2012 Toyota CamryMarko Phillips - Hilliard, OH02/01/2017
Well through the past years I have owned Pontiacs but it was time for me something New and different. So I went to my favorite dealership and the first car I saw was a 2012 Toyota camery SE It was fully loaded with the price to match. As soon as I sat in this car is knew it was everything I wanted in a new car .moonroof jbl sound system comfortable leather and cloth seats. Heated as well. The gas mileage is just fantastic I can't say enough about my new camery . Black on black with detailed stripes. I'm so very satisfied. I would recommend buying a Camery to everyone who is looking for comfort, style, economy thanks Toyota for making my dream car.
2011 Toyota CamryJulia Romero - San Diego, CA01/06/2017
All Camrys in my opinion are incredibly reliable cars. I had a 2002 before getting the 2011 and I would've stayed in my 2002 much longer had I not been in an accident. The only complaint I have about the 2011 is that the sun visor on the drivers side broke about a month after I bought it. Apparently this is a problem on all 2007-2011 Camrys.
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
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