2003 Toyota Camry Consumer Review: Problems after 60k

2003 Toyota Camry - Consumer Review

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LE V6 Sedan (3.0L V6 4-speed Automatic)

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Problems after 60k
By charlie from boston on


2003 Toyota Camry LE V6 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)


We bought a Camry after many problems with our 1999 Mitsubishi Gallant. We bought on brand reputation and looks of car. The car ran great until the 36k warranty expired. First thing was that a fuel sensor went bad shortly after warranty expired. $450 Then the paint on the car started to peel.The seatbelts in front have always locked up while driving..Has never drove well in snow and back end tends to swerve in snowy weather. Changed tires because original tires did not grip the road well. Needed new struts at 45k. At 65k the oxygen sensor went and shortly after that the power steering failed. No next time!

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I think that Toyotas quality and brand reputation has dropped. They have loyal customers and now are cutting corners in building great cars. Not as reliable as before and the car is expensive to repair major problems.
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