I do not own a Camry, but drove an LE
rental for more than a week. The car
had very few miles on it so it wasn't
abused. Personally, I don't see what
the attraction to Camry is outside of
reliability. For myself, I'd trade a
little reliability for a dash of
excitement. The car is boring, in
styling and in performance. It's well
built, a comfortable cruiser, good for
commutes, but I would never buy one
unless I had to. It's just basic
transportation at a premium. I think
you folks need to shop around and
experience some other brands, unless
driving is not something you like to do.
It reliably gets you from point A to
point B. Comfortable seats, good
How about some style and flair? How
about a good driving EXPERIENCE? For
the price, I don't think that's too
much to ask. People who buy this car
are essentially buying just another
Very dependable, and comfortable.
Traded a 97 Buick Riviera, and the
power is comperable, even with the loss
of cubic inches, and cylinders,
advances in design more than make up
for it. I actually enjoy having 4 doors
again, for ease of entry, and not
having to move for in-laws that travel
with us sometimes. Getting softer, or
lazier as we get older.
Highly recommend the Camry as a daily
driver, and even a road car.
Base model has so many standard
features, we did not even buy extras.
Remote entry, electric windows and
locks, electric left seat, and more.
I think the wheels could be improved,
maybe nicer hub caps, or aluminum
wheels would be even better, but not