2011 Toyota CamryJulia Romero - San Diego, CA01/06/2017
All Camrys in my opinion are incredibly reliable cars. I had a 2002 before getting the 2011 and I would've stayed in my 2002 much longer had I not been in an accident. The only complaint I have about the 2011 is that the sun visor on the drivers side broke about a month after I bought it. Apparently this is a problem on all 2007-2011 Camrys.
2012 Toyota CamryCathy Fletcher - Fresno, CA01/10/2016
This is the nicest car we've ever owned. Has all the bells and whistles you could ask for. Rides beautifully. Very secure and safe. Luxurious inside and out. Looked like a brand new car when we purchased it. Outside had no scratches and no dents. Perfect mint condition. Inside the same way. It still had a new car smell to it.
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2013 Toyota CamryHeather S. - Waxhaw, NC09/01/2016
Cons: Consistently 21 mpg fuel economy with city/hwy being 50/50 which isn't great in my opinion. Does NOT have rear-view camera on touch screen. Touch screen is very, very minimal and nothing to brag about. Have to physically click the unlock button on the key fob to enter vehicle. Cannot have different temperature settings between driver and passenger. (All of these cons are fixed in 2015 model and ofcourse hybrid version. for fuel economy. I've owned both. My 2015 Hybrid Camry LE totaled)
Pros: Does have wireless, bluetooth cellphone capability and touch screen accesses contacts, a customized speed dial, recent call history and make/answer phone calls! Has an adjustable lumbar support on driver seat. Large trunk AND large cabin.
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