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.
Excellent basic car.
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!
So far, so good.
2012 Toyota CamryTammy M - Sacramento, CA03/23/2016
The V6 is wonderful when I need to avoid accidents with bad drivers. The turning radius is awesome for parallel parking. I average 19.2 mpg driving city and freeway. When I just drive freeway, I average 21.1 mpg. I think that's good mpg for a V6. I have a lot of blind spots. It is difficult to see clearly enough to change lanes.
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