2013 Toyota CamryCrystal Butcher - LEXINGTON, SC04/28/2017
The gas mileage is awesome. I love the efficiency light that tells me I'm driving with good efficiency. It has made me a better driver. It is comfortable and I drive alot. It is room and has great trunk space. I can seat my 3 teenage and preteen kids in the backseat.
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.
Love my camry s but the 2017 is so blah
2014 Toyota Camryenoch moon - ellicott city, MD12/12/2016
i have owned 03, 07, 11, 14.5 camry s. i buy them new and trade them in when they hit 90k miles. i'm need to get a new one but the 2017 is so plain. looks like an oversized corolla.
love the camry's , only oil changes, tires and batteries . occasionally brakes. these cars can go and go without major issues and they hold up their value. my 2003 had 213k miles and they still gave me $3500 on the trade in.
if only toyota would restyle the camry, i would trade it in now. might have to hold out for the 2018 and hope for a better design.
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