven many vehicles but none like this.
The tranny is always seeking a gear,
it without warning downshifts at 40 mph, it drifts back on a hill when your changing from braking to acceleration,
it revs to approx 5000rpm before engaging the tranny on a fast getaway and forget cruising thru the country at 25 to 30 miles and hour.
And after reading your reviews today I find it's not my imaginationwhen I hear something rollin
or clunking in the trunk.
I've filed papers with the Feds, NTSB, Toyota, and the dealer(Washington Toyota.
The last time ended in a heated argument when they said my wife and I were different sizes
as drivers so it takes a while for the computer to clear and run correctly.
Lastly I can't believe that you have a large number of entries saying that the Toyota Camry is the greatest invention since sliced bread.
Could it be that agents of the corporation are posting these reviews?
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