2005 Toyota CamryWilliam Kennedy - ATKINSON, NH06/11/2016
I bought my Camry with 5000 miles on it 11 years ago. It has great acceleration for a 4 cylinder and great on gas. I have only changed tires and oil as well as put my first set of front brakes at 93,000. It has 205,000 miles on it and runs as good as it did at 5000. I highly recommend this car and I plan on driving for another 2 years and give to my son.
2014 Toyota CamryJayne Brandt - Baton rouge, LA01/23/2016
Be sure to check the standard features before you buy. I knew I wasn't getting GPS & other add ons but I did expect it to have the basics that my 15 year old Maxima had - like key fob door opening & automatic lights off. Very frustrating to lack these basics b
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 The infotainment is simple but a bit outdated and I wish Carplay was available.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.
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Published on Friday, August 17, 2018
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