2017 Toyota CamryT Hart - Signal Hill, CA11/20/2016
There's a reason the Camry is #1. It's not exciting, nor is it cutting-edge, but does everything you need it to, and does it well. Ride is smooth and quiet, everything is easy to use (controls are straightforward), interior is very spacious - can easily fit 4-5 people, baby car seats, luggage, etc. Love the power driver seat and leatherette trim in the SE. The infotainment is simple but a bit outdated and I wish Carplay was available. Projected reliability is high and 2 years free maintenance is a nice bonus. Overall, for the price, the value of a Camry can't be beat.
2007 Toyota CamryGlenda Pinckard - Chattanooga, TN07/02/2015
Just got it but it smells like a new car. Under the hood the engine is very clean. I think it will become my best friend and I know I will enjoy it. Won't have to worry about car repairs every week or two. It will get more miles to the gallon than my last car. Very smooth riding. I have only been on the interstate one time, but the ride was wonderful.
2011 Toyota CamryLaura Mazucca - palm harbor, FL10/09/2016
I have been an owner of Toyota's for 12 years (Scion, Highlander and now my Camry.) They are reliable as long as you keep up the maintenance My 2005 Highlander didn't start showing major issues until well after 150K miles, keep in mind this was an Ohio vehicle so it's life was spent in many months on end of horrible road conditions, snow, ice, salt & pot holes.
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