2005 Toyota CamryJohn Doe - White Plains, NY03/19/2016
I've had a '96 Accord, '03 Accord, '07 Civic, '05 4cyl LE Camry, '05 6cyl XLE Camry, '05 4cyl XLE Camry cloth seats. 05 4cyl has a timing chain which does not need to be changed. 05 6cyl has a timing belt which does obviously need a change and it an expensive job.
Do your homework as far as how many owners, former smoker car,accidents,fooding etc... With that done the 05'06 Camrys are amazing basic transportation vehicles. No car is everything. However, even the 4cyl '05 Camry has PLENTY of punch when needed. It is a pleasure to drive in the most basic way. Probably not for mega driving enthusiasts. However, if you don't like headaches and are often in your "second home" (lol) the 2005 Camry can and has been great for me!
Won't drive anything but a Toyota
2014 Toyota CamryJane Hoelscher - Jonesboro, GA12/12/2015
I bought my first Camry in 1983 in Springfield, Missouri. I grew up in Detroit my parents always buying a Ford, Chrysler or GM product and they were always in the shop. Toyota makes a car that is basically maintence free. My husband was a Drill Sergeant in the Army and my car was my responsibility with my children. I needed a worry free car, that would always be super dependable and reliable! Now, that's all I drive! Get your oil changes, tire rotations, basic up keeps according to
manufacturer schedule and your car will last for ever! You will not be disappointed!! Con, wise There aren't any!
2013 Toyota CamryMutwakil Hassan - Durham, NC01/08/2017
It's the best car I ever had, I'm loyal to all small engine cars, versa, accent, corella but this my fist time to jump to 2.5 engine.. the reason for that I drive 60 mile for work.
This car gives me all The power I need @if I don't pay attention I could easily drive or the highway speed limit because of power and stability.
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