I bought 2014 Camry L at $ 17,888. It's really cheap for the value. It's very comfortable, and smooth. I had 2004 Camry for 5 years, But this 2014 model is much better 2004 model at every aspect.
Honda Accord is over 21,000 dollars even they sell on sale price.
Only one thing I am no satisfied with the Camry is MPG.
In town, I got around 26 MPG even though I drive very conservatively, and softly.
with my old 2004 Camry I had have 29 - 30 MPG in town even though EPA mileage of 2004 (20 town/ 29 highway).
But the 2014 Camry EPA mileage (25 town/ 35 highway). But I drive only around 400 miles in town.
Of course, in highway I got very high MPG (40 MPG in HWY).
Engine, interior quality and display, the exterior color (Cosmic Gray Mica Pearl, it is extremely pretty).
the cheap price
MPG (in town),
should have automatic door & trunk lock in L trim.
should have alloy wheels in L trim.
When I drove 6 hours in interstate highway, I got 42 MPG, and car consumed only half of tank. and I bought it on $ 5,200 discount !!!
in town driving, even though I put the accel pedal very softly, I get 27-28 MPG, because here we have a lot of hills. But in highway, it is quite different.
I had highway mpg of 26 on my 2013 camry. I was very upset. For 6 months I keep thinking this is the worst purchase. Horrible time. Went on internet. Every one saying 42????????? But after 6 months on first service, I showed to service center. They did something. I am getting 31 (40% city
60% highway). I dont know how good is this.
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