Great car, competitive pricing compared to other places.
2014 Toyota CamryWonda - Laurel, MD01/29/2015
Camry's are good vehicles overall. It has a lot of power and comfortable.
Unfortunately when I purchased the car, we noticed the tire was low, they put air in it, but then later the tire pressure light came on. So it must have been a tire with a leak and we were not aware.
Love it. 6 cy and still got 31 mph to beach.
2014 Toyota CamryRoger Tripp - Lexington, NC09/12/2016
Great car. Practically new when purchased. Only 14500 miles and it was a 2014. All the whistles and bells it is an XLE with 6 cy. and I get over 31 mph on hey. Trunk is as big as my trade in Acura RL with plenty of room for all my golf gear and for luggage when no golf. Stereo system is great with Siriusxm.
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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