It's a beautiful car.Engine runs
quietly and smoothly.Except riding is
too rough(compared w/my 2000 camry xle
v6).Tranmission hesitated to shift
when I stepped on the gas pedal.2nd
gear to 3rd unsmoothly.Good value car
(out the door cost just over 23k).Nice
Riding is rough but stable.Car is real
fast .Good engine.Huge
trunk.Handsome ,eye catching look.
Needs a better tranmission.And Better
suspension.Needs a cover for the open
pocket that located under the climate
control.Needs a good brake as 2000
I've owned three Toyotas, one of which
was a Camry bought new in 1991. All
three were driven well over 130,000
miles.All three provided unbelievable
comfort, reliability and fuel
mileage.The 91 Camry was sold at
201,000 miles with the ONLY repairs to
original parts being both front struts
after 170,000!! Our 2004 Camry LE 4cyl.
has just 5,000 miles on it, but it has
no rattles, appears to be even better
made, is averaging over 30 mpg. in
mixed driving and rides as well or
better than previous Lexus, Infinity
and Cadillac luxury cars I've driven.
And the build quality, quietness,
interior space and cargo area either
match or exceed them as well.
Eight-way power adjustable seat,
quietness, fuel economy and real
interior space for 5 adults.
16" wheels should be standard on LE.
Would like door lights on interior of
all 4 doors like Honda Accord has done
The car has a very nice ride solid
feel, roomie, and alot of comfort
inside. And the full economy the best.
Power is very good for a 4 cyl. I'll
never buy a ford agian. The thing is
the car has only 1,200 Mil. on it at
this time. The Dealer was helpful as
was the salesman. We had been to the
ford dealer around the corner, to find
that they added 10,000.00 to the MSRP
of a Ranger. So I went to Precision
and pick up a Camry and a Tacoma.
40,000.00 latter I see why Ford is #3
in the world they need to be #4 or 5.
Full, Ride, Comfort, JBL sound,
Side end curtain air bags as a
standerd would make this car sale even