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When I needed to buy a car in '92, I wanted to buy a car that I would be able to keep for as long as possible. I've no desire whatsoever to be driving fancy new cars every year, I much prefer to have a dependable car that will start up every morning without fail, one that would not make me spend my life in the repair shop.

That's why I bought the Camry. I liked how it looked, but more importantly, I liked the record and the reports I read in every review.

Almost 8 years later, I'm still driving the car, and it's never let me down. I only have 52K miles on it now, but I've done nothing more than change the oil regularly, replaced the front brakes, and bought a new set of tires.

I'm hoping to keep this car for many more years, and when the time comes to replace it, I think I'll be getting another Camry.

...but I still am...

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