I purchased my 2011 Camry LE on Jan 6,2011. I Paid $20,500. I have the Bluetooth and Window tint and Aluminum wheels. I travel primary highway miles at 130 miles round trip per day. I have now filled up 3 times and as I average my fuel, it has been consistant with 31mpg highway. I do not do very much city driving. I drive 73Mph with cruise everyday to work.
The car handles well, saying it has the 4cyl w/auto transmission. It is pretty comfortable to drive the distance I do to and from work. I have plenty of head room and the children in the back say they sit comfortable. My wfie sat in the back seat at the height of 5'5" and had no complaints. She really enjoys the car when she gets to driv
The car is comfortable for long trips as I am consistantly driving on the highway. The car handles well in both rain and while dry. The seats are comfortableand enterior for the most part I have no major complaints on. The bluetooth sytem could be a little more user friendly with some updated features. I have an old parrt system in my truck and it blows the doors off of toyotas system.
Too complicated, install an aftermarket system for the same $399 price Toyota charges and get a better quality system.
There are only a few things that major improvments need to be done to make this car an excellent choice for my next purchase.
1) The wind noise coming from the firewall is to loud, especially when behind another vehile. It sounds like a jet engine in front of you.
2) Upgrade the bluetooth sytem with more upto date feature and make it more user friendly.
3) Door handles on inside need to relocate to a better position as you can not comfortable rest your arm on the door handle as in most other vehicle.
4) The inside door close handles position make it difficult to open and close the windows as you must remove your arm from the armrest and go around it at an angle to use the window contr
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