2007 Toyota Solaralittlepaws - sacramento08/19/2012
This car has the best of both luxury and sporty. Top performance and high qualiity. I'm so glad I waited and made this decision!
2007 Toyota Solara Convertible
2007 Toyota SolaraMarciaMarciaMarcia - Sykesville, MD11/20/2006
I traded in a 2004 version of the same car this summer as the mileage was getting a little high. There were several problems with the 2004 that Toyota addressed in the 2007. It was difficult to see out of the back window when the top is up due to the headrests. In the 2007, Toyota uses headrests that are open in the center. On the 2004, the convertible boot couldn�t be secured tightly and in fact, blew off, one time. In the new model, there are tethers to hold the boot in place. The only downside to the car is the ride over rough payment when the top is up. The car shakes and you can see the rear view mirror shake. However, the ride is greatly improved from the 2004 model. The quality of the materials in the car is superior. I thoroughly enjoy the car and wouldn�t hesitate to recommend it.
Nothing compares to the feeling of the wind whipping your hair back as you cruise in a well-built convertible. Well, almost nothing—the feeling of getting a great deal on your vehicle purchase is definitely a close second. You can enjoy both of these awesome sensations at the same time by selecting a high-quality convertible that sells for less than $20,000.
Want to spend more time enjoying the open road and less time filling up at the pump? These best hybrid cars of 2018 have you covered. Check out our rankings for best hybrid cars based on CarMax vehicle and sales data.
Shopping for a vehicle that will save you time at the pump without making you sacrifice precious space in the process? Our list of the best SUV hybrids (based on sales data from January 1 through June 30) is worth checking to guide you on your search.