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Greeting Fools:

I am looking at the left-over 2000 model Toyota Camry LE, 4 cyl, automatic, ABS, driver power seat.

asking price ~ 20k.

Any comments from current or ex Camry owners are greatly appreciated.

tonyle
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Might be tough finding one. Better jump on it. Try the internet services or do a faxathon.
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Greeting Fools:

I am looking at the left-over 2000 model Toyota Camry LE, 4 cyl, automatic, ABS, driver power seat.

asking price ~ 20k.

Any comments from current or ex Camry owners are greatly appreciated.

tonyle


Hi tonyle!

I'm jealous!

Oh sure, I know...I had said how I've no interest in buying a new car, and that's true, but still, you're talking Camry here, and a new one, at that.

As a Camry owner, it's by far the best car I've ever owned. I love mine. It's a '92, and I've never had a single problem with it. Other than regular maintenance, new brakes, and tires, I've not put any money into this car.

When I bought this car new in '92, I paid about $20K then. It sounds to me like you're getting a great deal.

I do feel certain that when the time comes for me to buy again, I'll be buying Toyota once again, and focussing on the Camry.

Good luck with your decision!

Tony
...but I still am...

Off2Aruba
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I don't know your market but that seems high. Why don't you go with the CE model 5 speed. Should have more power, than an automatic four banger. Out the door price should not be over 17 k. Good luck, SBA
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First let me say that I think it's very important for everyone to drive whatever makes them happy.

Second, let me say good luck on finding the Camry of your dreams.

Third, let me opine that the Camry is perhaps one of the most bland, dull, and souless cars ever produced.

I love cars, but I see a Camry/Malibu/Taurus/Accord, and all I see is an appliance on wheels.

5Speed
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Third, let me opine that the Camry is perhaps one of the most bland, dull, and souless cars ever produced.
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Monsieur would prefer something on the order of an Aston Martin Vanquish perhaps?

Raggmopp
(I know I would)

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Third, let me opine that the Camry is perhaps one of the most bland, dull, and souless cars ever produced.

Well people say they are what they drive, so I guess with me, it's a perfect fit! :-)

Tony
...but I still am...

Off2Aruba
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Oh, I don't want to imply that I'm picky; the Vanquish seems to have plenty of spring in its step. I'm thinking more in the direction of the Lotus Exige or AC Superblower. If I have to shop in town, though, the new M3 or Z06 Corvette will suffice.

I mean, we're not all cut out for Camrys ;)

5Speed
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I mean, we're not all cut out for Camrys
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Well, if I lived in say Barstow and worked in Las Vegas then a supercar makes some sense. Otherwise a Camry is fine (same with an Accord). According to the most recent article in Automobile the M3 won't let you use all of the revs until everything is properly warmed up. Talk about Deux ex machina.

'Mopp
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