Vehicle2010 Toyota Camry XLE 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6A)
ReviewI bought this Camry 14 months ago and put almost every mile on it and really baby it. Since before 10,000 miles I started hearing tire noise. After having checked the tire dealer who said I had no warranty,Toyota ck and said the front end and rear alignment were out,I have never had to align a new car EVER.The tires are Bridgestone made for the Camry. This is my umpteenth new car, never have I ever had a problem, lucky me I guess. I traded a 09 corolla with a very similar problem.
Best FeaturesJBL radio, great gas mileage, quiet ride, smart key
Worst Featuresheated seats w/leather add a sub to the JBL like Honda refresh the looks
on 12/13/10 19:17 PM (PST)
My tires started wearing out at 12,000 miles and a check with the dealer and other places indicated that "all" new car tires wear out around 20,000 miles. I don't know whether that is true or not but mine will not make it to 20,000 with regular around town and highway driving. What a crock...and neither Toyota or Bridgestone warrentys the tires. Great car but come on Toyota, put some decent tires on your cars!Report it
on 07/23/11 19:40 PM (PDT)
I had a 1996 Honda Civic Coupe, and I put 90,000 miles on three different brands of tires. Yes, I traded it with 273,000 miles on it, and it still had the original clutch. $12,080 new.Report it
on 08/30/11 09:36 AM (PDT)
Michelin Energy MXV4 came on my 07 and 10, no issues at 30k miles, still good for another 10+Report it
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