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it's a toyota by titomiki on 05/04/2011. Trim: 2010 Toyota Camry LE 6-Spd AT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: great car. Just needs oil and gas.
Overall review: nothing wrong with the car but the dealers try to rip you off.
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Can't go wrong with this auto by An MSN Autos Consumer on 11/15/2012. Trim: 2010 Toyota Camry LE 6-Spd AT, Owned 2 years.
Pros: If you treat it right right, It returns the favor.
Cons: On the LE models .The passenger seat is to low for smaller travelers.
Overall review: Great friend of the family, Styling gets alot of looks when washed. Color selection and trim has variables that are standard on the SE. Holds its value.
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"My Camrys' named the Chameleon" by Shorty on 10/14/2012. Trim: 2010 Toyota Camry LE 6-Spd AT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: The acceleration from the 4 cylinder really surprises me. 34 MPG on highway.Handles great after new tires. Clock is easy to change time. Hazard lights button is right on dash, not on the steering wheel. Nice sound system. Like the automatic headlight feature. Having the extra protection with a side curtain and bag, if ever a crash should occur. Heating/cooling ducts for the backseat passengers.
Cons: Brakes squeak. Tire pressure sensors already having to replace.
Overall review: I really enjoy driving my Camry. After changing over to a better set of tires, my Camry handles great around curves and corners. I like the performance of the 4 cylinder. Under the hood, you have easy access to hoses, belts and the battery.
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2nd Camry - Fuel Efficient - Recommended by An MSN Autos Consumer on 07/11/2010. Trim: 2010 Toyota Camry SE 6-Spd AT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: Acceleration, braking, styling. The cup holders are spaced far enough apart that you can place two large cups in the cup holders. iPod accessory, excellent gas mileage. I get between 35 and 40 MPG highway. Mid 20's city. Body is durable. Seats while cloth are comfortable and not too stiff. So far I am really being spoiled my the Smart Key system. It's nice to pull the door handle and the car unlocks for you, and opening the trunk without having to get out the key or pulling a lever. Of course those are available if needed. Traction control is good. Sport pedals. (no recall) Interior looks nice, and the SE's dashboard really looks nice at night.
Cons: Interior quality, while good, has some places where it's lacking. There are a few minor interior rattles, and the strip surrounding the moonroof is not good at all. Several times, I've accidentally pulled the strip off instead of pulling the moonroof handle. I would have thought it should at least be glued on, so you can't accidentally pull it off. Paint while it looks nice looks like it could be taken off easily. There are a few tiny specks of paint that have flaked off of the front bumper. Low ground clearance, but that's to be expected on the SE trim. The location of the iPod connector. I just leave an iPod sync cable attached to it, so I don't have to plug it in all the time.
Overall review: I'm coming from a '93 Camry XLE V6. There's no longer a need for a V6. This car has as much acceleration as the old Camry's V6 did, while getting 35-40MPG highway. In the 9 months I've had this Camry, it's gone through lots of snow - even snow higher than the clearance of the car, and it pushes through it pretty easily. Just went on a 300-mile round-trip this weekend and hit a bird going 60MPH. No damage to the car's bumper. I also enjoy the remote start that I had added as part of the deal with buying the car. The interior needs a few minor improvements, and the paint could be a bit more durable (the body itself is durable), but all in all, a good car.This is the first time I have purchased a new car, and all in all, I don't regret it. Cost of insurance is surprisingly good. My old Camry is at 122,000 miles currently and still going. If you get the SE, just make sure you're careful not to park the front over a curb or you will scrape the underside. Recommended.
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Wrong choice bad choice go buy chevy or honda by travis houston texas on 05/27/2010. Trim: 2010 Toyota Camry LE 6-Spd AT, Owned 1 year.
Pros: really nothing i like about vehicle regret it now buying it
Cons: everything biggest issue is the recall and tire monitor system is a issues and i m totally not satisfied i bought toyota my whole life and now i m never going to buy a toyota again you can get double the car in chevy for the price i paid for it i paid 23000 and now its worth 13000 for owning it less then 6 month and less than 6000 miles not what i expected from toyota way over price for what you gettin you just paying for name believe me buy a chevy car is making weired noises when it is started up and tires and whole car seems to break apert in 6000 miles
Overall review: i m done with toyota i m in market currently to buy a 8 passenger vehicle i will not buy toyota thats for sure i was extremely dissapointed with the price i paid becaus ei bought in oct of 09 and now i think american car would have more optons but similar value as far as resale go gm toyota claims its japanese not anymore its made in america japan days are over for toyota toyotally not happy with toyota xo confort no styling no mean look regret it very much makin purchase of this car warrenty is nonsense chevy 5 years 100k toyota only 5 years 60k biggest thing is the dealer whom i bought it from joe myers toyota are one of the worst dealers in houston texas they know how to rip people off if i ever buy a japanese car then its honda best car on planet in forign makes
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