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Tried the rear seat in the new Camry and I can’t believe how low it is. This is what happens when you take a meme too seriously I guess. They have managed to increase interior volume, yes but at the cost of ground clearance and head room for rear passengers. The Camry has lost an inch off both the roofline and ground…
First I want to premise that this post is for the me of 4 years ago. 4 years ago I wasn’t in my mind very mechanically inclined. Up until that point I had only ever changed my own oil. Not that I am much of a mechanic now; but I am 100x more confident now than I was then. I owe most of that confidence to this blog.…
A semi tractor trailer traveling southbound on US-59 through Sugar Land, Texas somehow flipped over the guardrail of an overpass and fell on top of a Toyota Camry yesterday. There were no serious injuries to report, thus earning Toyota a customer FOR LIFE.
LOL Toyota ... first you try to convince us that the new tarted-up Camry is a “sport sedan” instead of a beige appliance. Then you tout all the safety features in the video but ... oh no! Nothing like pulling blindly out from behind an RV on a narrow forest road into the oncoming lane!
I was just about to throw a brick through this car’s window while screaming something about Pearl Harbor, when all of a sudden a sticker changed my mind. You got lucky, Camry.
Despite the Camry hate here I have to report that I really like mine. It’s roomy and comfortable and inexpensive to operate and reliable. Two of my big complaints is on my SE 4 cylinder is that the TPMS shows you the individual tire pressures but not the location of the tire. My other complaint is that when I have a…
“Holistically, though, there’s no comparison. The Accord is more comfortable, spacious, and luxurious than the Camry. It’s quieter, rides and handles better, and drives more elegantly. It offers superior technology with a more user-friendly interface. Simply put, Toyota built a better Camry, but Honda built a better…
Inspired by the FP post this morning: what would your three-car dream garage would look like if ONLY Camries were allowed (no, the Avensis and
Aurion [JUST KIDDING THE AURION COUNTS NOW] don’t count.) Here’s mine:
The Camry LE life chose him.
I went to a Toyota dealer for a Rav4 that was getting leather. That dealer had a white ‘18 Camry XSE on the showroom floor. It had the red interior. Honestly, I didn’t hate it. It looks like it’s pointed directly at a segment of the market that says “I like the Maxima, but it’s not quite ostentatious enough.”
I think he meant 1996, not 98. But damn if this one doesn’t look nice. Much sexier in red or black, but come on folks: CAMRY. SE. COUPE.
Calling it now, and its only June.
Both front corners were dented/cracked. I’d have taken a pic of the rear, but the bumper (you can kinda see) back there was MISSING.
Camry XV30 like this.
Although, in my defense, I didn’t know he was thinking about it when we made that turn. It just delayed me more and got him nowhere fast, but whatever.
Perfect Camry wagon.
SV21 Toyota Camry