2007 Toyota CamryJanice Brubaker - Mechanicsville, VA10/24/2016
I've had this car for 4 months and have had nothing but problems. It's been in the shop a couple of times because it jerks and sputters. AC had a problem and it burns oil worse then my 2002 Camry did. I should have kept that one at least it had almost 200K miles on it before the oil started burning and it started having issues. The quality of this car is not as good as my old 2002. I would not recommend this car to anyone!!
Pleased so far
2014 Toyota CamryKeith Clayton - Fairfax, VA04/21/2017
I did a lot of research on the Toyota Camry prior to my purchase and based on numerous positive reviews by customers and JD Powers decided this was the car that would best suit my needs. I ended up with a 2014 Camry LE which came with just 9,080 miles on it and was a fair price. It had all the features that I needed like back-up camera, two 12 volt charging stations, attractive interior, low mileage, great safety features, reliable and decent gas mileage.
So far I have no cons. This is a very comfortable and fun car to drive and is easy to see out of. No blind spots like I encountered on my previous car. I am confident it will be easy to maintain as well. Camrys have a great track record.
I would highly recommend this car!
So far, so good.
2012 Toyota CamryTammy M - Sacramento, CA03/23/2016
The V6 is wonderful when I need to avoid accidents with bad drivers. The turning radius is awesome for parallel parking. I average 19.2 mpg driving city and freeway. When I just drive freeway, I average 21.1 mpg. I think that's good mpg for a V6. I have a lot of blind spots. It is difficult to see clearly enough to change lanes.
Toyota Camry Overview
One of the best-selling cars in the last decade, the Toyota Camry is a household name available as a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback. From the beginning, the Camry's comfortable ride, quiet interior, good gas mileage, and affordability has a strong following of U.S. buyers.
Toyota Camry History
The Toyota Camry debuted in 1982 and quickly gained popularity around the United States. The long-standing nameplate consists of two car sizes: compact and midsize. The compact Toyota Camry was produced from 1983 through 2003, while the midsize Toyota Camry continues production to this day.
How It Drives
The Toyota Camry provides a smooth, quiet ride for up to four passengers. It's spacious and fuel efficient, making the Camry ideal for daily commutes. Both body types operate similarly - commendable performance, but this car should be purchased for its efficiency rather than power. With a comfortable interior, the Toyota Camry is well-suited for commutes and carpools.
Used Toyota Camry Value
Primarily prized due to its sturdy build and affordability, the Camry offers many features and attributes consumers seek, such as roomy cabins and comfortable rides. The Toyota Camry fits best into the lifestyle of a daily commuter due to its stellar fuel efficiency.
Toyota Camry Standard Features
The base Toyota Camry includes a 2.4L four-cylinder engine on its base model with an optional upgrade to 3.5L V6 engine available as well. It's always paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. The Toyota Camry also comes with a wide variety of feature packages and trim levels to better fit specific wants and needs of modern car buyers.
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