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 The infotainment is simple but a bit outdated and I wish Carplay was available.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.
2012 Toyota CamryLawrence Brown - North Chicago, IL12/14/2015
While the Toyota Camry appears to be a decent car. I find the cabin noise. I think the body is quality is fairly sound. Water drips into the car if it has been snowing or raining as thought there isn't a good run-off design. The interior seats dirty pretty easily and apparently challenging to clean.I think it gets decent mileage and overall it is a good car. The one I purchased had some issues based on it being a used vehicle.
Features and specs
2013 Toyota CamryHeather S. - Waxhaw, NC09/01/2016
Cons: Consistently 21 mpg fuel economy with city/hwy being 50/50 which isn't great in my opinion. Does NOT have rear-view camera on touch screen. Touch screen is very, very minimal and nothing to brag about. Have to physically click the unlock button on the key fob to enter vehicle. Cannot have different temperature settings between driver and passenger. (All of these cons are fixed in 2015 model and ofcourse hybrid version. for fuel economy. I've owned both. My 2015 Hybrid Camry LE totaled)
Pros: Does have wireless, bluetooth cellphone capability and touch screen accesses contacts, a customized speed dial, recent call history and make/answer phone calls! Has an adjustable lumbar support on driver seat. Large trunk AND large cabin.
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